Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Free Drive-In Movies

Walmart will be offering FREE drive-in movies at supercenters around Kentucky


walmart Get your free tickets to upcoming movies at one of these four Kentucky Walmart locations.


Who doesn't like free? Sign me up! Walmart is hosting free drive-in movies this fall. This is great for family fun.

Where and when?

Oak Grove - 9/18/20
Oak Grove - 9/19/20
Hopkinsville - 9/22/20
Hopkinsville - 9/23/20
Paducah - 9/25/20
Shepherdsville - 9/25/20
Paducah - 9/26/20
Shepherdsville - 9/26/20


Possible movies are:
Wonder Woman
Spy Kids
Space Jam
Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse
Ghostbusters
The Wizard of Oz
Black Panther
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial
Friday Night Lights

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Friday, July 10, 2020

Let's Go Camping HomeGrown HideAways

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Looking for a few days away from it all but close to home? Love nature but don’t want to deal with packing a car full of camping gear for just a day or two getaway. Try out HomeGrown HideAways just outside of Berea, Kentucky.

 photo holler_zpsy53pztil.jpgHomeGrown HideAways is located in a beautiful valley (holler) with a small creek running through a big wide open field surrounded by lush forests and knobs. We spent an overnight here in the foothills of the Appalachian forest on our way back from the Red River Gorge.

HomeGrown HideAways is a working farm and member of the National Forest Stewardship program and they have just begun offering "glamping" on airbnb in order to attract a wider audience. They offer completely kitted out options such as a treehouse and a yurt, as well as some more rustic options in a bell tent or our choice a 24 ft tipi. You may also pitch your own tent or bring an RV- they have hookups.

The Tipi was amazing- for the kids and us grownups- the idea of sleeping in a tipi was pretty exciting. The construction of the tipi itself is fascinating and the fact that you can safely build a fire inside makes us want to return in the fall to experience that on a cooler night. We brought a couple of tarps for the ground and airbeds and slept very comfortably. We kept the smoke flaps open overnight hoping to see a starry sky- unfortunately clouds had rolled in- but this gives us yet another reason to return.


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Tipi where we stayed overnight.

The kids had a blast on the grounds of HomeGrown HideAways, playing in Floyd Branch, campfires, visiting the chickens, and making friends with the dogs who call this beautiful place home. We recommend you make a B-line to the creek that runs through the valley if it gets hot.  Hang a hammock in the trees or set your favorite folding camp chair directly in the creek where the temperature is usually much cooler.

We’ve camped a lot and came completely over prepared for our weekend. Staying in any of the on-site lodgings, you have access to a full kitchen with fridge, oven, coffee maker, sink with hot and cold water and more. We didn’t need to bring out our gas camping stove, we didn’t need our cooler full of ice, or a table, or plates, or cutlery, no need for pots or pans! The fridge had fresh eggs from the farm. They also have a full and very clean bathhouse with flushable toilets and hot showers, a fire pit, cornhole boards, ultimate frisbee goals, covered picnic tables, a large playing field with swings. The farm also includes a beautiful hiking trail through the woodlands on the property. You can rent canoes for an afternoon on the nearby reservoir. Jessa and Nathan have everything you could need- all you need are your sleeping bags, pillows, and food to cook.
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Relax in Floyd Branch Creek.

Jessa and Nathan have built a new secluded Treehouse with huge windows that will give you amazing views of the landscape- definitely on our bucket list. We definitely recommend you check this place out with your kids, extended family, a great location for a family reunion, or an adult getaway- you even have the option of having your food cooked for you.

Before you go you should know that there is no cell service at HomeGrown HideAways and no pets are permitted. HomeGrown HideAways is located at 500 Branch Road in the beautiful Red Lick Valley, approximately 12 miles east of Berea. For additional information visit www.homegrownhideaways.org.


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Monday, June 29, 2020

A Day Trip to Owensboro, Kentucky

Take a day trip to Owensboro with kids, family fun!


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Owensboro has a lot to offer families and kids! We found a ton of free and inexpensive fun for everyone.

Parks opening June 29, spraygrounds July 3. 

