About Iroquois Park
Iroquois Park was planned by Frederick Law Olmsted as a “scenic reservation” of forested hillsides and breathtaking vistas. The park features the WPA-era Iroquois Amphitheater, an open-air theater that accommodates 2,366 people.
5216 New Cut Rd., 40214 (Taylor Boulevard and Southern Parkway)
The road to the top of the park may be used by
pedestrians and cyclists daily throughout the year. It’s open to motorists from
10 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from April through
Archery range, Basketball (2), Biking – Road, Bikeway and walking paths, Disc golf course, Fishing Lake (catch and release only; currently closed for EPA restoration project), Grills, Hiking trails, Horseshoe pits, Picnic shelters & tables, Playground/splash play area (handicapped accessible), Restrooms, Scenic overlooks, Tennis (4), Walking Paths (1.6 miles and 3.2 miles)
Dawn to dusk