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Profile of Iroquois Park in Louisville

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First planned as a "scenic reservation" by Frederick Law Olmstead, Iroquois Park in Louisville is known for its panoramic views, its large open-air amphitheater, and its golf course. There is automobile access to overlook views via Uppill Road during certain times of the year, but foot and bicycle access to the top of Iroquois Park is accessible year-round, making this particular park attractive to hikers, runners, and snow-going adventurers even in colder calendar months. The park is spawning at 739-acres and offers various amenities that provide diversified outdoor recreation.

Location:

Iroquois Park
5214 New Cut Road
Louisville, KY 40214
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Overlook Access Hours:

While pedestrians and bicyclists are able to access the overlook paths and roads year-round, automobiles are only able to access the roadways to the top of Iroquois Park hill from April 1st to October 28th of each year. Even during its open season, cars are only allowed on the Iroquois Park roadways from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Popular Park Features:

  • Iroquois Ampitheater
  • Iroquois Golf Course
  • Overlook View of Louisville
  • Frisbee Golf Course
  • Horseback Riding Trails
  • Hiking, Biking, and Walking Trails and Roadways

Other Features:

  • Archery Range
  • Basketball Courts
  • Picnic Shelters, Tables, and Grills
  • Playgrounds and Water-Play Areas
  • Tennis Courts

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