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Pope Lick Park

Pope Lick Park

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 Pope Lick Park was purchased with "Nature's Finest" license plate funds. 
 
This natural area protects more than 200 acres of mature forest as well as creek frontage along Floyd's Fork. This historic site was once part of the 1775 land grant from the Commonwealth of Virginia to the Tyler family, which also included the nearby Blackacre State Nature Preserve. The nonprofit conservation group, 21st Century Parks, manages the property as part of the Parklands of Floyd's Fork project and the Louisville Loop, which will eventually allow hikers to circle the city.
  • Several miles of woodland hiking trails, as well as the multi-use Louisville Loop which crosses Floyd's Fork to connect this site to the other Parklands.
  • To protect habitat, the wooded trails are open to daytime foot-traffic only; ATVs and horses prohibited.
​Location Jefferson County
​Owner Louisville Metro Parks
​Size 282 acres
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​For more information 21st Century Parks website