The kid-free quarry in Oldham County now has a beach

The kid-free quarry in Oldham County now has a beach

FRP La Grange Quarry opens Sat. May 14th with a new sand beach for lounging. Falling Rock Park in Oldham County is a kid-free floating quarry.

Alex Suckow
Digital Editor

Oldham County, Ky. — The kid-free place to float in Oldham County has a new addition this year.

FRP-LaGrange Quarry opens this Saturday, and this time, there will be a sand beach for lounging.

According to the Facebook page, they removed the “cattail cove” and added sand, so bring your beach chairs and towels.

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If you’ve never been to the quarry, it is for adults only. No one under 18 can go. And they have a strict policy on alcohol — you can’t bring any, and they do search your car. FRP is Oldham County’s rock quarry for floating.

Prices for floaters range from $20-$35 for a day pass. Click here to purchase. Season passes are $179. You must have a floatation device of some kind.

People can also rent paddleboards and pedal boats or bring a kayak or canoe. There are also sand volleyball courts.

Have other questions? Visit their website.

The quarry is located at 2201 Fendley Mill Road, but GPS may not give you exact directions. Click here for directions.

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