Things To Do in Hopkinsville Part 1

Places To Visit Hopkinsville KY Part 01 : Hopkinsville Museum

Places To Visit Hopkinsville KY Part 01 : Hopkinsville Museum

Continuing on from the previous artciel about the Best Places to Visit in Hopkinsville, we decided to continue this as there are many more great places to see. The following are taken from Trip Advisor and based on the number of reviews. So, let’s continue…

Tie Breaker Family Aquatic Center
9503 Eagle Way ByPass, Hopkinsville, KY 42240

MrsBee talks about her experience at the Tie Breaker Family Aquatic Center, “My family and I go here every year. It’s cheap. There are lockers for your things. There are covered areas to sit. There is a great play station area for all kids. But, I especially like how great it can be for toddlers. The water is a gradual depth, so there’s a beach-like cemented area that is shallow for the little ones. There’s also multiple life guards. There is a canteen where you can buy basic things.” She finishes by saying, “Overall, my kids love it and we’ll keep going!

Christian Way Farm & Mini Golf
19590 Linville Rd, Hopkinsville, KY 42240-8478

Carolina from Clarksonville, has to say this about her visit to the Christian Way Farm & Mini Golf, “I happened to be invited to an event in Hopkinsville, prior to that we dropped by Christian Way Farms for a visit. I had heard about it for years from friends, but had never been. The old barn you walk into to pay also has some charming items for sale kids small toys, home decor, snacks. It was really charming both inside and out. They had it decorated really nicely.

Carolina goes on, “The kids (10,6) enjoyed the lawnmower train ride pulled by a Tractor, fun playgrounds with hay, slides, and tractor playground. They also enjoyed feeding the animals, the ride to the pumpkin patch, and area to ride tricycles.

She finishes by saying, “This was a nice farm. Very friendly family running it. It made for a fun day and sweet memories with my children. I would highly recommend it! They had food for sale on the Saturday we visited. They also have a Mini Golf Course, but we had to go on to Hopkinsville.

Hopkinsville Brewing Company
102 E 5th St, Hopkinsville, KY 42240

TMJrobin from Hopkinsville, Kentucky, gives his feedback about his experience at the Hopkinsville Brewing Company, “I have yet to have one of their beers I did not like. Their growlers and prowlers are a nice item so you can bring some home. The Food Truck rotation ensures that you can always purchase something different to eat. Free wi-fi and a good crowd most days makes it a good place to relax. The length of your stay will depend on how many pints you drink. Their taster flight is a good option for new folks.

Hopkinsville Art Gallery
108 E 6th St, Hopkinsville, KY 42240-3402

Angela provides her feedback about the Hopkinsville Art Gallery, “In addition to beautiful oil, watercolors, etc. there was beautiful local photography. I loved the wooden cutting boards that were too pretty to cut on. Lots of inexpensive, nice jewelry by Tanya Ezell, gorgeous pottery by Trisha Ferrell. Linda Pierce and Jeannie White were some of my favorite artists..postcards (hard to find these days). Photography of local historic buildings, the lakes and the state parks.” Angela goes on to say, “The Bozards wooden pieces were so cute and very affordable. There were glass lamps and etched glass. Just lots of variety. There’s a great place to eat next door, an old hardware store with EVERYTHING! and Griffins with upscale and unusual gifts and art. I could spend the whole day on that street.

Jeffers Bend Environmental Center
Metcalfe Lane & Hwy 41 North, Hopkinsville, KY

After their visit to¬†Jeffers Bend Environmental Center, Josh from Hopkinsville, talks about his experience and gives his review,¬† “The best time to visit Jeffers Bend is in September during their Nature Fest where they offer multiple family activities such as canoe rides, archery & disc golf, hay rides, alpaca petting, mini horses, storytelling, recycling & poster contest, soil tunnel, children & butterfly gardens, bubble station, outdoor skills training, nature carnival, pumpkin painting, and more.” He goes on to say, “There are also food vendors and door prizes offered and admission is one fee per vehicle or bus so you can get the whole family in cheap! They also offer a “Take Kids Fishing Day” in the spring, usually around the end of May, for those who would enjoy it and it’s only a couple dollars per person. They offer prizes also for the smallest, largest, etc. fish.