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The Louisville Extreme Park is located near the intersection of Clay Street and Franklin Street, just east of downtown Louisville. You can use this intersection with most online mapping services for driving directions to the park.

 

Parking is available along the street; watch for restricted parking zones. There is no separate parking lot for the park.

FROM THE NORTH
Take I-65 South or I-71 South into Louisville. As you approach downtown, exit onto I-64 West (signs point to St. Louis). From I-64, take the first exit, labeled Third Street/Downtown. At the bottom of the ramp, turn left onto River Road. At the next stoplight, turn left onto Witherspoon Street. Stay on Witherspoon through one traffic light... you'll see the park on the right after you pass a baseball stadium and pass beneath an interstate overpass.

FROM THE SOUTH
Take I-65 North into downtown Louisville. Before crossing the Ohio River into Indiana, exit onto I-64 West (signs point to St. Louis). From I-64, take the first exit, labeled Third Street/Downtown. At the bottom of the ramp, turn left onto River Road. At the next stoplight, turn left onto Witherspoon Street. Stay on Witherspoon through one traffic light... you'll see the park on the right after you pass a baseball stadium and pass beneath an interstate overpass.

FROM THE EAST
Take I-64 West into downtown Louisville. After you pass the I-65 interchange, take the next exit, labeled Third Street/Downtown. At the bottom of the ramp, turn left onto River Road. At the next stoplight, turn left onto Witherspoon Street. Stay on Witherspoon through one traffic light... you'll see the park on the right after you pass a baseball stadium and pass beneath an interstate overpass.

FROM THE WEST
Take I-64 East into downtown Louisville. Take the Ninth Street/Roy Wilkins Boulevard exit. At the bottom of the ramp, turn left onto Market Street. Travel approximately 14 blocks east on Market Street, then turn left onto Clay Street (second cross street after you pass beneath an interstate overpass). Travel three blocks north on Clay Street, and you'll see the park on the left.