All trails lead to Oldham! From the hiking trails at Goshen’s nature preserve and La Grange’s conservation park to walking trails of community parks and botanical gardens, Oldham has several options for spending quality time in nature.
If walking on concrete is your preference, we have a 3-mile sidewalk connecting Exit 18 off I-71 to Exit 22, charming walking trails in historic Pewee Valley, and mixed trails in Crestwood’s city park. No matter your skill level, Oldham’s Hiking and Walking Trails are right up your alley!
We’ve provided a list of hiking trails and walking trails in Oldham County below. We encourage you to get out and experience all the beauty that Oldham County, Kentucky has to offer!
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With over 9 miles of wooded trails that weave through open grasslands, four year-round springs, waterfalls, frog pond, and 2-acre woodland garden. A wonderful place to relax and take a leisurely hike.
217 acres of hiking trails in Oldham KY. There are 4+ miles of trails throughout the park. Waterfalls, geological outcroppings, and even an old burial site dating back to the mid 1800s.
Address: 6826 W State Hwy 22, Crestwood, KY 40014 (exit 14 off I-71) – Directions
Phone: (502) 241-7088
A 22-acre park owned by the City of Crestwood, you’ll find 2 loops – a paved walking path and mulched walking path. Also, large grassy areas, benches, event barn, and splash pad.
07 acres with an aquatic center, disc golf, softball fields with concessions, lake for fishing from bank or dock, picnic shelters, restrooms and playgrounds, horseshoe pits, walking trail is a 1.9 mile loop. Also, tennis courts and dog park.
With more than a mile of woodland trails, three ponds and wildlife galore, this is the perfect place to enjoy an afternoon… out of the garden! The ponds were built to provide water for farm animals.
3.2 miles connecting exit 18 off I-71 with exit 22, LaGrange’s parkway has a total ascent of 40.83 ft and a maximum elevation of 798.16 ft. Parking lot and gazebo at Exit 18 TARC lot.