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Tyler Park

1501 Castlewood Ave, Louisville, KY 40204
6 am - 11 pm
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Spring 2024 Events

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2023-2033 Strategic Plan

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History of Tyler Park

Tyler Park opened in 1910 and is known for the stone tunnel that allows park visitors to move under the roadway without having to cross Baxter Avenue. It is named for Mayor Henry S. Tyler who died in office in 1896. The park has a significant tennis tradition thanks, in part to the Cooper family of athletes for whom the sports courts are named. 

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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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Master Plan

The purpose of the plan is to create a long-term strategy for preservation, improvement, use, and management of this important historic park. Tyler Park is a valued community resource and this plan establishes clear directions and priorities that can be implemented over time through specific projects, daily management, and community initiatives as funding becomes available and community advocacy and volunteer efforts activate.

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