Jul 25, 2022

Keep Cool at Waterfront Park

A message from our Executive Director, Deborah Bilitski: July is National Park and Recreation Month, a time to recognize and reflect upon the important role parks play in our communities

Nov 05, 2020

LG&E’s Plant for the Planet Helps to Replace Ailing Trees in Waterfront Park.

Work is underway to replace ailing trees along River Road. This work is part of a long-range plan to replace nearly 300 Ash trees which have been susceptible to the Emerald

Oct 29, 2020

Waterfront Park named 2nd best place to socially distance outdoors by Leo Weekly

We would like to thank the readers of LEO Weekly for voting Waterfront Park as the second-best place to social distance outdoors. We are thrilled to receive this honor as

(Un)Known Project
Aug 07, 2020

Waterfront Park Collaborates with IDEAS xLab and others on the (Un)Known Project

Waterfront Park is proud to be working in collaboration with IDEAS xLab, the Frazier History Museum, Roots 101, as well as various departments within Louisville Metro Government to support the

Jul 16, 2020

Waterfront Park lighting the Big Four Bridge green to recognize World Urban Parks

In recognition of World Urban Parks, Waterfront Park has lit the Big Four Bridge lights green to recognize the importance and value of parks, openspaces and their stewards during COVID-19.

Jun 29, 2020

Waterfront Park Announces Reopening for Events

Waterfront Park Announces Reopening for EventsPark to begin hosting events based on new State guidelines Beginning today, Waterfront Park will open event permitting for those wishing to host events in

WFPK Waterfront Wednesday
Jun 25, 2020

91.9 WFPK and Waterfront Park Cancel the 2020 WFPK Waterfront Wednesday Season

After careful consideration, 91.9 WFPK Independent Louisville and Waterfront Park are announcing the cancellation of the 2020 WFPK Waterfront Wednesday concert season. We plan to resume in Spring 2021. The

Jun 24, 2020

Waterfront Park Workouts brought to you by Phocus

Workouts at Waterfront Park are back! Whether you’re remaining healthy at home or looking for a workout you can do anywhere, stay active with Workouts at Waterfront Park, featuring local

Jun 04, 2020

A silent force. After 32 years, woman who turned a junkyard into Waterfront Park retires

Sometimes those who contribute the most do it with quiet grace and resolve. Marlene is one of those leaders and we are eternally grateful. Read more about this amazing woman

May 29, 2020

Starting To Reopen & New Offerings

Park visitors will see more frequent food truck offerings near the base of the Big Four Bridge on the weekends as well as throughout other areas of the park Hometown

May 21, 2020

Waterfront Park lighting the Big Four Bridge white to honor National EMS Week

In recognition of National EMS Week, Waterfront Park has lit the Big Four Bridge lights white to honor those who provide the day-to-day lifesaving services Since 1974, President Ford declared