- TripBuzz discovered 57 different types of activities for couples in the Richmond area, including Bowling (like Galaxy Bowling & Family Entertainment Center), Water Parks (like Paradise Cove Aquatic Center), Movie Theaters (like Cinemark) and Theaters (like Rose Barn Theatre), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 74 date ideas in or near Richmond, Kentucky, including 63 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lexington, Berea, Winchester and Nicholasville.
60% 5 votes
250 Lake Reba Drive, Richmond, KY 40475 MoreLess Info
Offering views of Lake Reba, Adventure Falls Miniature Golf & Batting Cage Complex features 18 holes of miniature golf with water hazards and nine ADA-accessible holes. The facility also offers eight batting cages and a party room.
90% 140 votes
5888 Jacks Creek Road, Lexington, KY 40515 MoreLess Info
As a nature center, Raven Run Nature Sanctuary offers visitors interactive exhibits with reptiles, insects, and other creatures. A trail system starts at the center and extends out into the 734 acres of wilderness with over 600 species of plants.
100% 1 votes
300 Athens-Boonesboro Road, Winchester, KY 40391 MoreLess Info
With its own RV site, Three Trees Kayak & Canoe offers picnic tables and fire rings for its visitors. The Kentucky River runs through the property, which provides opportunities for kayaking and canoeing.
Berea Parks & Recreation is a government-run department that strives to provide and maintain parks and other recreational facilities to the local community. Parks, pools, and athletic fields are among the facilities the department maintains and offers to the public.
The oldest park in Berea, Berea Memorial Park provides two acres of grass and trees suitable for picnics and other recreational activities. The park offers two children's playgrounds, a paved walking path, two picnic shelters and restroom facilities.
100% 1 votes
212 W Jefferson Street, Berea, KY 40403 MoreLess Info
Built in the mid 1980s, the Russel Acton Folk Recreation Center features 3500 square feet of green space as well as a deck area, kitchen, and bathroom facilities. The center hosts Appalachian folk dancing on a regular basis.