Now through April 1, 2010 Audubon State Park will be offering special rates on their cottages and meeting rooms. Special rates are available for state employees, seniors, AAA and Kentucky Farm Bureau members, and weekday bookings. So whether it’s a wedding, shower or getaway, here’s the perfect place to start your planning!
Audubon State Park has five 1-bedroom cottages and one ADA-accessible 2-bedroom cottage with double beds a living room, fully-equipped kitchen and a bath. Each of the 1-bedroom cottages has a hide-a-bed and a large stone fireplace with complementary firewood. Tableware, cooking utensils and linens are provided, with fresh linens available daily. Cottages are available by late afternoon. Check out by 11AM, Central Time. Contact park for cottage reservations. Price ranges are seasonal from $80.00 – $160.00 per night. Call for special discounts.
The Friends of Audubon Meeting Room is a 53-X-22-foot space in the basement of the Museum that is accessible by elevator and stairs. It also doubles as an art gallery with rotating exhibits on the walls. Rental of this space includes 14 tables and 190 chairs. The Meeting Room also features a catering prep kitchen that includes entrance/exit breezeways off the room, a full-sized refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, sink, and prep tables. Separate Men’s and Women’s restrooms are located just outside the entrance of the room. The Meeting Room is used for business meetings, lectures, birthday parties, family reunions and wedding receptions. Special discounts are now available for weekday bookings.
The Museum Garden is a 140-X-95-foot space enclosed in a four-foot brick wall and bordered by flowerbeds. Rental of this space includes use of the Museum Porch, Museum Garden Area, and public restrooms located at the Teahouse. The Museum Garden is rented for outdoor receptions and weddings. Special discounts are now available including up to half-off for a weekday booking.
Audubon State Park is located off Highway 41 N in Henderson. The beautiful park has 705 acres and a 28-acre lake. Part of the park is a state nature preserve, and the museum proudly displays one of the world’s largest collections of original Audubon artworks. Other activities to enjoy include hiking, fishing and boating.
For more information visit parks.ky.gov. For booking information call the Audubon Park Office at (270) 826-2247.