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Get on a Bus Charter in Madisonville, Kentucky and Explore the Best Town on Earth

Home to around 20,000 people, Madisonville has several attractions for you to check out on a bus charter in Madisonville, Kentucky.

A bus charter in Madisonville, Kentucky can take you to:

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Visit Melody Lanes, where you have 20 bowling lanes to choose from. This has been a family tradition in the city for more than five decades.

Arts & Culture

Visit the Anne P. Baker Gallery, where you can find exhibits of sculpture, textile, photography and paintings. Join the ARTcan Walking Tour, which will take you through downtown to see the 18 new ARTcan trash bins that they have recently installed. Or you can check out the city's Art Parks. The beautiful mini parks display various art works for sale and is given to the new owner after the exhibits. The art parks in the city include Sugg Street Art Park, Arch Street Art Park, and West Center Street Art Park.

You can also head to the Glema Mahr Center for the Arts, where you can watch the best plays, musical arts and top entertainers.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Catch the Madisonville Miners Baseball play at the Elmer Kelley Stadium. You can also enjoy the high speed races at Western Kentucky Speedway.

Further, you could experience the Madisonville Local All American Soapbox Derby Race in the city as well. Or enjoy remote control races at Madisonville Hobbies and Raceway. You can also play golf at Madisonville City Park Golf Course, Lakeshore Country Club, and Madisonville Golf and Country Club.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

The city has a wealth of Civil War sites and history museums. History lovers would love sites such as the Governor Ruby Laffoon Cabin, the Historical Society Museum of Hopkins County, Hopkins County Genealogical Society, and the Veteran Memorial. Then there are the nationally registered historic places here including the Madisonville Commercial Historic District and the North Main Street Historic District, several houses such as the Dr. Thomas Gardiner House, James E. Slaton House, and the L.D. Hockersmith House, and other buildings such as the Madisonville Armory, Munn's School, and Madisonville Public Library.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

The city's parks help residents and visitors have an easy escape without having to go far. Visit Grapevine Lake where you could fish, ride a canoe and go mountain biking in 188 acres of space. Or you can go to Madisonville City Park, which has at least 250 acres of space that features playgrounds, fishing lakes, trails, and is the ideal place for baseball and softball games, horseshoe games, disc golf, basketball, and swimming, among other activities.

You can also play basketball and volleyball, as well as play at the playground, run and hike at the Dr. Festus Claybon Park, which has around 19 acres of space. Meanwhile, play soccer at Madisonville Soccer Complex, or tennis at Cherry Park, or get fit at the 10 fitness stations, running trails and butterfly garden at the Trover Wellness Park. Or fish, hunt and hike at the Tradewater River Wildlife Management Area.

Madisonville City Park is yet another large park with 250 acres of space and features various sports courts, athletic fields, playgrounds, walking and running trails, and kayaking and swimming facilities.

You could also check out Larry Carney Neighborhood Center, the Hopkins County Family YMCA, Hopkins County YAA, and Hunter's Outdoor 3D Range.

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