Signs for Summit Golf Course and the Audubon Sanctuary
Coming into Owensboro.
The City of Owensboro, also know as Kentucky's Festival City, offers three museums, many historic buildings, picturesque riverfront, and more. Owensboro's major festivals and events attract thousands of visitors from all over the U.S. and around the world to the city every year.
View of bridge spanning river.
Stroll down the "Hometown Hero" Hall of Fame located within the Owensboro Daviess County Convention & Visitor's Bureau on 2nd Street and view the celebrities that have reached national or international acclaim in their fields that are from Owensboro and the surrounding regions. http://visitowensboro.com
Riverpark Center Sign
River Park Center
Audubon Elementary School
Ben Hawes Sign
Located 1 mile north of Hwy 60
Hwy 60 has been designated a safety corridor
Ben Hawes Park. This a city park offering 300 acres including 9-hole and 18-hole golf courses, driving range, pro shop, mountain bike and walking trails, plus a large recreational park.
Dream Riders of Kentucky. A facility that offers therapeutic horseback riding programs for individuals with disabilities.
Once the home of the Cowboys of Kentucky Equine Center
Rich farmland in the flat river bottoms of Western Kentucky