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Cherokee Park's scenic loop goes 'car-free' for a few hours

It's part of an ongoing program to close the scenic loop to vehicles on the last Sunday of every month.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Looking to take advantage of the warm weather?

Enjoy a peaceful stroll through Cherokee Park's scenic loop on May 29 as the park is going car-free for a few hours.

It's part of an ongoing program to close the scenic loop to vehicles on the last Sunday of every month.

The park will be car-free from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. making room for walkers, runners and bikers to safely enjoy the loop.

In a Facebook post, the Louisville Olmsted Parks Conservancy recommended those with limited mobility park near the Daniel Boone statue on Eastern Parkway or on Alexander Road.

The Cherokee Golf Course will still be open to the public, and people may access the golf course through Alexander Road.

Officials ask that park visitors only park in designated areas.

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