Romance, murder, and mystery abound for Valentine's Day at several state parks.

Trouble at the Tropicabana, will be hosted Feb. 15-16 at Blue Licks Battlefield State Resort Park.

Fantastical Theatricals’ actors will entertain with an interactive mystery theater. The show is “Trouble at the Tropicabana, and I Love Lucy Spoof.” Take a walk down memory lane with Lucy, Ricky, Fred, and Ethel. What can you expect from an audience participation “murder” mystery? Fun the minute you walk in the door. Guests get a chance to mingle with Lucy, Ricky, and other cast members as they drop hints about themselves and the show and give guests a chance to ask questions. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $34.95 per person. An overnight package that includes the dinner and show, a lodge room and breakfast for two is $129. Call 1-800-443-7008.

At Greenbo Lake State Resort Park, Greenup, the production Marriage, Mob and Murder Dinner Show, will be hosted Feb. 9.

Greenbo Lake State Resort park, in partnership with Greenup County Arts Council, presents “Marriage, Mob and Murder.” The show is an interactive murder mystery performed by Murder and Merriment Interactive Murder Mystery Theatre Troupe. The show starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are $40 a person for the dinner and show. An overnight package that includes a lodge room is available for $140 a couple and includes breakfast the next day. Call Stephanie Poplin 606-473-7324 or 800-325-0083 for reservations.

Carter Caves State Resort Park, Olive Hill, hosts a Valentines Dinner Theater on Feb. 15-16.

Spend a romantic evening in the natural beauty of the Eastern Kentucky foothills. Enjoy a buffet dinner, followed by a side splitting performance by Bil Lepp. Lepp is an internationally-known storyteller and humorist whose style has been described as a satisfying blend of Bill Cosby and Jeff Foxworthy. A five-time champion of the West Virginia Liars’ Contest, his tall-tales and witty stories have earned the appreciation of listeners of all ages. Dinner begins Friday and Saturday evening at 7 p.m. Admission is $29.95 plus tax per person and includes dinner and show. The park is also offering a package that includes the dinner, show and an overnight stay in Lewis Caveland Lodge for just $120.95 plus tax for two people. Call 1-800-325-0059.

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