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This is a 17 acre municipal park with a playground, sidewalks, tennis, benches for people watching, picnic tables, arbor, etc. It was a rainy day so everything seemed kind of gloomy but we still decided to walk along the sidewalk around the outside of the...More
I live in Old Louisville, on one block from Central Park. The park has wonderful events--Shakespeare Festival, and music concerts throughout the summer. It isn't a very large park, but it is nice to have a bit of green space so close to my house.
Must see stop. We walk dogs there frequently. It's location is very handy and it has nice scheduled events. I see people playing tennis there a lot. Nice and shady with a fountain. So great for summer.
This park in the Old Louisville area includes the Visitor Center for Old Louisville, walking trails, numerous trees, tennis courts, a water feature for children in season (off during my visit Oct. 18, 2017), several benches, and an amphitheater.
I enjoyed walking through the park...More
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We fell in love with Central Park. Jackie is the best. The breakfast is nothing short of amazing. We will stay anytime we are close to the Louisville area. In fact...More
Louisville's Central Park is easy to get to, south of the downtown area along South Fourth Street. It's a good place for a relaxing stroll in the middle of a busy city. The south edge of the park leads into St. James Court which has...More
It's one of the smaller Olmsted designed Louisville parks but is much better when Shakespeare in the Park is going on in the summer. It's also nice during the Saint James Art Show in October or when there are a few jazz shows in September....More