Parks & Recreation

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The City of Hodgenville has various leagues for our community. Below you will find printable applications for the leagues that we offer. All applications will need to be turned into Donald Sprowles who heads the department. You can also contact Mr. Sprowles at (270)358-9261 with any questions regarding the various leagues, the City of Hodgenville offers. Located behind the LaRue County Middle School, the park has one softball field, four baseball fields, 4 tennis courts, one pavilion and one swimming pool.
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Boys: Age 3-12 Cal Ripken League

  • Baseball Application (coming soon) – pdf
  • Softball Application (coming soon)- pdf
  • Weiner Application (coming soon)Ages: 3,4,5 – pdf

Girls: Age 6-14 Softball League

Softball Application (coming soon)- pdf

Tennis

Open regular park hours: M,Tue,Thr,Fri,Sat – open until all activities are finished. Closes at 6:45 on Weds & Sundays.

Pavillion

Available for rent at $25.00 an hour. (Birthday parties, Weddings, Receptions, Reunions) Please call for availability. (270)358-9261

Pool

The pool is open from 1:00 – 5:00 7 days a week. The pool opens June 1-the beginning of school $3.00 admission (infants are free) Rent from 6-9pm for parties, it is only $125.00

Community Center

The community Center is available for rent year round $25.00 per Hour.

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LaRue County Environmental Education & Research Center

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The LaRue County Environmental Education & Research Center is located a leisurely three mile ride from downtown Hodgenville. The center serves as an outdoor classroom providing educational opportunities in ecology, genetics, forestry, natural resource conservation and wildlife management. Visitors can research the Center’s library, view the documents and maps of forest inventory, review the resource plans and learn about the biological assessments. There are also planned activities and interpreter-led programs or hikes. The walking trail is a solid, chip seal surface 6 feet wide and 4400 feet in length. The topography is rolling, making it a strenuous walk for most. There are several benches along the way to rest or simply enjoy and observe the wildlife. Currently, there are 24 tree identification markers that offer an educational challenges or “guessing game” to the viewers. Approved use of the trail is for walking, jogging, or non-motorized biking. Motorized vehicles for the physically challenged are acceptable. Dirt bikes and four wheelers are not permitted.