About the parks
COWLEY PARK: A two-acre park with a traditional gazebo.
Activities: Community celebrations such as 4th of July festival and summer music fests Hours: Open dawn to dusk
HARRODS CREEK PARK: This park is comprised of 105 acres and has about 4 miles of trails offering hiking ranging from easy to moderate. The park's wildlife and varied eco-system includes anything from Wild Turkey to White Tailed Deer.
Activities: Hiking trails (moderate difficulty, some elevation), bird-watching, fishing and a canoe / kayak launch. Hours: Open dawn to dusk
LITTLE HUNTING CREEK PARK: Little Hunting Creek Park spans nearly 4 acres and draws its name from the meandering stream that winds its way through the middle of the park.
Activities: Family recreational use, picnics Hours: Open dawn to dusk
PUTNEY POND and THE WOODLANDS PARK: This park is comprised of 26 acres and offers a variety of woodland trails, a pond and surrounding wetlands.
Activities: Hiking trails (easy to moderate difficulty), bird-watching, fishing Hours: Open dawn to dusk
Plan your visit
PLEASE NOTE: ABSOLUTELY NO VEHICLES OF ANY KIND (INCLUDING BIKES) ARE ALLOWED ON PARK TRAILS AT ANYTIME!
Kentucky fishing license needed to fish in Harrod's Creek and Putney Pond.
Pets: Must be picked up after and be under owners control at all times
What is not allowed in parks and all park rules
Guide to birds found in Prospect's Natural Areas