Western Waterlands Region

Attractions

Hardin Southern Railroad - Take a genuine, authentic train ride south through the captivating unspoiled beauty of the Clarks River Valley and witness the lush legendary forests of Kentucky's past and the timeless rich beauty of her farmlands.

Venture River Family Water Park - Wave pool, 7 exciting slides, large kiddie pool w/slide, lazy river w/action waves & sand volleyball.

John James Audubon State Park and Museum - Five and one half miles of trails wind through the nature preserve with variations in difficulty and length. Visit the world's largest gathering of John James Audubon memorabilia and one of the most extensive collections of his work in the world. Four galleries represent John James Audubon, his life, his work, and his legacy.

Yeiser Art Center - The Yeiser Art Center nurtures a community of artists and the Center's Permanent Collection of 450 pieces of 19th and 20th Century American, European, African, and Asian works is a regional attraction.


Kentucky Opry -
Live Country Music Variety Show! The Kentucky Opry Theatre offers tour groups and families the best in wholesome, clean, music, comedy and Grand Ole Opry Stars. Branson style shows year around. For some great fun and entertainment see the Kentucky Opry your next trip or vacation. We are located at Benton, just 5 miles south of Kentucky Dam on Kentucky Lake in Marshall County Kentucky.

Pattis 1880s Settlement - Visit a recreated historical log cabin village tucked into the natural beauty of Western Kentucky. Fantastic Dining, Beautiful Gardens, Unique Gift Shops, Winding Streams, a Miniature Golf Course and Arcade, and the most fun Animal Park around.

Museum of the American Quilter's Society - A real world quilt museum with a collection, changing exhibits, workshops, festivals, a gift shop, and more--as well as a virtual center for this exciting art form.

Cherokee Trail Of Tears Park - This historic park is one of the few documented sites of actual trail and campsites used during the forced removal of the Cherokee people to ""Indian Territory"". One of the focal points of the Trail Of Tears Commemorative Park is the log cabin which serves as the Heritage Center For the Park.

      

    



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