Kavanaugh will have other activities going on, but groups can schedule use of camp facilities/equipment around the camp schedule. Options include:

  • Soccer field
  • Baseball field
  • Hiking
  • Chapel
  • Sports equipment, like Frisbees, balls, etc.
  • Campfire rings


Louisville Mega Cavern

Underground zip lines, aerial ropes course, bike park, tram tours and more.

Kentucky Derby Museum

Two floors of interactive exhibits, a tour of historic Churchill Downs and a showing of The Greatest Race, a one-of-a-kind 360-degree, high definition film.

Kentucky Science Center

Hands-on science exhibits for visitors of all ages. You can also enjoy an IMAX movie while you’re there.

Louisville Zoo

More than 1,500 animals on 134 acres of natural settings. The Zoo’s award-winning Islands, Gorilla Forest and Glacier Run exhibits have been recognized for their excellence and innovation.

Louisville Slugger Museum

See the world’s tallest bat and learn about the bat making process from forest to factory. Discover the world’s oldest baseball grove. Face down a 90 mpg fastball, and much more!

Louisville Bats

Head out to beautiful Louisville Slugger Field to watch the Louisville Bats, the Triple-A minor league affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds.

Muhammad Ali Center

Features an interactive museum, educational programming, and special events to inspire young adults and adults to pursue greatness in their own lives, communities, and countries.

Frazier History Museum

Come face to face with some of the people and stories that changed the world forever. Covering more than 1,000 years of stories, a walk through the Frazier Museum is a journey through time and across continents.

Belle of Louisville

Since her berth in 1914, the Belle of Louisville has taken over 7 million people for a cruise on America’s inland waterways. The Belle is America’s last true Mississippi river steamboat still in operation.

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