Tag - Outdoors

From awe-inspiring natural features like the Paducah Riverfront to one-of-a-kind experiences, landmarks and small businesses, there's so much to explore in our own backyard. When you're ready, we have a few ideas on places to go whether you're looking to explore Paducah "like a local" or be a tourist in your own town!

Let's Go There Paducah

Where will you go next in Paducah, Kentucky? Find inspiration here!

From homegrown to handcrafted, the Paducah Farmers’ Market introduces the rich agricultural and artistic traditions of Paducah, Kentucky and the Four Rivers Region. Meet Market Manager Molly Johnson for a behind-the-scenes look at this agritourism experience!

Peaches

Savor local flavor at the Paducah Homegrown Farmers' Market and new Mid-Week Market​.

Natural and urban landscapes across Paducah, Kentucky invite you to spend the day (or longer) in the great outdoors! This guide features activities to draw your family outside for learning and recreation, to the best spots for flavorful food and drink or a scenic stay.

Noble Park Paducah

Walk, run, bike, fish or picnic at Bob Noble Park, Paducah's largest city park.

Public lands, including national parks, trails, forests, monuments and recreation areas, are among America's most iconic and cherished places. Follow local outdoor enthusiast and self-proclaimed "National Park Nerd," Lucas Bremer, as he shares some of the best in and around Paducah, Kentucky!

Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Paducah
Natural wonders set the stage for cultural wandering in Paducah and beyond. | Lewis & Clark Tribute at the National Quilt Museum
In celebration of the National Trust for Historic Preservation's Virtual Preservation Month, the Paducah Convention & Visitors Bureau has created digital jigsaw puzzles featuring local architectural landmarks! Join in the celebration of historic places all month long and begin to understand Paducah, Kentucky's rich American legacy through our built heritage.
 
Architecture Paducah
From historical churches to municipal buildings, piece together Paducah landmarks.

Paducah is beautiful in all seasons, but springtime is especially enchanting with distinctive sights of the season including the longstanding Dogwood Trail tradition! With social distancing mandates in place this spring, we asked locals to find and share the beauty of our community with those unable to travel to experience it firsthand this April.

Paducah Dogwood - Christa Dubrock

Beauty is all around in #PaducahCreativeCity  |  Photo shared by @marychrista66

Discover your inner artist and Paducah history at once as you color Paducah “Wall to Wall" Murals. Download printable coloring pages illustrated by local artist Bill Ford to add your creative touch to these famous portraits from Paducah’s past!

Paducah Wall to Wall Murals

Celebrating 25 years in 2020, the Paducah "Wall to Wall" Murals project is on view 24/7 

The spirit of our Creative City is shining through as attractions and businesses offer innovative ways to practice social distancing and experience Paducah from home or outdoors. As developments around COVID-19 continue to unfold, please reference our COVID-19 resource page for guidelines from public health authorities and the latest response and reopening updates related to attractions, events and restaurants in Paducah, Kentucky.

Historic Downtown Paducah Shopping

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