Louisville (Kentucky) - Street Workout Park - Tom Sawyer Park

Address 3000 Freys Hill Rd, Louisville, KY 40241 USA
Pull Up Bars Parallel Bar Push Up Bars Abs Benches
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Louisville street workout park in Kentucky, USA. Located in the far east of the city to be precisely at the E.P. “Tom” Sawyer State Park you find a calisthenics park. This natur outdoor calisthenics gym has pull up bars and high bars for muscle ups and pull ups. This workout spot has also parallel bars, monkeybar, incline benches for core workout and a few low bars. The exercise park istn only for calisthenics workout its as well for freeletics, parkour strength workout, bootcamp workout, bodyweight exercises and outdoor fitness.

Unfortanatelly the bar isn´t that high to do proper pull ups as an adult.

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Calisthenics Parks Team says 3 years before

Hi John,

thank you very much for your detailled rating. We changed the rating to 1 star.

Good luck there will be some much better places in future to train in your area.

John Scotchmo says 3 years before

Probably the worst workout station I have seen, including in 3rd world countries. I work out there only because this is the only workout station in Louisville and its surrounding counties that I know of. The station is designed for kids and/or people with ultra severe disabilities. It is impossible to do a proper pull up for an adult because the bar is about 6 feet high and not long enough for a good grip. Same can be said about the dip bars - they sit super low, and are crooked. The rest of the stations are pretty useless. You still can work out there if you have a good imagination, otherwise, I could hardly rate it 2 out of 5 stars. If the administration reads this, please consider building a few adult-size pull-up bars. It will cost a fraction of a price from that huge BMX station that is currently under construction. Thanks.