Downtown Tips:
  • There's a Hampton Inn and Holiday Inn on either side of the modern looking convention center - great location for an overnight stay.
  • Free Trolley rides around downtown for hopping on and off!
  • Cute shops downtown- boutiques, antiques - something for everyone.

Owensboro Museum of Science and History
  • Affordable and they allow you to come and go as long as you have your ticket stub for the day
  • Free downtown on street parking 
  • A tad of an old place that needs some TLC- not everything works.
  • Good for younger kids - the upstairs play area is nice!
  • Lots of state history for elementary to middle school aged kids that are learning that topic in school
Smothers Park 
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  • Jumping water fountains all over
  • VERY clean and well-maintained - close to downtown for easy access
  • Huge/unique playground for all ages 
  • Restrooms were clean 
  • Stocked Snack bar
  • Lots of tables in the playground and surrounding park 
  • Splash pad open during warmer months

Giant Sassafrass Tree
  • We drove into the commercial and residential area searching for this tree!
  • It's not as impressive as it seemed online so, save your time. Cool idea but didn't have much of an impact or leave an impression.

Wonder Whip
  • Walk up burger joint with small selection of ice cream but delicious shakes
  • Recommend fried apple slices with vanilla ice cream
  • Great location for stopping on your way out of town (depending on your direction, of course)

Yellow Creek Park
  • AWESOME park!!!! Not just any park, it's a destination - really.
  • Multiple playgrounds, covered picnic spots, disc golf, fishing, fields and more.
  • Pioneer Village and hiking trail were our favorite - we spent significant time there
  • Bathrooms near the pioneer village for convenience
  • Cool suspension bridge and covered bridge on the walking trail

Other things to note about Owensboro:
  • We noticed a couple of orchards for fruit picking during the season
  • Walk-up pizza placer called Fetta by playground - easy lunch spot
  • There's wifi at playground and Bee Bop, but not museum
  • Many of the area hotels have pools - kids love hotels with pools! 
  • Camping, RV, cottage, and motel room rentals at Diamond Lake Resort - theater, go-karts, bumper boats, pedal boats, mini golf, disc golf, fishing, pizza and ice cream parlor, grill, grocery and laundry on site.
  • The city also has a tennis complex, ice center and a skate park and lots of festivals and shows throughout the year

Stephanie & Caryn
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Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Review of Big Bone Lick State Park

 photo 20160630_151838_zpsuoled0se.jpgWhen they were younger, my kids were totally OBSESSED with dinosaurs and fossils and paleontology. The older two (9 and 8) may act like they’ve outgrown the whole dino craze, but the fact is you never outgrow skulls as big as your whole body! When I saw Big Bone Lick State Historic Site with pictures of bison and a mastodon skull, I knew we had to go.

Located in Union, Kentucky, BBL is about 1.5 hours northeast of Louisville, just over an hour north of Lexington, and about 35 minutes southwest of Cincinnati. BBL is very easy to find once you get off the main interstate but check your GPS for your exit because there’s no interstate signage.

My kids got excited as soon as they saw the big entrance sign with picture of bison and mammoths. We went straight back to the outdoor diorama and the museum. While you aren’t able to touch or access them directly, the life sized replicas are really cool and the walkway above serves as a place for photo ops and also has several educational plaques.

 photo 20160630_120436_zpsnnmatg77.jpgThe museum has a large (air conditioned!!!) room with a mastodon skull as the focal point. There are several other fossils, historical references, restrooms, and a gift shop. Typically I cringe when I hear “gift shop” because I hate being asked to buy a $25 stuffed animal that I’ve seen at the dollar store – just without a logo. However, this gift shop is very reasonably priced and if your kids like getting souvenirs, you won’t break the bank.

