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Kentucky Action Park, Cave City

(3.3/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
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  • Went to play our family vacation traditional mini golf, course was OK, our middle school boys made us crack up riding the mechanical pony and posting on snap chat. Also did the alpine slide, was fun r...  more »
  • The Alpine slide is fun. Some of the attractions could use a bit of updating, but our boys (7 and 8) loved it. Mom and Dad liked it, too.  more »
  • We were looking for something to do in the early evening (everything closes around 5pm!), so we decided to check out Kentucky action park because we had driven by it earlier in the day and saw they ha...  more »
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  • I gave it three stars and here is why! There was little to no wait time for the attractions which was great. The slide was so fun but the guide was very unprofessional. Talked of a guy's ear getting ripped off on the slide in front of my kids. And getting drunk and going down the slide in the dark. Needless to say I didn't like this part. The go carts are fun if they can keep them running. Bumper cars were the best thing there by far they were fast and functional. The staff was all a bit off to me. Some seamed hung over and just plain burnt out. The bumper boats where not in working order so fail there. The put put was OK but kinda a joke as far as put put goes. So take from this what you may. It is an older location. It is a bit run down. There are loose rules to follow. It was worth the $100.00 we spent for the day. Take drinks! Wear sunscreen and whatever you do don't stay in the cabins! They are dreadful
  • Had a wonderful time last weekend. Highly recommend purchasing the all-day pass if you plan to be there more than a few hours. My wife, son and I spent just over $100.00 for the whole day including lunch, horseback riding and a picture. Our 5 year old got to do several of the attractions more than once, and he really loved the cave tour! We will definitely be back next time we're in town. Thanks for a great day!
  • This place was fun, but old. The years show on everything at this park. As far as nearby entertainment, the Kentucky Action Park is worth checking out. The daily pass gives unlimited rides on the Chair Lift, Alpine Slide, Go Karts, Bumper Cars, Bumper Boats, Trampoline, Rock Wall, Miniature Golf and one trip to Outlaw Cave and if you have the time to do all but the miniature golf multiple times before 6pm, it is worth it. Zip Line, Horseback Riding, Green River Canoe and old time photos are all a separate price. The place looks run down, and the van ride to the cave doesn't help that run down feeling any, as it is in an 80's model beat up looking van and you are taken to the back side of the woods to a sketchy looking door entrance to the cave. The cave was a refreshing spot to hit on a hot summer day, but if you have been to any of the other caves in the area, this one is tiny in comparison. The cave tour guide was really into the tour though and kept it entertaining. Some of the other staff, on the other hand, were a bit disgruntled and even expressed it during their "safety brief." They also seemed short handed as the trampoline and rock wall were unmanned for a while as kids waited and only one of the two activities could be ran at a time. It would be better if they looked like they tried to keep the place looking new, but from what I have heard, this place has looked the same for over 20 years.
  • This place turned my damn frown upside down, man. I chose to slide without a plastic raft because I'm the gnarliest gnome around town, boy. I'll tell you what no matter what kinda mood ur in sliding down a concrete slide on ur bare bum with not a single care in the world is worth it, buddy. My ass dont even bleed much anymore. #gnarlygnomes #readitandweep
  • Highly disappointed in the customer service. If I ran a business of this type, one that you advertise as a place for people to vaction, Everything is CLOSED AT 6! It doesn't even get dark for 2 more hours! You hear employees saying "ok it's time to get everyone to stay out and not buy tickets!, So We Can Go Home!" Seriously?? I would be OPEN until everyone was gone on their own, not shoving them out LOSEING MONEY!! It was very a RUDE and Disgusting experience.