Visit the resorted 144 year old home of the Smith-Garrett family
and relive the legacy and lifestyle of this prominent western
Kentucky family. Displaying eight different seasonal
settings, an 1840’s log cabin and Carriage Gift Shop. Open
Tuesday through Saturday 11AM. to 4PM and Sunday 1:30 PM to 4 PM. Located
in downtown Princeton. 304 N Jefferson St.
Calvert Drive In
Bring back the memories of the old days. An old fashion outdoor
drive-in complete with new release movies, popcorn & concessions
every Saturday night.
Go-carts, 18 hole miniature golf, bumper cars, museum, arcade &
gifts. Open daily 1 p.m. Memorial Day to Labor Day. Open
weekends in May & September. 3390 US Highway 68 E. Benton.
Kentucky Dam & Visitor’s
Center (270) 362-4221
See the inner workings of this huge structure. Learn how these
massive turbines generate electricity and watch the lock & dam in
Kentucky Dam Riding Stables
Take a guided trail through the woodlands. Great fun for the
Country Music show, The Campbell family took the Branson, Mo.
Music show concept and brought it to Kentucky in 1988. Show times
are Saturday night all year, Friday night June to August &
December 8:00 p.m. The theater is new, air-conditioned, wheelchair
accessible. Seats 500 and is open year-round. 88 Chilton Rd. off
of Highway 641 in Draffenville.
Land Between The Lakes
Information (270) 924-5602
With over 170,000 acres of outdoor recreation, including hiking,
biking, off-highway & horseback trails. Woodlands Nature Station,
The Homeplace Living History Farm, Golden Pond Planetarium, The
Elk & Bison Prairie & more.
Maggie’s Jungle Golf &
Jungle Run (270) 362-8933
Putt-putt at its best! Gaze at a life-size elephant or sit by a
water stream and plan your strategy. Ride in an open Safari Car.
There are covered bridges, live animals, shuffleboard, nature
trails, plan a field Trip and lunch in the picnic area large
enough for groups. Bring your camera! Open Daily 10:00 a.m.
Memorial Day to Labor Day, Weekends after April out of season.
Located on Hwy 641 near Kentucky Dam.
Patti’s 1880 Settlement
Besides the fine dining at Patti’s 1880’s and Mr. Bills
restaurants, the Patti’s Settlement holds one of a kind gift
shops, acres of beautiful gardens, woodland miniature golf and
arcade, fun for all ages as well as the famous water wheel,
wedding chapel and more. Open every day: Reservations are
recommended Located in Grand Rivers at the northern entrance to
Land Between The Lakes.
Traders Mall Flea Market &
Bingo (270) 898-3144
All kinds of antiques and collectables. Open Saturday and Sunday
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Twin Lakes Antique Mall (270)
Open year round, seven days a week, Twin Lakes Antique Mall is
home of western Kentucky’s largest mall for antiques, collectables
and gifts. 6953 US Highway 641.
Venture River Water Park
Hurricane Bay wave pool, the “Cliffhanger”, 5 body slides, 2 tube
slides, Cyclone, Old Man River, 2 kiddie pools, concessions and
more. Open Memorial Day to Labor Day. 280 Park Place, Eddyville
off of Highway 62.
Wranglers Stables (270) 924-2211(Wranglers Camp)
Guided horseback trail rides through the woodland area of the Land
Between the Lakes.
ACTIVITIES IN THE PADUCAH
(Approx. 30 miles from Moors Resort)
History comes alive in downtown Paducah. Visit the Flood Wall
Murals, Market House Square, Museum of The National Quilters
Society. With a variety of Lower Town artists, antiques,
boutiques, specialty shops, restaurants & spirits. 1-800-PADUCAH
Barkley Museum (270) 534-8264
Memorabilia and local historical facts about the 35th
American Quilter’s Society
Museum (270) 442-8856
Visit this 30,000 square foot museum dedicated to “honoring
today’s quilter.” In addition to the lobby’s quilt patterned
stained glass windows, the museum features more than 100
contemporary and traditional quilts on display. Open year-round
Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Also open Sundays
between April and October 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. 215 Jefferson Street,
Carriages (270) 210-6095
Take a tour of Market House Square and historic downtown Paducah.
Meet next to Carriage Corner 2nd & Broadway.
Live Harness Racing Thursdays through Saturdays. Post time
runs April through June on Thursday & Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 1
Downtown After Dinner
Every Saturday evening April to Labor
Day enjoy six blocks of live entertainment from 7 p.m. till 10
p.m. in downtown Paducah! Music, shopping, antique cars, horse
drawn carriage rides and fine dining. Bring your lawn chairs to
listen to country, jazz, gospel, rock and other types of music on
Luther F. Carson Four
Rivers Performing Arts Center
Paducah’s new facility with space for public and private events of
all types. The staging and acoustics of the 1,800 seat Main Hall
have been designed for a wide variety of entertainment, cultural
and educational programs.
Located in Southern Illinois, just across the river from Paducah,
Harrah’s Metropolis brings the Las Vegas atmosphere straight to
you. Harrah’s has over 1,200 of your favorite slot machines and
25 table games on three sprawling decks of gaming action. There
is also a Fresh Market Square Buffet or a more upscale dining
atmosphere at the Range Steakhouse. Enjoy the live entertainment
every Friday and Saturday night 8:30 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.
Kentucky Oaks Mall
From Sears, Pennys and Dillards to specialty candy shops, book
stores and more. Exit # 4 off of I-24, Hinkelville Rd.
Paducah Floodwall Murals
Paducah history told through the
floodwall murals by artist Robert Dafford. These murals are a
“must see”! At the Paducah Riverfront.
Raceway (270) 898-7469
Watch the Stockcar raceway UMP summer nationals. Friday nights
April – October
Paducah Railroad Museum
Model trains and history exhibits, RR freight house, 3rd
& Washington. Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
River Heritage Museum
State-of-the-art interactive exhibits tell the history of the
river and its impact on our lives. Exhibits include working lock
and dam model, interactive music stations, rain table,
audio/visual water presentation, river bottoms, 17 minute film and
unique gift shop filled with an array of nautical, science and
Tilghman Civil War Museum
Civil War exhibits in restored home of General Lloyd Tilghman
Whitehaven Welcome Center
Take a tour of 1860’s antebellum mansion, Kentucky’s Gateway to
William Clark Market House
Museum (270) 443-7759
See numerous displays from Paducah’s history including Civil War,
local industry & complete 1877 drugstore gingerbread interior.