 photo 20160630_125307_zpsawkmshba.jpgFrom the museum/gift shop we headed across the parking lot to a trail to see the bison. The trail to go see the bison is less than a quarter of a mile and if you have little legs with you or even a sturdy stroller, it’s an easy walk. The trails in the woods are more difficult for toddler legs and impassable for a stroller. The first trail we started with was called Cedar Run. Five minutes in and were totally surrounded by untouched nature in all her splendor. Due to the narrow width, single file walking is a must – so pick a line leader.
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We took the longer trail around the woods instead of heading straight back to the museum and ended up hiking around two miles. We did have to stop and take some water breaks after some steep inclines and I had to keep reminding my kids to watch their footing on the sharp descents, but minus some huffing and puffing, we all made it just find – including my active five year old. After a quick bathroom stop in the museum, we drove to the lake parking lot (which only has around 8 parking spaces) then hiked up some terrain steps to the lake at the top - another beautiful nature view with plenty of benches to relax. There is another two mile trail looped around the lake, but my folks were done with trails at that point! We also drove up to the campsite, which has mini-golf, a small camp store, and a pool for the campers.

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All in all, we had a very fun and full day. When we stopped at the museum/ visitor center, there were several fliers about upcoming events – most of which were free. There are also educational scavenger hunts to make things even more interesting for older kids. Big Bone Lick State Historic Site has 813 acres with 40 acres of picnic grounds, a pavilion with more restrooms, 2 playgrounds and a 62-site campground with electricity, water, grills, bathhouse, and a pool.

Just one word of caution, there is NO cell service at the park – at least my AT&T phone didn’t pick up service until we were back towards the highway.

Dana
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Sunday, May 31, 2020

Free Fishing Weekend - Kentucky

Thanks to Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, you can fish for free (no license) this weekend. It's always the first weekend of June.

 photo IMG_2635_zpsuk01rei3.jpgYou can fin fishing spots all over Kentucky.! During Family Fishing Days, no license is required to fish. 

The FINS program (fishing in neighborhoods) showcases lakes all over the state that are great for fishing.  See information here.

You can also search for fishing spots here and the FINS locations are noted.

LexFun4Kids has a great list of special events that are taking place around town for free fishing weekend.......fishing derbies are popular.

We encourage you to try out fishing this weekend! You can tie it together with a hike and picnic while you check out a new lake and park. 
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Sunday, April 26, 2020

12 Things to Know when Visiting Lost River Cave

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1.  Touring the grounds at Lost River Cave, hiking and the nature play area - FREE. Come and go all day. We did!

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2.  Plan to buy something at the gift shop - it's NICE. Like, you walk in and stop and look around and wonder - am I in the right place?

3.  It's an independent non-profit so your dollars support their educational and preservation efforts.

 photo IMG_0714_zpsu8xcmsm6.jpg4. The boat tour is worth the money.  The tour guides were funny, knowledgeable and totally in love with this place which made for a great experience.  Tip them, see #3 - they can likely use the money.

 photo IMG_0744_zpsychupsgh.jpg5. Get the junior tour guide books for the kids.  Request them in the gift shop, this activity is free and my kids love it.  They get a nice activity book to go through and are rewarded when they complete it!

6. If you live nearby, they have camps!  There were kids there having a blast over spring break.

7.  Butterfly habitat May-Sept, it's back along the trails and from the looks of it - it's worth the short hike back there to check it out when it's open.

 photo IMG_0771_zpspeugyz5b.jpg8. Hiking trails are not too treacherous which makes visiting more open to everyone!

9. They have a Nature Trading post that is open the 2nd & 4th Sat April - Oct.  It back along the trails like the butterfly habitat.  Check it out for additional experiences.

10. You can have an event there, even a wedding in the cave!  Seriously - it use the be a nightclub. I kid you not.

11. There are many places to eat nearby if you don't bring a picnic.  We grabbed frostys at Wendy's because the kids got them free after completing their junior tour guide books, there are other fast-food options between Lost River Cave and the highway but also if you head into town on Nashville Rd, there are tons of options - I noticed Lost River Pizza Co and Home Cafe which both get great reviews online.

 photo IMG_0790_zpsn7hig5um.jpg12. You will LEARN while having fun. The best kind of fun is when you take away knowledge! Like these blue holes - I know what they are and you will too - after you visit Lost River Cave!

~Stephanie
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Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Five FREE Family Attractions in Bowling Green, Kentucky

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Lost River Cave
Thought you have to pay to tour the cave, you can walk the trails and enjoy the nature play area at no cost.  It is a very interesting hiking area in terms of the different things you see (bird watching area, bridges and more) and it's manageable  - you don't need to be an intense hiker to handle it!

