Old Mulkey Meeting House Things To Do
Basketball court and 4-square for public use.
Sandhill crane and Canada geese are visible during their Nov-Dec and Feb-Mar migrations. Fall brings the redwing blackbirds, starlings and finches. Throughout the year wild turkey visit the Meetinghouse yard and cemetery. Over two dozen birdhouses have been placed in sight of the developed areas of the park allowing visitors to enjoy the comings and goings of their inhabitants from nearby benches or picnic tables.
The gift shop, located in the park office, features books on the history of Old Mulkey, Kentucky handcrafts and souvenirs.
Grab your favorite set of horsehoes and come out to enjoy some friendly competition at our horseshoe pits.
Interested in pioneer history, the restoration era, or your own family’s genealogy? There’s something for you in the records at Old Mulkey. Peruse a copy of the church “book of records” (dated 1798), enjoy the library or leaf through our “family files”.
Enjoy one of the many picnic areas located throughout the park. Picnic areas and/or shelter may be reserved for next family reunion, wedding reception or corporate picnic. Contact park staff for rates and availability.
Our large playground beckons visitors of all ages to climb, swing and slide! Corn toss boards and bags may be checked out for use during your visit. Contact park staff.
Some call it a scavenger hunt, some an exercise in critical thinking…either way questing is a great way for people to be outdoors while learning about the natural and historical significances of an area! Old Mulkey’s quest, The View from the Pulpit, takes visitors through the old church records, the cemetery, the Meetinghouse and even exploring park signage. Do you have what it takes to complete the quest? All you need is a pencil, a little time and a copy of the quest to find out!
To view the quest, visit http://www.kentuckyquesting.ky.gov/find/monroe.htm. The first 500 people to complete the quest will receive a prize. You may receive printed copies of the quest at the park office (the “kid’s quest” is recommended for students through 4th grade and must be printed from the site).
The meeting house and grounds can be seen free of charge. See Hours of Operation. Self-guided tours are complimented by a recorded audio interpretation during regular park hours. Guided tours by appointment.