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Bob Noble Park is Paducah’s largest park and features a wide variety of activities on over 135 acres. It’s the perfect place for a walk, family gathering, or day out with your kids!
The park is built around a 5-acre lake with a bridge and gazebo, fishing piers, a walking path, swimming pool, access to the Greenway Trail, two large playgrounds including a Boundless certified playground, tennis courts, a volleyball court, basketball courts, a skatepark, ball fields, amphitheatre, nature trail, rental facilities, and picnic shelters, Robert Cherry Civic Center, the Arts and Crafts Building are all located at Noble Park.
Located on the west side of the park is an outdoor theatre where Concerts in the Park and Movies in the Park are held during the summer months.
Children’s Memorial Garden
The garden which contains benches, a marker, and several varieties of Dogwood trees is located across from the tennis courts. Dedicated by the Paducah Civic Beautification Board in 1996 in memory of the 19 children who lost their lives in the Oklahoma City bombings.
The Greenway Trail is gravel and located next to the skatepark and Arts and Crafts Building.
Arts and Crafts Building
Next to the baseball field parking lot, this facility is available for rent. The building offers heat and air-conditioning, restrooms, and several appliances. Behind the building is a large, covered pavilion with several picnic tables. After you’ve made your own art, you can check out Lowertown Art District where you can view the art of the local favorites.
The Nature Trail was a gift from members of the Paducah Garden Club. Tree species are labelled on the quarter mile long trail and has several benches.
Address & Hours of Operation
2801 Park Ave, Paducah, KY 42001
Open 5:00am-8:00pm, every day of the week