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Basil Griffin Park
This park has a lot of offer!  The playground is very large and has such a variety of equipment so I always recommend it since it appeals to families with kids of all ages. They also have a lake, disc golf and plenty of space for picnicking.

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Aviation Heritage Park
This area is very close to Basil Griffin Park so if you visit one, definitely visit the other.  It is small but the planes are very cool for the kids to get up close and touch, look at and learn.

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Chaney's Dairy Barn
If you can resist buying ice cream (yeah right.......), it's technically free to visit Chaney's Dairy Barn and it's an interesting spot to visit.  The shop inside is colorful and full of antiques and other items to look at and there's a play area in the back that the kids will love - particularly the young ones.  But....you really DO have to get some ice cream.....I think it's the best EVER.

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Historic Downtown Bowling Green
In the center of downtown Bowling Green, there is a lovely park with statues, fountains and beautiful landscaping.  In addition to shopping and taking in the architecture, this park is a perfect place to take a break, get some nice family photos or enjoy a snack.

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Stephanie
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Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Shelby Trails Park in Simpsonville

 photo Shelby Trails 2_zpss7qrceng.jpgShelby Trails Park in Simpsonville is one of the few places in the Louisville area that provides guided horseback trail rides. Hour-long rides are $40 per person, and run most days as long as the weather is good (call ahead for appointments). There is a minimum age of 8 and a maximum weight of 200 pounds, and the horses are very gentle so that even beginners can ride.

This post is from an experience in the past and some of their details, fees, information may have changed.

The ride itself covers a variety of terrains. In addition to somewhat steep up- and downhills, your trip will take you through mown grass, down a more meadow-y lane, over a small stretch of loose rocks, and even across a small creek. The horses on the ride walk in a single file, with guides at the front and end of the line to ensure that no one gets lost.

The weather for our trip was perfect – much nicer than expected for August when we went! You will need to wear long pants for your ride, so consider riding during a cooler month. Additionally, we were about a week-and-a-half into horsefly season, which lasts about a month, so take that into account when making plans.

 photo Shelby Trails 1_zpsln1sve17.jpg We had to keep a sharp eye out for the horseflies, which pestered us for most of the ride. Our guide, Justine, urged us to smack any that landed on our horses, because of their very painful stings (painful to both horses and humans). Fortunately for us, only Justine was stung on our ride.

We saw a rabbit on our ride, but evidently it’s not uncommon to come across other wildlife, such as deer, a fox, or a crane. The scenery is beautiful, and would be especially striking when the leaves turn in the fall. Cell phones/cameras are not allowed on the ride (or any other loose objects), but your guide will take a couple of pictures of you with her own phone, and text them to you afterwards.

My eight-year-old niece, who had previously only ridden around rings, very much enjoyed our trail ride. The only thing she didn’t like were the horseflies!

 By guest contributor: Erika
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Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Day trip to Frankfort, Kentucky - our state capitol

A Day Trip to Frankfort, Kentucky

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Over spring break, I had one day to spare from work so I told the kids we would take a day trip.  Their request: a learning trip.  We love going places to explore that have a hint of learning. Sure, there are those times for pure, giggle-full fun but more times than not, my kids want to learn. Love that!

I decided on Frankfort because it's about an hour from home so it's doable in a day without having to get up and out very early.  After breakfast, we grabbed our book about the Kentucky state capital and took to the road.

For 2020, some of these places may not be open or they may have modifications to their programming/schedule/operations. 

How to get there:
Get yourself to I64 toward Frankfort from wherever you live.  The exit I recommend is 53 onto Lawrenceburg Rd toward Frankfort.  Head into town and you can choose two ways to get to the capitol area: 1)take 60/Louisville Road east and you will arrive on the same side of the river as the capital.  2)Cross over 60/Louisville Rd and continue on Lawrenceburg Rd and you will go beyond the capital but approach it by going through the downtown area and some great historic areas. Basically, go in one way and out the other and you have it all covered!  When you take the 60/Louisville Rd route, that's when you will pass the small parking area for the scenic overlook of the capital. It's a great stop for photo opps.

 photo IMG_3454_zpszw7zivyw.jpgState capitol self-guided tour:
There are two maps online that I recommend you print and take with you for each child. Click here and here. One covers the grounds and the other the interior of the capitol building.  It really helps the kids focus on what they are seeing and appreciate the details.  We liked finding the markers for time capsules and learning tidbits of history as we walked around.

