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Find the Top Attractions near Bryce Inn, Smiths Grove

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Looking for top attractions in Smiths Grove around the Bryce Inn, but not sure where to start? From Ed Spear Park to RiverWalk at Mitch McConnell Park that make this property preferred choice for guest visiting these attractions.

Discover the best sights and activities close to Bryce Inn with this top attractions list!

Ed Spear Park

Ed Spear Park Smiths Grove is a park located in the city of Springfield, Missouri. The park was established in 1974 and has a total area of 7.5 acres. The park features a playground, a ball field, a basketball court, and a fishing pond. The park also has a walking trail that runs through it.

0.27 miles away

Christmas @ Pig

Pig Smiths Grove is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Tri-Cities area. The farm offers a wide variety of activities for children, including a petting zoo, train rides, and a Christmas storybook village. The farm also has several food options, including a Thanksgiving feast and a winter wonderland buffet.

5.79 miles away

Ephram White Park

Ephram White Park Smiths Grove is a public park located in southwest Springfield, Illinois. The park was established in 1937 and is home to a variety of wildlife, including deer, rabbits, and squirrels. The park also contains a playground, a basketball court, and a picnic pavilion.

7.71 miles away

Bell's Tavern

Located in Smiths Grove, Tayvin Gardens is a botanical garden and arboretum with over 2,000 varieties of plants. The gardens were started in 1993 by Diane and Jay Tayvin, who wanted to create a place where people could come to learn about plant life and enjoy the outdoors. The gardens are open daily from 9am to 4:30pm, and admission is free. There is also a gift shop and restaurant on site.

9.33 miles away

Diamond Caverns

Diamond Caverns Smiths Grove is a 6-hour drive from Louisville, Kentucky and worth the trip. The caverns are home to some of the largest and most beautiful crystal formations in the world. During the day, you can walk through the caves and see all of the amazing crystals littering the walls and ceilings. At night, you can visit the cave's light show, which features more than 1,000 lights set up within the caverns.

9.48 miles away

Mammoth Cave National Park

Smiths Grove, located in the heart of Mammoth Cave National Park, is a popular spot for visitors who want to experience the park's natural wonders without having to hike long distances. The grove features a variety of short trails that connect to one another and lead visitors through lush forests and open meadows.

The Smiths Grove visitor center is located at the entrance to the grove and offers exhibits on the park's geology and wildlife. There are also ranger-led tours available that explore some of the park's most interesting features, such as the dramatic waterfalls at Echo River.

9.96 miles away

River Styx Spring, Mammoth Cave National Park

Mammoth Cave National Park is home to the River Styx Spring, which originates high in the central part of the park. The spring pours forth from a natural knickpoint in the limestone and flows into a narrow, steep-sided ravine. The water is cold and clear, with a slightly sulfurous odor. Visitors can find the spring at the end of an easy 0.6-mile loop hike on the park's Smiths Grove trail.

The spring was first discovered by a party led by explorer William Pilcher, who named it after the river of Hades in Greek mythology. The area around the spring was explored extensively by cave explorers during the late 1800s and early 1900s, and many notable discoveries were made here, including the entrance to Mammoth Cave proper. The trail to the spring is well-maintained, but it can be crowded in the summer months.

11.25 miles away

Engine No. 4

Smiths Grove Engine No. 4 is a steam engine that still operates today, providing power to the town of Smiths Grove. The engine was built in 1868 and is one of the oldest operational steam engines in the United States. Smiths Grove Engine No. 4 was designated a national historic landmark.

11.38 miles away

RiverWalk at Mitch McConnell Park

The RiverWalk at Mitch McConnell Park Smiths Grove is a 2.5-mile walkway that winds its way through the park, providing a beautiful view of the Ohio River. The RiverWalk connects the McConnell Park Nature Center with the east side of the park and features a variety of amenities including a children's play area, benches, and fishing spots. The RiverWalk is open from dawn to dusk year-round and is wheelchair accessible.

12.63 miles away

The Bryce Inn is an excellent, budget-friendly accommodation that provides easy access to the city's most sought after attractions; book this Smiths Grove hotel today!

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