Grand Rivers is a home rule-class city in Livingston County, Kentucky, in the United States. The population was 382 at the 2010 census, up from 343 in 2000. It is part of the Paducah micropolitan area.
Restaurants in Grand Rivers
5 based on 276 reviews
Shows at the Badgett Theatre in Grand Rivers rival anything you can find in Branson or Nashville. High-caliber talent, music and performances right here in West Kentucky! The Playhouse is a 6,000-square-foot facility located on JH O'Bryan in Grand Rivers behind the Welcome Center. It features state-of-the-art sound and lighting (including moving light fixtures), and 15 exciting shows per year!
Really enjoy their first Christmas show of the season. The music was very upbeat and some comedy too. The performers were very talented and enjoyed what they were doing making it even more fun. Never got the impression that they were just going thru the steps and music just to get it over with. The ending is simply beautiful. Highly recommend.
4.5 based on 66 reviews
Were looking for something to do on a hot summer afternoon, and chose to go to Maggie's Jungle Golf. Had a wonderful afternoon playing miniature golf. What made this a real treat was being in the cool shade on a hot day. A well-maintained facility, and one where the whole family can enjoy some time together for a very reasonable price. You won't be disappointed.
4 based on 18 reviews
So many things to look at! Loved the mix of merchandise. Very cute store. We spent about 30 minutes there and bought a rug for the camper. They have everything from clothes and jewelry to home items and decor. I really enjoyed this place. You've got to stop in when in Grand Rivers.
5 based on 34 reviews
Easy to find, park, and get around inside. One of the best laid out antique malls we have seen. It's very clean and organized, with spotless restrooms. The prices are reasonable. The employees are helpful and generally know the inventory of their vendors. Allow at least 90 minutes to look at all the booths if it is your first time.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Jade and Earth Spa and Health Club is located inside Green Turtle Bay Resort and is family owned and operated. Our level of excellence can be contributed to our outstanding crew! The spa was created with YOU in mind. Life can be hectic but here, the focus is on YOU. Please visit our website to see what we have going on or give us a call. We would love to talk with you.
Perfect in any way! nice and clean, stuff was very friendly. Will come back for sure. It has everything you need for a weekend gateway.
4.5 based on 55 reviews
First of all, as you enter, they promise a treetop experience, and it is in no way, shape, manner, or form a treetop experience. Secondly, the zip lines are in dire need of being reconfigured in several areas. On at least 4 of their lines, there is a chance that you will not make it to the other end and may get stranded due to the lines not being taut enough. It happened to several members of my group, including myself. The staff knows this, and one staff member said that its been a problem for quite a while. I have zip lined numerous times, and when one staff member suggested it was the wind blowing the wrong direction that causes the problem, I could not hold back my laughter. The wind blowing in a certain direction will not affect a properly laid zip line. I have no idea who I would recommend do the zip lines at this facility because a beginner is not going to get an experience that will keep them wanting to zip line in the future, and an experienced zip liner will be completely bored. All in all, a very disappointing experience.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
Nice well-kept Marina. Right on the beautiful late. Just south of 62 not too far off of 24. Everything was beautiful with great water views.
4.5 based on 83 reviews
... an electric power engineer. The generators went in service about 70 years ago, and have been upgraded at least once, along with what appear to be newer generator step-up transformers. TVA still has what looks like the original bulk-oil 161 kV circuit breakers in service in the switchyard, but the adjacent lower voltage yard has some more modern equipment. The walk across the length of the dam is a pleasant way to break up a long drive. The husband-and-wife team of volunteer hosts at the Visitor Center were quite knowledgeable of much of TVA's history.
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