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So Much to do in Louisville

Louisville is full of interesting, exciting things to do and Southland Mobile Home Community is convenient to everything!

Kentucky Derby

The world’s most famous horse race caps the two-week long Kentucky Derby Festival featuring foods, parades, and parties.  This 1.25 mile race is held annually on the first Saturday in May at Churchill Downs and is a competition for three-year old Thoroughbreds.  Wear your biggest hat!

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Churchill Downs

A surprisingly good place to bring the kids! Tour the museum – there’s lots to see besides the horses. Churchill Downs has been here since 1875. As long as you don’t come here during Derby Week, admission is only $5 per person.

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Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory

Experience history-in-the-making as you stroll through the actual factory where world-famous Louisville Slugger bats are created. See the World’s Biggest Bat – stretching 120 feet into the sky. Hold bats actually used by baseball superstars like Mickey Mantle, Johnny Bench, Cal Ripken Jr, and Derek Jeter. Be sure to ‘swing’ by!

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Louisville Bats

Root for the Bats! The Louisville Bats are a Minor League Baseball team and affiliated with the Cincinnati Reds. The Bats are named in dual reference to the winged mammal and baseball bats, such as those manufactured locally by the Louisville Slugger brand. Check the schedule and

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Urban Bourbon Trail

Spend the day exploring all the great distilleries and then put your knowledge to the test on the Urban Bourbon Trail – a walking and tasting tour of local bars and restaurants with Bourbon-infused food menus and some of the city’s largest collections of Bourbon.

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Louisville Zoo

It’s WILD at the Zoo! See sloths, elephants, parrots, polar bears, alligators, and creatures large and small, with fur, fins, and feathers from all over the world.

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Louisville Mega Cavern

Don’t miss MEGA ZIPS, the world’s ONLY underground zipline adventure tour! The Mega Cavern is a former limestone mine that stretches under parts of the Louisville Zoo. Enjoy rock climbing, bike tours, and all sorts of MEGA adventures underground.

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Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay

Ride, slide and splash all summer long at this seasonal amusement park with thrill rides, waterslides, and wave pools.

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Iroquois Park

Also known as the ‘Yellowstone of Louisville,’ the dog-friendly, 725-acre park offers basketball, biking, golf, hiking, tennis, a wheel-chair accessible playground, and an amphitheater.

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Charlie Vettiner Golf Course

This is a gorgeous public golf course with rolling hills, bent grass greens, and zoysia fairways. If the 50 white sand bunkers and tree-lined fairways aren’t enough to get your attention, how about the creek that meanders through several holes, with ponds on #5, #14 and #18. This course has been rated as the 7th most challenging course in Kentucky.

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Muhammed Ali Center

Inspired by the ideals of hometown hero Muhammad Ali, the Center features 2 levels of award-winning exhibits, a five-screen orientation theater film, historic Civil Rights era media footage, video of Ali fights, interactive boxing fun, two art galleries, children’s Hope and Dream wall, meeting and event space, and retail store. Float like a butterfly!

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Big Four Bridge

Originally built as a railroad bridge in 1895, decommissioned in 1969, and re-opened as a bike and pedestrian bridge in 2013, the Big Four Bridge links Louisville’s Waterfront Park to Jeffersonville, Indiana over the Ohio River. Safe, unique, and fun place to watch the sunset!

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