Olde Town Park
Located at 126 South Main Street
This City Park contains a unique piece of public art. The centerpiece for the park is a 14 x 32 foot cascading fountain by local artist Zoe Strecker. Inspiration for the fountain came from the dramatic limestone gorge of the Kentucky River known as the “Palisades”. There is a platform area in front of the fountain, which can be used as a stage, allowing the park to serve as the site of live entertainment.
Rental Fee – (FREE)
with refundable Damage Deposit – $ 50.00
*Olde Town Park Rental Agreement*
Youngs Park – Located at 530 Linden Avenue
The Ghost Story here begins with a young woman who checked into the Harrodsburg Springs Hotel, which stood on the park grounds in the late 1880s,
under a false name. She danced with several partners inside the Hotel’s Ball Room. At the end of the night & without warning, she died in her
last partner’s arms. The staff and guests held a funeral for her and, knowing her identity, they buried her on the hotel grounds.
The hotel burned down decades ago, but her grave still remains, under a marker that reads
“UNKOWN – Hallowed and Hushed be the Place of the Dead. STEP SOFTLY, BOW HEAD.” Local lore says her ghostly form still appears, dancing in the moonlight.
The Young’s Park Shelter can be rented for:
$75.00 from the time frames of: 10:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. OR 5:00 P.M. – 10:00 P.M.
OR $125.00 from the time frame of: 10:00 A.M. – 10.00 P.M.
REQUIRED is a $50.00 Damage Deposit, which is refunded to the renter as long as there are NO damages to the building, once the
key is returned. Look here to view more pictures of the inside & outside area of the youngs park shelter and pavilion.
*Youngs Park Rental Agreement*
Located at 450 E. Factory Street
Lions Park Shelter holds 250 people.
Time frame of rental is from
10.00 A.M. to 1:00 A.M.
Shelter is commonly used for
However, can be rented for
other events aswell.
Currently renting for years 2018 & 2019.
Rental Fee – $250.00
& 100.00 For Additional Day
Damage Deposit – $150.00
Which is refunded to the Renter as long as
there are NO damages to the building,
once the key is returned.
Look here to view pictures of inside
the lion’s park shelter.
*Lions Park Rental Agreement*