Cherokee Park


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Cherokee Park

Address:745 Cochran Hill Rd
Louisville, KY 40206

Phone:502-456-8100
Fax:502-456-3269
Web: www.louisvilleky.gov/MetroParks/
Size: 409 acres.
Location:In eastern Louisville off the Eastern Parkway.
Facilities:Picnic areas, lake, bridle path, pavilions, bird sanctuary, historic structures, playgrounds, tennis courts, 9-hole golf course, archery range, horse shoe pits, mountain biking trails, other sports areas.
Activities:Fishing, bicycling, horseback riding, golf, archery, basketball, softball.
Special Features:Most visited park in Louisville. Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, noted landscape architect. Linked by parkways to Iroquois and Shawnee parks.

See other parks in Kentucky.
Parks Directory of the United States, 5th Edition. © 2007 by Omnigraphics, Inc.
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