11165 Frontage Rd.
Richwood, KY 41094
Phone: (859) 485-4123
Fax: (859) 485-9366
Florence Bowl is an excellent venue for your little one's birthday party. The well-developed bowling alley is equipped with electronic score machines. The staff is attentive and courteous.
South Fork Park is a picturesque neighborhood park. The park covers an area of 42 acre (16 hectare) and is equipped with play areas, picnic units, volleyball court, also bike and walking trail.
Spread across 13 acre (5.26 hectare) of scenic land, Lincoln Woods Park is a relaxing neighborhood park. The park features softball fields, playground, tennis courts, basketball courts and a restroom.
Covered Bridge Park is a cultural and historic park located on West Covered Bridge Drive. The park features walking path and parking facilities.
Walnut Creek Park is a 2.5-acre (1.01) park as a part of Walnut Creek Subdivision. Located on Cedar Wood Circle, the park offers facilities like ball field and spacious play area.
Florence Nature Park is spread over acres of lush green land and offers large picnic and walking areas. The park also has some kid-friendly attractions including Crocodile and Rhino rides.
Be it a professional or a novice, Skate Park is a place for all. Located on the Corner of KY-18 and Ewing Boulevard, the park features many thrilling elements for the skaters, and also offers shelter area, spectator area and parking space.
Stringtown Park is a beautiful recreational area for the entire family. There is a playground as well which remains popular with small kids.
Fox Run Park is a well-laid out park in Florence with a host of amenities including basketball courts and a baseball field. The park is also home to a large playground.
Spread across 183 acres (74.0575 hectares) of land, Doe Run Lake Park is an ideal spot to spend a peaceful day. This park has the beautiful Doe Run Lake, and is known for fishing and boating activities. In addition to this, it features multiple picnic areas, nature trails and hiking activities for your recreation.
Often claimed to be the "birthplace of American paleontology", Big Bone Lick State Park was established on site of an ancient salt lick, which probably lured many animals. Perhaps best known for the wide range of fossils it incorporates, it is home to a 1000-pound (453.5 kilograms) mastodon skull, which occupies a place of honor among all of its displays. Apart from that, the Discovery Trail that's included in the park displays diorama and recreations of many prehistoric animals such as the bison, ground sloth, woolly mammoth and lots more. Apart from the many trails it offers, the Big Bone Lick State Park also includes a campground which finds many takers during pleasant weathers.
Oakbrook Park is a beautiful local park popular for recreational purposes and for family outings. This 3-acre (1.21 hectare) park features volleyball court, picnic units and play area for kids.