Picture of Cochran Hill Dog Run, a dog friendly attraction in Louisville, KY.
October at Cochran Hill
Picture of Cochran Hill Dog Run, a dog friendly attraction in Louisville, KY.
Picture of Cochran Hill Dog Run, a dog friendly attraction in Louisville, KY.
Picture of Cochran Hill Dog Run, a dog friendly attraction in Louisville, KY.
October at Cochran Hill

Description

Pets love the chance to play off-leash at the fully-fenced Cochran Hill Dog Run in Cherokee Park. This two-acre park is divided into a one-acre small dog area and a one-acre area for all dog use. The park also features baggies for cleanup and water for dogs. An official Louisville Dog Run Association Dog Park Permit is required to use this park. Please note: this is a private dog park that is subject to an application process before use.

Reviews

BringFido Traveler Rating

Cochran Hill Dog Run has received a rating of 2.7 out of 5 bones by 3 canine critics on BringFido.

  • More than a year ago
    Permit?

    Louisville really stinks with ZERO PUBLIC Dog Parks! Go to Lexington. The parks are bigger and the city itself is MUCH dog friendlier!

  • More than a year ago
    don't go unless you have an access code for gate

    Looked like a lovely park but totally missed the comment on the reviews here that you need access code to get in. Gate is looked with a key code and you cannot get in without it. Was visiting family in Louisville and so happy to have found this park. So sad that it was not for public use (so unheard of for me).

  • More than a year ago
    Beautiful park

    Compared to the dog parks we frequent in CA, the Louisville parks are Paradise. We visited two parks -- Sawyer and Cochran Hill. Both provided acres of grass, gorgeous trees, benches, and a darling gazebo. Water and poop bags were, of course, available. As a visitor, I e-mailed info@louisvilledogs.com and was given the access code, and I made sure that our dog was wearing his rabies tag and his county license, in case anyone asked. The only "ding" on this park compared to Sawyer is that there were lots of (gopher?) holes and you wouldn't want to run around with your dog for fear of twisting an ankle. Otherwise, 5 bones!

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