1.Louisville Waterfront Park
129 River Rd
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Recently the entire area known as The Waterfront has been put under the control of The Waterfront Development Corporation. I think we all know what the designation ""Corp."" means. It means $ $ $ $
2.Metro Arts Center
8360 Dixie Hwy
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Fun, relaxed,friendly atmosphere where artists are eager to learn & share.
3.Olmsted Parks Conservancy
1299 Trevilian Way
ParksAmusement Places & Arcades
This organization has completed some wonderful projects but needs to consider public sentiment as they set their goals. An example is their plan to remove the beloved teepee in Cherokee Park, a plan t
745 Briar Hill Rd
ParksPlaces Of InterestTourist Information & Attractions
Less hilly and grassier than its local cousins, Cherokee Park is mostly open meadows and woods.
5216 New Cut Rd
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The more rugged of the Louisville parks, Iroquois Park, designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, has plenty of forested hillsides and scenic vistas for those willing to walk the extra mile.
6.E P Tom Sawyer State Park
3000 Freys Hill Rd
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7.Kentucky Tom Sawyer State Park
2201 Lakeland Rd
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