Are you starving for some outdoor fun. Exhausting all of your ideas to keep your family busy and entertained while we're staying Healthy @ home? Check out our "Distance Recreation" page for ideas, activities, scavenger hunts, videos, fitness challenges, virtual summer camps, and more.
Paducah Parks and Recreation has teamed up with Ozzie Smith's Sports Academy to host a baseball/softball camp in Paducah. Click HERE for more information.
Paducah Parks and Recreation, the City of Paducah, and Independence Bank are proud to bring you a Fireworks Show this 4th of July.
Check out this video introducing Paducah Parks & Recreation. There are many great things happening at Paducah Parks & Recreation. A major project just completed in February of 2020 was the update of our Master Plan. We encourage you to read through this document.
Every day there are free activities to partake in such as walking or biking the Greenway Trail, taking the family to a playground, going disc golfing at Stuart Nelson Park, or taking pictures of the beautiful scenery along the Ohio River at Schultz Park. When you take advantage of any of these activities, parks, or programs we offer, share your experience on social media by using #AlwaysSomethingToDo or tagging Paducah Parks when posting.
We hope you find that there is always something to do while you’re in Paducah.
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, THE PADUCAH PARKS & RECREATION OFFICE IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19). ADDITIONALLY, THE PADUCAH RECREATION CENTER AND ALL PADUCAH PARKS & RECREATION PLAYGROUNDS ARE CLOSED.
How to Register for Paducah Parks & Recreation Programs
There are three ways to register for programs and activities. CURRENTLY YOU MAY REGISTER ONLINE OR BY CALLING 270-444-8508 SINCE OUR OFFICE IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC.
In Office: Stop by the Paducah Parks & Recreation Office at 1400 HC Mathis Drive and register with cash, check, or debit/credit card. The Parks & Recreation Office is currently closed to the public due to COVID-19.
Paducah Homegrown Farmers' Market
Summer Tennis Clinics
The Paducah Tennis Association and Paducah Parks & Recreation are providing Summer Tennis Clinics for kids ages 4 to 18 at the Noble Park Tennis Courts. These clinics are for beginner, intermediate and advanced tennis players held on Sunday afternoons from July 2 – August 2.
The beginner level is for players entering Kindergarten through 2nd grade and must be at least four years old. Beginners will meet from 1:00-2:00 p.m. and is $75. The intermediate level is for kids going into 3rd through 12th grades who are new to the sport or are not active in summer USTA tournaments. The intermediate level will meet from 2:15-3:45 p.m. and is $95. The advanced level is for players active in summer USTA tournaments or have been in the advanced level before. Advanced players will play from 4:00-5:30 p.m. and is $95.
You can pre-register by calling the Paducah Parks & Recreation Office at 270-444-8508 or online at www.paducahky.gov/registration. The pre-registration deadline is Thursday, July 9. Registration will also be available on-site the first day at the Noble Park Tennis Courts. However, spots are limited and registration is encouraged before the first day.
The mission of Paducah Parks & Recreation is to provide an affordable and positive comprehensive system of recreation programs designed to enhance the quality of life for the residents of the City of Paducah as well as surrounding communities.
Send mail to:
Paducah Parks & Recreation
P.O. Box 7265
Paducah, KY 42002-7265
E-Mail questions should be addressed to the staff member listed with the program or web section. If you have general questions, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit Paducah Parks & Recreation Videos to view television programs on all things Parks & Recreation, produced by the City and the television department at West Kentucky Community and Technical College.