There are abundant tourism and recreational attractions in Muhlenberg County.  Lake Malone, spanning 788 acres in southern Muhlenberg County, provides water recreation such as swimming, boating, and fishing.  The lake and surrounding hardwood forest form Lake Malone State Park, where camping is also available.  Peabody Wildlife Management area provides a large number of hunting and fishing areas for sportmsan.  Muhlenberg County Rails to Trails is a six mile walking, biking, and fitness trail between Greenville and Central City.  Walking trails are also available in Dunmor, Beechmont, and Bremen.  Paradise Park in Powderly is a replica of a 1920’s coal-mining town featuring the birthplace home of the late Merle Travis.  The nicely shaded park area includes a picnic area for family outings.  The Brizendine Brothers Nature Park is a pristine 12-acre woodland located adjacent to the Muhlenberg South Middle School in Greenville.  Central City Convention Center is a state-of-the-art facility that has group fitness rooms, raquetball courts, a gymnasium, competition sized swimming pool, therapy pool, sauna, and classes in many many types of physical fitness.

Central City Tourism Commission –
Greenville Tourism Commission –
Central City Convention Center –
Felix Martin Hall  –