- TripBuzz found 78 things to do with kids in or near Clarksville, Indiana, including 64 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Louisville, Corydon, Jeffersonville and Shepherdsville.
- From Atlantis Waterpark to Kopp's Lakes, the Clarksville area offers 54 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Bowling, Water Parks and Movie Theaters.
- Situated on the bank of the Ohio River, Clarksville, IN is only 10 minutes from Louisville. As the oldest town in the Northwest Territory, Clarksville has many unique and intriguing attractions, including the Falls of the Ohio State Park and the Colgate Clock, one of the biggest clocks in the world.
Besides the 1.5 mile-long track, the Kart Kountry also has an archery range, arcade games, a mini golf course, batting cages, bumper boats, and several other attractions, such as the Castle Clash, a medieval water fight.
83% 12 votes
1040 Valley View Dr., Shepherdsville, KY 40165 MoreLess Info
Rated as one of the top 10 golf courses by Golf Digest, Heritage Hill Golf Course is a destination for golf enthusiasts. The 18 hole championship golf course is a pleasure and a challenge for those who play it.
86% 7 votes
106 N Second Ave, La Grange, Kentucky, LaGrange, KY 40031 MoreLess Info
Established as a courthouse in the 1840s, Oldham County History Center is a source of genealogical records and historical artifacts for Oldham county. The works and writings of D.W. Griffith and Annie Fellows Johnston are featured in the museum.
Open on Saturdays, Awesome Flea Market hosts a large market that features the goods of local craftsmen and businesses from the community. With 500 vendors on location, visitors can purchase gifts, clothing, fresh produce, antiques, and more.
89% 450 votes
1267 Green Acres Lane SW Corydon, IN 47112, Corydon, IN MoreLess Info
Featuring the longest cave in Indiana, Indiana Caverns offers visitors a chance to view rock formations, fossils, and waterfalls. The tour consists of walking through the Binkley Cave System and then taking a boat ride on an underground stream.
Covering more than 14,000 acres, the Bernheim Arboretum & Forest was established in 1929 and, since 1950 when it was opened for public, it has received approximately 200,000 visitors each year. There are more than 32 miles of trails, and more than 8,000 plant species in here.
An eight-screen movie theater, Regal Shelbyville Stadium 8 displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers stadium seating, a game room, mobile ticketing and a concession area with food and drinks.