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Audubon Park is located in Louisville, KY approximately three miles south of downtown Louisville. Named for French-American naturalist and wildlife artist John James Audubon by the Audubon Park Realty Company in 1921, the city reflects the natural beauty of the area and features streets named for American birds, Audubon’s favorite subject for his works. Audubon Park offers residents a charming, residential environment in a traditional setting that is within moments of the big city amenities of metropolitan Louisville. The city‘s history and heritage is reflected in its homes, which are primarily of Neo-Colonial, Dutch Colonial, Neo-Federal, and Bungalow architectural style.
Audubon Park is a neighborhood that values family and tradition, as evidenced by the many opportunities afforded residents for involvement in community projects and events. The annual Festival of the Dogwood, held the third weekend of each April and hosted by the Audubon Park Garden Club, showcases the natural beauty of the area through the abundance of dogwood trees and azaleas blooming throughout. Another popular event, the Audubon Park Arts & Crafts Festival, is held the third weekend of each September and features arts and crafts, antiques and collectibles, children’s activities, homemade sweet treats, and live music.
There are a number of city parks located within the immediate vicinity, including George Rogers Clark Park that features baseball, softball, soccer, and football fields, a multi-purpose field, basketball, volleyball, and tennis courts, horseshoe pits, a lodge (available by reservation), picnic tables, children’s playground, and spray pool. Also nearby is Joe Creason Park, popular with bird watchers, hikers, and cross-country runners, featuring a 6.2-mile cross-country trail, hiking trails, a multi-use path, two multi-purpose fields, soccer, volleyball, and picnic and playground facilities. The park houses the Louisville Tennis Center and is adjacent to the Louisville Nature Center and the 41-acre Beargrass Creek State Nature Preserve.
Membership in the Audubon Country Club is available to residents with the purchase of their home. The club features a beautiful 18-hole championship golf course, an Olympic size swimming pool, five tennis courts, a large fitness facility, full-service clubhouse, meeting space for business and conferences, and several dining rooms offering excellent cuisine.
Residents of Audubon Park will find no shortage of activities and entertainment within convenient proximity of their homes. Venues of interest include the Louisville Zoo, Kentucky Derby Museum and Louisville Science Center just to name a few.
Audubon Park’s location within the heart of Louisville and convenient proximity to Interstate 65 and the Watterson Expressway make it the ideal community for experiencing the best of suburban community and big city living!
Audubon Park, Kentucky > Official Website > http://www.audubonparkky.org/
Audubon Country Club > http://www.auduboncc.org/