The Seaton Valley Paddling Access is located at the north end of Turkey Run Park near the Seaton Valley Trailhead (13708 Seatonville Road, Louisville, KY 40291). The opening of this access increases the total water trail mileage within The Parklands to 13 miles. It is approximately 3 miles from Cane Run Paddling Access in The Strand to this access in Turkey Run Park. Paddlers can now take-out or put-in at Seaton Valley to continue downstream to accesses in Broad Run Park.
Mary’s Island: After Seatonville Rd. and the Seaton Valley Paddling Access, Floyds Fork splits briefly, leaving a small island in the center. The island has been named for Mary Bingham and will be used for agriculture by the property owner, Future Fund Land Trust, a 21st Century Parks land partner. At this time there is no public access to the island. When approaching the island, paddlers should use river left to continue south through Turkey Run Park.
Blue Moon Canoe & Kayak of Kentucky offers canoe, kayak and paddleboard rentals, giving Parklands visitors an opportunity to see even more of the trails and areas that comprise the nearly 4,000 acres of our park system. Rentals available, weather permitting, April-October. Beginning April 1, 2017, rentals will be offered out of the John Floyd Community Building in Pope Lick Park, 4002 South Pope Lick Road. For more information on prices, hours and availability, please contact Blue Moon at 502-753-9942 or email@example.com.
Guided tours are available to large groups. Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a guided tour.
Parklands Member Discount
Parklands Members receive a 10% discount off kayak and canoe rentals. Learn more about becoming a Parklands member here.