Visitor information can be found here. There's plenty of parking around the building and on adjacent streets. The hours are Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m year round. Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (April through October). It's always closed on Sunday. You just walk on in and check in with security. You can arrange for a guided tour if you prefer.

 photo IMG_7018_zpslndjiupy.jpgCliffside Diner:
This diner is right around the corner and literally on a cliff. It's a tiny place full of locals - they spotted our "out of town-ness" immediately.  We sat at the diner counter and shared burgers, fries, and chicken tenders. They had specials to try and the prices were reasonable.  We love finding these local spots. They do not serve breakfast all day.......

 photo IMG_3536_zpsep64pzvl.jpgDowntown Frankfort:
We crossed back over the river to find the main street in Frankfort.  It was quiet but we could tell that it's a wonderful place for festivals and such. Luckily, we spotted B's Bakery right before it closed.  It is the most adorable spot!  If I did this trip again, I'd go there first for coffee and pastries.  The decor was unique and the treats were not only attractive, but delicious.  We snagged a brownie, cookie and donut holes to go....for way less money than I thought at such a nice place. We sat at one of the picnic tables downtown for our snack before heading up the street to the original state capitol building and another awesome strip of shops featuring a coffee shop and local all-things-Kentucky shop.  We also were too late to explore the free Capital City Museum, so we'll have to do that next time. And, on the next trip, we are totally using the Frankfort Public Art Tour map to have a little scavenger hunt to find everything - the kids would love that.  We also drove by Liberty Hall and noticed they have tours and events.  That will go on my "next time" list.  As you can see, you can spend your day in downtown if you like!

 photo IMG_3516_zpsddrrw9uu.jpgSalato Wildlife Center:
If you go back out to 60/Louisville Rd and head west, you will get to the Salato Wildlife Center.  When we went, there were quite a few animals off exhibit so if you are planning a day, give them a call and check on the animals that are out and about their areas.  It's just $5 for adults and $3 for kids (children 4 and under receive free admission) so we didn't mind exploring when the place wasn't totally active.  We were there for about two hours and saw it all, my kids moved fast.  There are times when they have educational experiences with the staff both indoors and outdoors so ask for those times when you go in.  There's an indoor area with some hands-on educational fun, turtles, snakes and more. Outside, there is a paved path for navigating the center and the kids will love the black bear, wildcat and the play area among other exhibits. It's worth a stop if you are in Frankfort.

 photo IMG_3545_zpsds7sq7hd.jpgJuniper Hills Park:
This park is known for it's relatively new aquatic center. But, it has a nice playground area as well. We love finding a playground everywhere we go......to burn off our sugar consumption.  This playground sits up on a hill so it's a great view for relaxing while your children plan.  It was suitable for a variety of ages and way clean. This would be a perfect spot for a picnic or like we did, a short 30 minute stop to get the wiggles out before heading back home in the car. Since we were there in early spring, the restrooms were not open but they did have a clean port-a-potty nearby.

Stephanie
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Monday, February 17, 2020

Overnight Summer Camps in Kentucky

Are you looking for sleep-away camps for your kids? There are great options all over Kentucky for that overnight summer camp experience!

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Here are some options around Kentucky for sleep-away camp


Bluegrass Christian Camp - Lexington

Camp Crooked Creek - Shephardsville
Camp John Currie - Benton
Camp Earl Wallace - Monticello
Camp Robert Webb - Grayson
Camp Judy Layne - Lexington
Coach Cal Basketball Camp - Lexington
Cathedral Domain - Lexington
Youth Haven Bible Camp - Beattyville
The Cathedral Domain - Lexington
Military Adventure Camp - Millersburg
Faith Christian Camp - Annville
Camp Loucon - Leitchfield
Camp Burnamwood - Lexington
Aldersgate Camp - Ravenna
The Center for Courageous Kids - Scottsville
Barefoot Republic - Fountain Run

