Things to Do in Bowling
Find your starting line to fun!
What's open in BGKY? We have the yellow light signaling a cautious reopening as attractions including the National Corvette Museum and Lost River Cave are available again as of June 8. Embrace nature at the Baker Arboretum or hit the trails at Shanty Hollow Lake while being safely social distanced. All City and County parks including Aviation Heritage Park are now open for use of trails, water access, disc golf courses and green spaces in addition to City Park playgrounds. Retail shopping reopened May 20 (please, masks are required indoors), and restaurants are serving in-person at 50% capacity indoors and full capacity outdoors. Bookmark our Covid-19 Resources page for the most up-to-date information regarding our hospitality partners. #MaskUpKentucky
See why Bowling Green is "Geared for fun" at the well-known spots like the National Corvette Museum and the GM Corvette Assembly Plant, where you get a behind-the-scenes look at an American classic, both the car and the dedicated work force! If you're geared for speed, get behind the wheel or in the passenger seat at the NCM Motorsports Park, where there's even family-friendly fun at the Kartplex.
Need to escape the daily hustle? Don’t crawl in a hole, at Lost River Cave, you can ride by boat into an underground labyrinth. Then watch as racers crawl into the drivers’ seat at Beech Bend Raceway after the kids burn their rubber at the adjacent Beech Bend Amusement Park and Splash Lagoon. But don’t stop there!
Cruise the slow lane to discover our hidden gems like beautiful Downtown Fountain Square, Chaney’s Dairy Barn, the Historic Railpark & Train Museum, and Riverview at Hobson Grove. In Bowling Green, we’re respectful of our Civil War history, boastful of our aviators, proud of our heritage, and downright giddy about our future!