Kennedy Court Park

Kennedy Court park was founded in 1974 as a result of the devastating tornado that hit Louisville on April 3rd, 1974.  The park was previously the home of Thomas Kennedy a prosperous land owner who lived in Louisville from 1833 to 1898.  His home was eventually sold and turned into apartments until the tornado damaged the home and required its demolition. Residents on Kennedy Avenue pushed Louisville Metro Parks to build a park in its place.

*Click here to see the recent Master Plan for Kennedy Court Park. 

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Park Details

  • 225 Kennedy Avenue
    Louisville, KY 40206
    United States

  • Year Acquired

    1974

  • Hours

    6 a.m. - 11 p.m.

  • Size

    .9 acre

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