Kentucky Park List

Waverly Park

This 300acre park offers the following amenities: Fishing lake, Hiking trails, Mountain biking trails, Playground, Grills, picnic ...

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Waymond Morris Park

Waymond Morris Park is a 52 acre park located at 5200 Todd Bridge Road. The first phase is complete and includes a 7 acrea lake, a 1 1/2 mile walking trail, a four field football (lighted) complex, a centralized concession and restoom ...

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Wayside Park

This 2 acre park offers the following amenities: ...

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Wellington Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: dog park, open fields, paved ...

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West 18th Street Park

Located on W. 18th Street, across from Jennie Stuart Medical Center, this one- half-acre neighborhood park includes a playground, park benches, and picnic ...

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West 1st Street Park

This three acre park is located at the corner of West 1st Street and Riverfront Drive, adjacent to Hopkinsville Fire Department Station #1, and includes a playground, a sidewalk with fitness stations, and park benches. ...

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Westonia Park

This 2 acre park offers the following amenities: Ballfield, Basketball (1/2 court), Playground, Restrooms - Open ...

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Westonia Playground

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Westside Neighborhood Park

This 2.5 acre park offers the following amenities: 1 Basketball Court(s) - Outdoor, 1 Grill(s), 2 Picnic Table(s), 1 ...

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Westside Park

Located at 533 W. 9th Street, near the Christian County Justice Center, this Two & one-half-acre park is one of the three historic parks deeded to the City by William A. Wilgus, who, in 1909, left his fortune to the children of Hopkinsville for playgrounds and their upkeep. ...

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White Hall State Historic Site

The White Hall State Historic Site is a house within a house. The original house was built in 1798-1799 in the Georgian-style. The new building, White Hall, was built above and around Clermont by Cassius Clay in the 1860s. Noteworthy features of the house include 16-foot ceilings and a ...

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Whitney Young Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: basketball, open fields, playground, ...

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Wickliffe Mounds State Historic Site

Wickliffe Mounds is the archaeological site of a prehistoric Native American village of the Mississippian mound builders. Located on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi river, the village was occupied from about AD 1100 to 1350. The Mississippians built a complex settlement with permanent houses and earthen mounds situated around ...

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Wildwood Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: basketball, playground, ...

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Wilgreen Lake

Large fishing lake stocked with bass, crappie and blue gill. Full service snack bar. Artificial and live bait. Rods and reels for public use. Paddle boats and boats with and without motors available. Open March-December. Handicap ...

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William B. Stansbury Park

This 7 acre park offers the following amenities: Basketball (2), Playground, Restrooms - Open Seasonally, Spray pool, Tennis (6), ...

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William Britt Park

This 0.68 acre park offers the following amenities: ...

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William Harrison Park

This 2.25 acre park offers the following amenities: Basketball, Picnic Shelter, Playground, ...

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William Wells Brown Com. Ctr

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: community center, restroom, ...

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William Whitley State Historic Site

The William Whitley Estate, also known as Sportsman's Hill, was built in the 1780's and is the site of the Nation's first counterclockwise run racetrack. It is famous for its unique architecture and for its history, and is furnished with original pieces from the pioneer period. This was a ...

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Willow Park

This 1.37 acre park offers the following amenities: Gazebo, Playground, Restrooms ...

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Windsor Open Space

This small park offers the following amenities: Passive Open ...

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Wolf Creek Dam Lake Cumberland

Lake Cumberland is the second largest lake in the Cumberland River system. The lake provides varied outdoor recreation opportunities for millions of visitors each year. Because of the temperate climate and relatively long recreation season, visitors have numerous activities to choose from including fishing, hunting, camping, picnicking, boating, ...

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Wolf Run Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: baseball, softball, basketball, open fields, ...

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Woodhill Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: baseball, softball, basketball, football, soccer, open fields, playground, restroom, ...

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Woodland Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: baseball, softball, basketball, horseshoes, open fields, playground, restroom, shelter, swimming, ...

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Woodward Heights Park

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Wyandotte Park

This 24 acre park offers the following amenities: Ballfields (3), Basketball (3), Croquet court, Horseshoe pit, Picnic shelter, Picnic tables, Playground, Restrooms - Open Seasonally, Tennis (6), Volleyball, Walking path (0.25 ...

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Yatesville Lake

Yatesville Lake is located entirely in Lawrence County, Kentucky, on Blaine Creek; a tributary of the Big Sandy River. The dam is rockfill, with a central impervious core and founded on rock. The length of the lake and boatable arms is 20.6 miles upstream from the dam and 18.1 ...

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Yatesville Lake State Park

Yatesville Lake provides plenty of room to skim the waves or catch some rays in your favorite cruisecraft, be it a houseboat, pontoon, speed boat or jet ski. The Yatesville Marina offers everything boaters and fishers need for lake fun. Relax in the scenic lakeside setting of the park's ...

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