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Iroquois Park

2120 Rundill Rd, Louisville, KY 40214
6 am - 11 pm
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National Pollinator Week

It’s officially summer and the parks are ABUZZ with pollinators. Pollinators, like bees, are vital …

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2021 Botany Blitz

April 10 – 17, 2021 What is a Botany Blitz? A Botany Blitz is a …

History of Iroquois Park

When Frederick Law Olmsted designed Louisville’s park system, he started with three main parks: Cherokee, Iroquois and Shawnee. Designed in 1891, Iroquois Park is the South Louisville cornerstone of the park system. It features an old growth forest, panoramic North Overlook views and the Works Progress Administration-constructed amphitheater. 

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Land Acknowledgement

Olmsted Parks Conservancy recognizes Native American and Indigenous peoples as the longest serving stewards of the land that is now our park system. We strive to build more inclusive parks, and we commit to fostering diversity and respect both in nature and neighborhoods.

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Friends of Olmsted Parks

Through collaboration and communicating about program and project needs, Friends of Olmsted Parks will help us improve and activate our parks, creating a positive community impact.

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