- TripBuzz discovered 28 different types of activities for couples in the Williamsburg area, including Lake (like Laurel River Lake), Water Parks (like Kentucky Splash Water Park), Science Museums (like Cumberland Collection) and National & State Parks (like Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 16 date ideas in or near Williamsburg, Kentucky, including 12 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Corbin, London, Somerset and Barbourville.
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89% 9 votes
A 625 acre lake, Wood Creek Lake is well known for the size and quantity of large mouth bass that live there. Fishermen can fish for bass, trout, crappie, sunfish, and other species.
88% 16 votes
Covering 5,600 acres, the Laurel River Lake has almost 200 miles of tree-lined shore with camping sites and picnic areas. Boating, swimming, and fishing are the most popular activities to be performed in here.
60% 10 votes
Lake Linville features a full size boat dock with numerous nearby rental opportunities. Attractions include a full-service bait-shop, rental pontoons, johnboat rentals, paddle boat rentals, fishing, boating, water skiing, and a nearby campground and restaurant.
17% 6 votes
1200 Hwy 3189, Williamsburg, KY 42544 MoreLess Info
Providing access to Lake Cumberland, Pulaski County Park features RV and tent camping sites, a fish cleaning station and facilities for volleyball, basketball and disc golf. The park has playgrounds, picnic areas with grills and trails suitable for hiking.
86% 96 votes
1050 Highway 92 West, Williamsburg, KY 40769 MoreLess Info
The Kentucky Splash Water Park has amenities which could fill an entire day, including go-karts, a miniature golf course, a tadpole island, a triple slide complex, and others.
86% 28 votes
Featuring displays of animals like bears, wolves, and moose, Cumberland Collection is an educational wildlife museum with a variety of exhibits. The museum consists of informative displays about Native American history and the past of the region.
86% 28 votes
Discover the history and stories of the Cumberland area at the Cumberland Museum. View the majestic stuffed wildlife, paintings from local artists, and relics and artifacts of the area's past.
72% 18 votes
Containing over 125,000 square miles of the Cumberland Plateau, Big South Fork National River and Recreation is one of the must-see nature stops. View scenic gorges and miles of sandstone bluffs.
100% 1 votes
1050 W Hwy 92, Williamsburg, KY 40769 MoreLess Info
Featuring a variety of water based attractions, Kentucky Splash offers its visitors a large wave pool, slide tower, playgrounds, and more. It also has an arcade and a go-kart course on its grounds.
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Situated on 119 acres of wetland, Beech Creek WMA offers visitors recreational activities like hiking, hunting, and fishing. Visitors can spot bald eagles, deer, and other wildlife in the park.