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Bob Noble Park


This 145-acre municipal park is Paducah's largest, centrally located in Midtown. Providing access to the Greenway Trail, skate park, picnic shelters, outdoor amphhitheater, new interactive music garden, accessible nature trail, playgrounds and "Wacinton," a Native American carving by Peter "Wolf" Toth. Spring and summer Movies in the Park and Concerts in the Park provide seasonal family entertainment.

Noble Park offers many opportunities for outdoor fitness including walking trails, tennis and basketball courts and a skate park. Lighted courts are open to public year-round as available. This includes six lighted tennis courts, four lighted full-length basketball courts and eight boys/girls baseball/softball fields.

This park features 20 picnic shelters and the Anna Baumer Community Center and the Arts and Crafts Buildings (both rental facilities). The Robert Cherry Civic Center is located just outside the park.

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