1301 Kentucky Mills Dr
Louisville, KY 40299-6308
Phone: (502) 267-8100
Fax: (502) 267-8951
1301 Kentucky Mills Dr, Louisville, KY, US, 40299-6308
- Phone: (502) 267-8100
- Fax: (502) 267-8951
A nine-hole, lighted, executive course and driving range.
Kingpin Lanes is a full-service bowling and entertainment destination. Go to bowl and rock 'n roll. They do not offer typical bowling alley food. Their appetizers include signature Loaded Thick Potato Chips, Chicken Quesadillas, and King's Wings. They have a variety of soups and salads. They also offer some very tasty sandwiches. Then top it all off with an ice cream sundae. The Lounge at Kingpin is a plush cocktail mecca with nightly specials, craft brews on tap and a slew of signature libations like the Meister King.
Charlie Vettiner Golf Course is an 18-hole public golf course. There are 50 sand bunkers, tree-lined fairways, a creek that meanders through several holes, with ponds on #5, #14 and #18. A fully-stocked Pro Shop and snack bar are available. The Charlie Vettiner Park also features a fishing lake, frisbee golf course, tennis courts, fitness course, hiking trails, and playground for complete family entertainment.
An 18-hole course that is fun and challenging. The park has a fishing lake, playground, tennis courts and horseback riding trails.
Rated the sixth-toughest course in Kentucky and voted "Best of Louisville" for several years running. Seneca boasts a chipping green and driving range. Calling ahead is recommended to reserve tee times.
This nine-hole course has no water hazards and no bunkers, making it a perfect course for both novice and experienced golfers.
Though it's located within mere blocks of one of Louisville's most thriving urban centers, Cherokee Park remains a bastion of rugged tranquility. With miles of trails, a range of exciting geography, and room for every sport or outdoor activity, CP is without a doubt a true Kentucky destination. In addition to its renowned golf course, there are facilities for archers, ball players, climbers, dog owners, fishermen, grill masters, horseshoe sharks, mountain bikers, birders, footballers, swimmers, and tennis enthusiasts.
Explore Louisville Mega Cavern with a Historic Tram Tour where you ride through part of 17 miles (27 kilometers) of underground passageways beneath the city of Louisville. Learn about the geology, history, mining techniques, recycling, and green business technology. See where 50,000 people would have been invited to stay during the Cold War Era. You can also go on Mega Zips the adventure tour featuring five underground ziplines, three challenge bridges including dual racing zips, and over two hours of adrenaline. Another great tour only offered from November through December is Lights Under Louisville an all underground holiday light show. Drive through a part of the of underground passageways beneath Louisville as you see and hear the sights and sounds of the holiday season.
The Louisville Zoo is quite possibly one of the finest unsung zoos in the world. Though somewhat modest in size, in is nonetheless home to a solid bevy of beautiful beasts. Highlights include camels, baby elephants and the MANED WOLF, a creature seemingly ripped from the pages of some kind of fantastical, mythical fairybook! Tiger feedings are another must-see attraction. Guests are also invited to come within mere feet of the animal as it feeds on its lunch through a mesh-covered opening in its glass enclosure. Jaw-dropping fun! See website for complete list of animals and attractions, as well as news items, conservation effort info and more.
Founded in 1895, Cherokee is one of the oldest municipal golf courses in the United States. Cherokee is the shortest of the Metro Parks courses. It offers nine holes. Other amenities include a fully stocked Pro Shop, snack bar, large practice putting green, and a picnic area for outings.
Much more than a typical public golf course, Quail Chase offers country club privileges, U.S.G.A. standards and amenities. Quail Chase Golf Club is Louisville's only 27-hole championship regulation golf course. It offers a full service pro shop, PGA and LPGA staff members, full practice facilities and food & beverage service.
At 746 acres (302 hectares), McNeely Lake Park is one of the largest parks in Louisville. It is a popular recreational attraction among locals and visitors alike. Dotted with picnic spots and grills, enjoy a barbecue, or follow a hiking trail, or engage in soccer or basketball at their playground. The picturesque McNeely Lake, complete with a boat ramp and pier, is great for fishing activities. A highlighting feature at this park is the Korean War Memorial, dedicated in 1993.