Jan 22 , 2020

Waterfront Park in the News

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Waterfront Park is honored to have been mentioned in a variety of different articles. Please take a moment and glance through:

Forbes ArticleLouisville: The Speed Art Museum Honors Kentucky’s Equine Past:”

“For a final glimpse of Louisville’s past—to go from the hoofed to the iron horse in a manner of speaking—head down to the Ohio River banks where some five years ago the spectacular Big Four Bridge was transformed into an immensely popular walking trail. A walk to the Indiana side and back over the former railway bed is about two miles. Then, explore the eighty-five acres of the Louisville Waterfront Park, former industrial lands, to see just how far Louisville has come in reclaiming its rich past and spaces.”

Whiskey Alley “Here’s the first look at downtown Louisville’s ‘Whiskey Alley'”

The Whiskey Alley entertainment district would be an asset to the downtown area and we support our neighbors on making this concept a reality .

Courier Journal We know Louisville is cool. Here’s every national list in 2019 that thought so too”

Particularity, the Esquire article mentions the Forecastle Festival as a can’t miss summer festival. At the end of last year, Waterfront Park announced a new five year agreement that will have Forecastle Festival taking place at the park until 2024.

Ecophiles8 Best Spots for Breathtaking Sunsets in America”

If you have witnessed a sunset over the Big Four Bridge then you can easily understand why Waterfront Park was listed as one of eight best spots for breathtaking sunsets in America. It is truly a treasure to watch the sun fade from the banks of the Ohio River.



Our restroom facilities, water fountains, and vendors have closed for the season.