Paducah is a city in the state of Kentucky located in the southwestern corner of the state close to the Ohio River and Garden of the Gods Recreational Area. The area was settled around 1820 and the economy kickstarted right away due to incorporation, railroads, and steamboats. Trading and transporting was an important element in the economy and Paducah was lucky enough to be set near the Ohio River which was excellent for transportation. The new railroad also helped in securing Paducah as an important Kentucky stronghold. In the early 20th century Paducah became the largest locomotive workshop in the nation. Ever since, the city has not stopped growing and developing. Paducah features lots of great things to do, both indoors and outdoors.
Paducah is a home to landmarks, sights, museums, amazing restaurants, parks and recreational areas. Anything you would like to do on your holiday to have fun is available here. Both relaxation, adventure and fun is present in Paducah. Explore the famous landmarks and learn more about the history of the city.
Visit the Floodwall Murals which is a historical monument and a memorial of the 1937 flood, and it also tells the story of the city. It is like an interactive historical museum, where you can overlook the Ohio River as well.
The Paducah Riverwalk is a nice area which is also home to the Mural Walls. You can have a great little picnic here, go on a riverside stroll, or watch the animals and birds around the area. Moreover, one of the biggest landmarks in Paducah is the Wacinton Sculpture which is a roadside sculpture made out of a 56,000-pound fallen tree. The artists did an amazing job and this site is a must see.
Additionally, the city features lots of various museums and cultural centers. Visit the first ever National Quilt Museum which is an internationally-recognized quilt museum houses only the finest fiber quits. This is a top attraction and visitors travel from all over the world to see it. For wonderful outdoor activities, visit the Kentucky Lake and the Land Between the Lakes. Located in the heart of this area explore the Mike Miller County Park which features nice hiking and biking trails, fishing amenities, and lots of water sports.
The best area to stay at Paducah is Avondale Heights where lots of restaurants, bars, cafes, landmarks, and other points of interests are just a few steps away. Vacation rentals in Paducah KY are very popular and you can easily find a good vacation home for your trip. If you are traveling with family and friends and need a large house with lots of bedrooms and bathrooms, full kitchens, lovely dining areas, and a fire pit as well, just browse the listings and find the perfect vacation rental for your needs. Plenty of vacation home rentals are available, and you do not have to use your email address to browse the listings.
The best time to visit Paducah is in September when the weather is amazing and there is a very little chance of rain. From May until October the average weather is 85 degrees, and July is the hottest month when the temperature can get up to 90 degrees. After October the weather slowly turns very cold and it falls below 50 degrees in the winter months. January is the coldest month with the average of 28 degrees. Between March and August a good few inches of rainfall is expected, but Paducah is mostly dry throughout the rest of the year.
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If you have to have internet access during your time in Paducah, then you can choose from over 159 places to stay that have WiFi internet. 55 of our accommodations include a breakfast in the price. Fitness addicts can get a workout in during their stay by choosing from 16 accommodations that have gyms. Driving to Paducah? Then choose one of the 166 places to stay that comes with a parking spot included. 26 hotels and vacation rentals come with a pool or jacuzzi
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