Floyds Fork is a tributary of the Salt River (which drains into the Ohio River), running 27 miles through the eastern and southeastern portions of Jefferson County, Kentucky. It is the largest watershed in Louisville, and one which, formerly rural, is now undergoing rapid residential and commercial development.
Falls City Soccer Club presents the
Falls City FESTI-VILLE
Application Deadline: September 25
9U-15U Boys and Girls
EARLY BIRD PRICING Before August 31, 2019:
8U-10U: $425 11U-12U: $525, 13U-15U: $600
After August 31:
8U-10U: $495, 11U-12U: $595, 13U-15U: $695
Great cities have great parks. As cities grow, citizens of the 21st century deserve great public parks in or near their neighborhoods, providing accessible recreation, contemplation, and an enhanced quality of life. Founded in 2004, 21st Century Parks is a private nonprofit corporation created to bring fresh vision to the development and preservation of new public parklands. Their current project, The Parklands of Floyds Fork, in eastern and southeastern Louisville, is one of the nation’s largest new metropolitan parks projects.