At The Dyrt, we share camping tips from our community of campers and campgrounds. With so many campers staying home, we continue to share this info so you can plan future camping trips across the U.S.

It’s day 13 of our 40-day #GetOutAndGO project, featuring Cherokee Park near Louisville, KY.

Take a Sunrise Drive through Cherokee Park’s Scenic Loop in Louisville, Kentucky

The #GetOutAndGO Giveaway is dedicated to proving that adventure is closer to home than you realize, and nothing says adventure quite like “road trip!”

Today’s destination is Cherokee Park with its scenic 2.4-mile loop just outside of Louisville, Kentucky.





Check out Cherokee Park from the view of a mountain biker:

Cherokee Park offers visitors a chance to explore with designated lanes for foot, bike, and vehicle traffic.

Get a feel for the park with this very well made short wordless short:

Climbers have a ton of routes to pull on some rocks:

And of course we’re going to include this clip of Cherokee from a Harley:

The picturesque park really comes into it’s own as the sun burns away the morning fog and makes a great stop for visitors and locals alike looking to appreciate the simple beauty of the land.

To celebrate Cherokee Park, Grand Trunk is giving away a $100 gift card. Enter to win here.

If you’re packing your bags for Louisville or looking for a great side trip, consider getting up with the birds and cruise through Cherokee Park before your next adventure.

Get Out And Explore Kentucky!

Of course, there’s more to Louisville than just Cherokee Park. Taylorsville State Park is close by and offers hiking and horse trails as well as boat ramps. Spend the day on the water and relax at one of the campgrounds for a night or two.

Experience the best of Louisville, KY with Kentucky Tourism.

Enter to win a SylvanSport GO

The SylvanSport GO is a utility trailer/toy hauler/camping trailer…all-in-one. Hailed as the “Coolest. Camper. Ever.” by National Geographic Adventure, the GO is lightweight, easy to manage and able to be towed by almost any vehicle. Enter to win here.

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  • Andrew Sporrer

    Andrew Sporrer

    Andrew (most people call him Ace) grew up in rural western Pennsylvania and spent most of his time outside eating indigenous birds and learning different ways to make fire. He took a few years to explore the PNW while living in Seattle, but the longing for his home range recently brought him to RVA. Follow him on Instagram and check out his other work dedicated to improving your outdoor experiences at Ace-Outside.