This newly opened hiking & biking trail is ¾ of a mile long. All non- motorized modes of transportation permitted. Parking access is only available at the bottom of the trail at the City Garage. Open year round dawn to dusk.
Great trail riding horses for every level of riding. 1 or 2 hour ride recommended. Rates vary depending on ride. Open daily, daylight till dusk -call ahead to schedule.
Experience the only Jet Boat tours of the Ohio River and Kentucky River. 5 different tours to choose from. A 15 mile Rockin Wild Ride, 40 mile Scenic Tour, 75 mile Weds Lunch Excursion, 90 mile Sunday Dinner Adventure and the 155 mile 2 Day Kentucky River Adventure. Nothing else like this in the Midwest. … more
The riverfront has always been a favorite spot for a relaxing stroll, viewing cruising boats along the river, or attending one of several outdoor festivals held throughout the year. Public boat launching facilities, playgrounds, shelter houses, picnic areas with tables, benches, gazebo and viewing areas. Volleyball, basketball,bocce & cornhole courts and horeshoe pits. Equipment available … more
Full service marina at the water’s edge. Covered slips, 24/7 fuel, utilities, food, storage, renovations. Rent pontoons and golf carts. West Second and Hatteras Way. Mile marker 559. Annual, seasonal, and weekend dockage. Call ahead, Harbor Master will greet you! Sun.-Thurs. 9am-8pm Fri.-Sat. 9am-9pm Abbreviated winter hours
1-1/4 mile paved and natural surface pathway for jogging, walking, biking, hiking. All non-motorized modes of transportation permitted. Connecting downtown with the hilltop and overlooking the Ohio River. Begins at the corner of Vaughn Dr. and Vernon St. Open Dawn to Dusk
Built in 1938 by the Works Progress Administration. Historic bathhouse, half-moon shaped pool that slopes from ankle deep to 8 feet, water slide. 12pm-8pm, Sat of Memorial Day weekend through mid-August
Whether you are an avid wildlife watcher, hiker, or simply enjoy the great outdoors, this magnificent state park has something for everyone. Open all year; admission charged Mar-Oct.
Public boat dock & ramp. Free to residents and visitors. Ramp open year round, no overnight docking.
Big Oaks NWR has been designated as a Globally Important Bird Area because of its value to migratory birds. Located five miles north of Madison on Highway 421. Portions of the refuge are open for wildlife observation, photography, hiking, fishing, hunting, interpretation, and environmental education. Mid-Apr-Nov: Mon & Fri, 2nd & 4th Sat., 7am-4:30pm. Mandatory … more