Algonquin Park

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Fred's Facts

Frederick Law Olmsted focused most of his attention on Central Park until the Civil War, when he took leave of absence to become general secretary of the United States Sanitary Commission. Forerunner of the American Red Cross.

Design for this park began in 1928 and continued until 1935. The sixteen acre park serves the neighborhood with both recreational facilities and open spaces.

Park Details

Located at: 1614 Cypress St., 40210 (Cypress Street and Burwell Avenue)

Size: 16.38 acres

Amenities:
Ball field
Basketball (1 1/2)
Grills
Multi-purpose field
Picnic shelter
Picnic tables
Playground
Restrooms
Spray ground
Swimming pool (Summer only – call 502-897-9949 for details)
Tennis (4)
Volleyball
Walking path (.25 mile)

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