- TripBuzz discovered 55 different types of activities for couples in the Clarksville area, including Parks (like Lapping Park), Bowling (like Blackiston Bowl), Water Parks (like Atlantis Waterpark) and Dinner Theaters (like Derby Dinner Playhouse), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 83 date ideas in or near Clarksville, Indiana, including 70 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Louisville, Corydon, Jeffersonville and New Albany.
Named after the popular baseball bat, the Louisville Slugger Field serves as the home of the minor league team known as the Louisville Bats. The overall style embraces the retro-classic design that harkens back to the good, old days of baseball.
Created to provide outdoor recreation and fun, Perrin Family Park features paved walking trails, a playground and picnic shelters. The park is also home to a unique, teddy bear center where 100's of stuffed animals can be enjoyed.
87% 30 votes
914 E Main Street, New Albany, IN 47150 MoreLess Info
The Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site is home to Culbertson Mansion, the ancestral home of William S. and Samuel Culbertson. Built largely during the Civil War, the mansion is now open for tours, including ghost tours.
Fourth Street Live! serves as a one-stop destination in the core of historic downtown Louisville. There are a wide variety of retail stores, restaurants, and entertainment options, including Foot Locker, The Fudgery, Ri Ra Irish Pub, and Kill the Devil Club.
89% 19 votes
201 East Spring St., New Albany, IN 47150 MoreLess Info
Carnegie Center for Art & History is a well laid out local history museum and art gallery. It has three permanent exhibits along with the changing exhibits. The underground railroad exhibit is especially attractive.
A beautiful outdoor entertainment space on the water, Riverfront Amphitheater is a popular venue for musical acts and concerts during the warmer months. Community festivals and theater productions are also offered at this locale.
A great place for water fun, Sam Peden Community Park is especially popular during the warmer months. Along with fishing and boating on Kiwanis Lake, there are basketball, tennis and volleyball courts as well as trails for nature walks.