Audubon Park

An urban jewel in the midst of metropolitan Louisville, this fifth class city is known for its historic and environmental preservation. Recognized by the National Register of Historic Places, named as a Tree City USA, and known for its dazzling Festival of the Dogwoods, Audubon Park is nothing short of an oasis.

Key Features

Louisville Zoo and Mega Cavern: Experience two of Louisville’s finest attractions. The historic quarry Mega Cavern offers geological adventures, including the world’s only underground zip line! Head to Louisville Zoo to experience exotic animals from sloths to snow leopards.

Bird Sanctuary: Audubon Park has always prioritized the creation and conservation of green spaces. The abundance of tree lined streets and leafy parks creates a natural environment for birds to thrive. Recognized as a bird sanctuary in the 1970s, it’s no wonder almost all the neighborhood streets are named after our feathered friends!

Nest Picks

Audubon Country Club

This all-in-one family friendly facility serves up more than just tennis. Enjoy a variety of amenities including golf, swimming, social events, and dining. Expand your community and optimize your wellness at the Audubon Country Club.

Trevilian Way

This gorgeous residential street is loved for its display of historic homes. Step back in time as you stroll past perfectly preserved Craftsman houses, Tudor revivals, and Dutch colonials.

Louisville Nature Center

This 41-acre urban forest is the green getaway of your dreams. With more than two miles of hiking trails, a summer camp, and seven education programs, the center provides outdoor enthusiasts of all ages with access to recreation in nature.

All Audubon Park Neighborhoods

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