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 A Little Bit of Heaven
3226 Sullivan Lane, 502-223-8925 /  Offering horseback riding lessons for children and adults, A Little Bit of Heaven's mission is to give you and our horses the safest, possible environment to learn in.  We are Horsemanship Safety Association Instructors and we care about your safety.  Click link above for more info 

  Canoe Kentucky
7323 Peaks Mill Road, 888-CanoepKY / Headquartered in Peaks Mill, Canoe Kentucky provides a network of water adventures. Guided or self guided canoe trips and raft rentals over mild whitewater Class I and II, depending on water level. Will also launch from Riverview Park, Wilkinson Blvd., for river tours Memorial Day to October 31st. Call for hours and rates.
Click the link above for more info.

 Capital View Park
Glenn's Creek Road , 502-875-8575 / This 150 acre park provides a beautiful scenic view of the Kentucky River and is great for nature lovers.  The Park has a 5 mile off track bicycle trail, 4 lighted softball fields, 2 basketball courts, nature trails, picnic facilities, and 2 shelters with grills.  Summer Hours (April - Oct.) 8am - 11pm (April - October).   Park closes at dark.
Click the link above for more info. 

 Chuck Bogart's Railroad Walking Tours
325 Ann Street, 502-227-2436 / Chuck Bogart's historic walking railroad tours are free.They start at the L & N Depot adjacent to the Capital City Museum.  This popular hour long tour shares the history of Frankfort's railroad days from it's beginning to the present. 
Call the number above for reservations.

Clyde E. Buckley Wildlife Sanctuary and Audubon Center
135 Germany Road, 859-873-5711 /  Three self-guided trails traverse the Center's 374 acres, inviting visitors to experience a variety of habits, including small ponds, fields and mixed mesophytic forest along the Kentucky River. A dramatic gorge exposes limestone rich in marine fossils.  Hours are Wed. - Thu. - Fri.  9am - 5pm and Sat. - Sun. 9am - 6pm. 
Click on the link above for more info. 

 Cove Spring Park
127 North, 502-875-8575 / Approximately 100 acres of wetlands, streams, springs, waterfalls, forested ravines, and other natural historic features. Includes picnic facilities, walking, biking, and 3 miles of trails with interpretive signs.  Two interpretive centers with displays on natural and historic features of the park/preserve.  The park also has a Children's Memorial which is dedicated to the families of children who have passed away.  Hours are dawn - dusk (April - Oct.).
Click the link above for more info.

 Dolly Graham Park
Murray Street, 502-875-8575 / This 3.5 acre park is located in South Frankfort on Murray Street. The park offers a picnic shelter with restrooms, 2 basketball courts, and modern playground equipment. Click the link above for more info.

 Ducker's Lake Play & Stay
98 Buena Vista Drive, 502-695-4653 / Ducker's Lake Golf Course is nestled in the rolling hills of Central Kentucky, Duckers is a gorgeous 18 - hole championship course designed to compliment the challenging terrain.  Ducker's Lake Golf Course offers exclusive championship - level golf that is open to the public. Hours are: Sun. - Sat. 7am - dark.  Click the link above for more info.

 East Frankfort Park
Myrtle Avenue, 502-875-8575 / This 47.5 acre park includes a swimming pool, 3 lighted tennis courts, nature trails, picnic facilities, 2 volleyball courts, 2 shelters with restrooms, 3 playground areas, dog bark park, 18 hole disc golf, and a therapeutic playground. 
Click on the link above for more info.

 Happy Jack Pumpkin U-Pick Farm
966 Hickman Hill Road, 502-320-1064 / Happy Jack's is a family owned and operated farm that offers acres of strawberries, peaches, vegetables, and of course pumpkins.  The petting zoo and corn maze make Happy Jack's a great family fun outing. Call for hours.

Josephine Sculpture Park
3355 Lawrenceburg Road, 502-352-7082 / Our mission is to provide community arts education and creative experiences while conserving the beauty of the native, rural landscape.  We are free and open every day from dawn til dusk.  Enjoy self guided tours anytime. 

 Juniper Hill Park & Golf Course
124 acre park, 94 acre golf course, 2 lighted sand volleyball courts, gazebo, 3 horseshoe pits, playground, 2 shelters, with grills and restrooms, and picnic facilities. Home of the State Fire Marshall to Fallen Fire Fighters, The Desert Storm, & Purple Heart. 
Click on the link above for more info.  

 Juniper Hill Swimming Pool
502-875-8579 / Juniper Hills offers an Olympic swimming pool with a diving pool, seperate baby pool and concession stand. Private party rental is available . The pool opens Memorial Day and closes in the fall.   Hours are Mon. - Sat. 12pm - 7pm and Sun. 1pm - 7pm. Click on the link above for more info.  

 Leslie Morris Park on Fort Hill
400 Clifton Avenue, 502-696-0607 /  The Leslie W. Morris Park atop Fort Hill features two Civil War forts, the Sullivan House interpretive center, a picnic pavillion, a scenic downtown Frankfort overlook, and several hiking rails.  Free guided tours are available Tue. - Sat. from Memorial Day to October 31. 

 Riverview Park
Wilkinson Blvd., 502-875-8575 / Scenic riverside picnic area by the Kentucky River, across the street from the Capital Plaza Hotel. Farmers market held May-October.  This location is also where the KY River Boat Tours start/end.  You must call 502-696-0607 to make reservations for that tour.  Canoe KY launches their Canoe/Kayak River Tours from the dock on Sat. and Sun., weather permitting.  The dock available for day use only. Park closes at dark. 
Click on the link above for more info.

Salato Wildlife Education Center and Game Farm Wildlife Center
#1 Sportsmans Lane, 502-564-7863 / Whether you have an hour or the whole day at the KDFWR Headquarters and the Salato Wildlife Education Center, you'll have fun and learn something, too. You may choose to participate in a variety of scheduled programs, activities, workshops or take a walk along their nature trails.  So pack a lunch, gather your fishing gear - don't forget the kids and camera - and come visit! Hours are: Tue. - Fri. 9am - 5pm, Sat. 10am - 5pm.  Will be closed for winter from December 14th - February 14th.  Click on the link above for more info.

 Scenic Overlook
Louisville Road and U.S. 60, Situated above the Kentucky River valley, the overlook gives visitors a spectacular view of the picturesque city of Frankfort and the State Capitol.  Hours are dawn to dusk.

 Switzer Covered Bridge
Route 1262 at Switzer / The Switzer Bridge once carried KY 1262 across North Elkhorn Creek at Switzer in eastern Franklin county. It is a 120 foot long Howe truss design built in 1855 and restored in 1906 and again in 1990. On March 1, 1997 the bridge was washed away in a flood and was restored in 1998. Approximately 0.1 miles east of SR 1689 (Switzer Road) on SR 1262.  The bridge is on the north side of SR 1262 over North Elkhorn Creek.  Click the link above for more info. 



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