Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Louisville Loop?
The Louisville Loop is a 100-mile, shared-use path encircling the city of Louisville.

Where is the best place to find/access the Louisville Loop?
There are a number of designated trailheads and access points.

How long is the Louisville Loop?
The Louisville Loop is approximately 25% complete. This allows a bicyclist or pedestrians to travel nearly 25 miles from downtown to Riverside and the Farnsley-Moremen Landing along paved shared-use paths. Planning is underway to complete the circle. The approximate length of the entire Loop is 100 miles.

When will the Loop be completed?
The Loop is a work in progress. There are over 40 projects underway.

Who are the partners involved in the Loop?
The Louisville Loop is a team effort with Metro Parks leading the way. The team also includes MSD, Public Works, The Parklands of Floyds Fork, Frederick Law Olmsted Parks, Health Department and Planning and Design.

How can I get involved?
Send us a message or give us a call (502-456-8100). The volunteer options are endless.

Is the Loop just for cyclists?
The Loop is for walkers, joggers, skateboarders, rollerbladers and in some areas horses.

How much does cost to use the Loop?
It is free and open to the Public.

How do I report maintenance issues?
To report a maintenance issue or other problem please fill out a  Report Form  explaining the location and nature of the problem and we will be happy to help.

Does TARC have routes to the Louisville Loop?
TARC has a number of routes that can connect you to the Louisville Loop. Check out the route and the schedule.

Additional Loop Resources

Louisville Metro Parks
Bike Louisville
Healthy Hometown
The Parklands
City of Louisville, KY
Olmsted Parks