- TripBuzz found 27 things to do with kids in or near Hopkinsville, Kentucky, including 19 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Clarksville and Fort Campbell.
- From Tie Breaker Family Aquatic Center to Zig Zag Play Bouncers, the Hopkinsville area offers 27 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Bowling, Children's Play Area and Water Parks.
- Hopkinsville is a thriving residential and business community located within Christian County. Home to many Fortune 500 companies, is the city is home to the headquarters and primary manufacturing facility of Ebonite International, one of the oldest and largest bowling ball manufacturers in the world. City attractions include scenic walking trails, a heritage museum and diverse lodging options.
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9503 Eagle Way, Hopkinsville, KY 42240 MoreLess Info
Put on your swimming trunks and pack your goggles for some serious water fun at Tie Breaker Family Aquatic Center . Get your adrenaline rushing on the twisting 'Hurricane Alley' or float along the lazy river while you catch some rays.
A children's entertainment center, Zig Zag Play Bouncers features six inflatable bounce houses along with a small movie room. The center also offers party packages that include party supplies, food and the use of a private party room.
Suitable for children and adults, Roller Dome Fun Plex features public and private roller skating sessions and birthday party hosting along with video and redemption games. The center also offers a children's play area and an inflatable play structure.
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Pembroke Road, Hopkinsville, KY 42240 MoreLess Info
Located on the grounds of one of the few documented trails and campgrounds used by the Cherokee when they were banished from the land, the Trail of Tears Commemorative Park & Heritage Center holds every year a festival dedicated to the native's rich history.
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Metcalfe Lane & Hwy 41 North, Hopkinsville, KY MoreLess Info
The Jeffers Bend Environmental Center features a lake, 40 acres of grasslands, and 2.7 miles of hiking trails. The center exists on the site of what was once the Hopkinsville Water Treatment Plant.
Housed in a grand, historical structure, Pennyroyal Museum features exhibits dedicated to Edgar Cayce, the father of holistic medicine. It further includes a wealth of information about African American History in Southern Kentucky.
Operated by the U.S. Army MWR division, the Freedom Fighter Gym is a public gym facility that features a variety of exercise equipment and amenities. These include basketball courts, weights, and an indoor climbing wall.
Located on a United States Army base, Hooper Bowling Center features 32 lanes with GSX pinsetters and Vector scoring. The center offers birthday party hosting, bowling leagues, a snack bar and cosmic bowling.