Stay Just Two Minutes from Kentucky Oaks Mall in Paducah
Situated right off I-24, the Country Inn & Suites, Paducah, KY keeps you close to the area’s top things to do, including QuiltWeek at the Schroeder Expo Center, located about five miles to the east. You can shop ‘til you drop at Kentucky Oaks Mall, located just two minutes away, or walk to a wide range of nearby restaurants
. Head downtown to ride through the streets in a horse-drawn carriage or to view incredible creations at The National Quilt Museum. Are you in town with family? Buy some sturdy hiking boots next door at Academy Sports + Outdoors, and then take a day trip to the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area to spot local wildlife. For something a little less strenuous, enjoy a leisurely picnic in the great outdoors at Bob Noble Park or Fort Massac State Park.
Shopping and Entertainment:
- Kentucky Oaks Mall (0.2 miles)
Shop your favorite stores, including JCPenney, Old Navy and F.Y.E., and then drop by the food court to refuel with a sandwich from Chick-fil-A or a full meal at Red Lobster. You can also rest your feet while enjoying a Hollywood blockbuster at the Cinemark Theatre.
Phone: +1 (270) 444-0440
- Bluegrass Downs (2.2 miles)
If you’re feeling lucky, stop by Bluegrass Downs and pick the winning horse in a number of races held on Fridays and Saturdays. Before you leave, grab a bite to eat at the clubhouse.
Phone: +1 (270) 444-7117
- Paducah International Raceway (11.6 miles)
Check the schedule to see what’s happening at this local 3/8-mile-long clay oval racetrack. Events range from demolition derbies to races for Mod Lites, Street Stocks and Bomber Cars.
Phone: +1 (270) 898-7469
- The National Quilt Museum (5.4 miles)
Pay a visit to The National Quilt Museum to see astounding fiber art. The building features three galleries, including one for the permanent collection and two others that showcase special traveling exhibits.
Phone: +1 (270) 442-8856
- River Discovery Center (5.6 miles)
Kids love the state-of-the-art boat simulator at this museum dedicated to educating the public about the influence rivers have on the natural environment.
Phone: +1 (270) 575-9958
- Paducah Railroad Museum (6 miles)
Learn all about how railroads have shaped and molded this region through this museum’s informative displays and artifacts. If you’ve ever wanted to drive a train, don’t miss your chance to climb aboard the realistic simulator.
Phone: +1 (270) 908-6451
Parks and Recreation:
- Bob Noble Park (2.9 miles)
This 135-acre park features everything you need for a fun-filled afternoon, including basketball, tennis and volleyball courts, fishing piers on the lake, a Boundless playground and a nature trail. During the summer, visit the amphitheater to watch movies and local concerts.
Phone: +1 (270) 444-8800
- Fort Massac State Park (8.7 miles)
Located just across the state line in Illinois, this 1,500-acre park has everything from an 18-hole disc golf course to hiking trails, lakes and picnic shelters.
Phone: +1 (615) 524-4712
- Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area (31.3 miles)
Bounded by Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley, this 170,000-acre recreation area offers plenty of trails for hikers and exciting fishing for anglers. You can also check out an 1850s working farm and living history museum.
Phone: +1 (800) 525-7077
- The Carson Center (1.9 miles)
With seating for more than 1,800 people, The Carson Center is home to concerts, fundraising events and trade shows. It overlooks the confluence of the Ohio and Tennessee Rivers.
Phone: +1 (270) 450-4444
- John’s PASS Carriage Service (5.5 miles)
Tour downtown in an elegant, horse-drawn carriage for a unique view of Paducah or a romantic date-night ride.
Phone: +1 (270) 243-4365
- Purple Toad Winery (5.5 miles)
Kentucky’s largest winery sits on the outskirts of town and offers plenty of fun for vino-loving adults. Walk through the vineyards and then sample award-winning sweet wines like “Black & Bruised” in the tasting room.
Phone: +1 (270) 554-0010