YMCA Camp Piomingo - Brandenburg

Camp Victory - Somerset
Ohio Valley Christian Camp - Murray
Crossings - Bagdad and Hardin
Foster Music Camps - Richmond
Reading Camp - Pine Mountain
University of Kentucky (some overnight camps) -Lexington
4-H Camp - Various locations
SCATS (Academically Talented) - Bowling Green
VAMPY (academic) - Bowling Green
Transylvania University College Prep Camps - Lexington
ImpactU at Asbury University - Wilmore

Know of more camps or want to advertise your camp?  Email info@louisvillefamilyfun.net
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Thursday, January 2, 2020

Let's Go to the Louisville Zoo - Winter Family Fun

Wintertime at our popular Kentucky destinations often means fewer people, more time to linger and discounts.

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The Louisville Zoo general admission will be reduced to $9.95 for adults (12–59) and $6.95 for children (ages 3–11) and seniors (60+) now through March 20, 2020. Monday through Friday. There are different rates for the weekend. 

The Louisville Zoo is teaming up with Kroger to help Dare to Care again support families in our community with a winter food drive during the Zoo’s Wild Winter Days presented by Kroger through March 20, 2020.

What to do: Bring at least one canned food item per person to receive $1 off winter adult or child’s admission. 


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Want to know what is needed most? Canned meats (tuna included), canned fruit, fruit juice, beans, peanut butter, soup, rice, cereal, fruit juice, pasta, and canned vegetables. Please avoid glass containers.

More details are available here.

Fall/winter hours at the Louisville Zoo are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (exit by 5 p.m.) and continue through March 20, 2020. 

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Thomas Dairy Farm and Market

Thomas Dairy Farm and Market in Cecilia, Kentucky offers pumpkin picking, hayrides, an awesome corn maze, a giant jump pad, nighttime zombie paintball, and more. 

This is a sponsored post
 photo IMG_9652_zps2gqgncxz.jpg Here is all of the information you need to know about Thomas Dairy Farm and Market, just outside of Elizabethtown. Also, here's a review by Louisville Family Fun

Hours:
Monday-Thursday: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Friday-Saturday: 10 a.m.-Midnight
Sunday: 12 p.m.- 6 p.m.
Opening day daytime- September 21st
Opening day for Zombie Paintball- September 27th 
 



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 photo Thomas Dairy Farm and Market ad 1_zpsqbewoztc.pngDaytime Attractions: Walker T's fun zone with new barnyard games, mega slides, corn pit, hayride to the pumpkin patch, 8 acre corn maze, 2 acre kiddie corn maze, tot spot, animal farm, concessions and more!

DELUXE DAYTIME ADMISSION: This admission option includes EVERYTHING there is to do during the daytime at the farm. General + jump pad + paintball shoot + premium gem mining bag $24/person
General Admission: $7/person. Children 2 years old and under are free!

The 1 acre sunflower maze is the perfect place for a family photo! This is included with admission.
The jump pad is suitable for all ages. The jump pad will be open on Saturday (10 am-6:30 pm) and Sunday (12 pm-6 pm). The jump pad package is $9/person and this also includes everything from general admission!

Daytime paintball admission- Daytime paintball shoot is back! Guest will get 60 paintballs to shoot at various targets and test out their marksman skills! This is available on Saturdays and Sundays only. admission includes general + jump pad admission + paintball shoot: $15
ZOMBIE PAINTBALL HAYRIDEThe zombie invasion has begun! Come out for a one of a kind experience on the hayride paintball trailer! This year's theme is the "Wild, Wild West" featuring a new course and even more live zombies! Suitable for all ages! Wheelchair and handicap accessible
$15/person including 125 paintballs, Walker T's fun zone, mega slides, animal farm, flashlight corn maze, bonfire

GEM MINING!: Gem mining adventure! Four different mining bags this year ranging from $4-$9/bag unique finds include seashells, arrowheads, fossils, fool's gold, quartz and more!
Gem mining admission - admission includes everything from general + jump pad admission + a premium bag of gems: $18/person
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