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Hal Warheim Park Adopt-A-Plot

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  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 2 people are interested

We’re looking for volunteers to help keep Hal Warheim Park looking beautiful. Consider adopting one plot to take care of each month. This would involve 1-2 hours of weeding and possibly watering certain plants, depending on the area chosen. Areas needing love & attention:

  1. In front of WP entrance rock & butterfly garden
  2. Landscape bed on left between entrance & 1 st bench
  3. Landscape bed on left between Hal’s rock and meditation garden
  4. Meditation garden
  5. Bushes on back side of pavilion
  6. Rock wash in front of bridge
  7. Rock wash in back of bridge
  8. Play areas (swing area and play set area)

Hal Warheim Park is a community park, solely supported and maintained by donors and volunteers. If you use and love this space, please consider volunteering to keep it beautiful.

More opportunities with WARHEIM PARK ASSOCIATION

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PO BOX 5561, 1832 Overlook Terrace, LOUISVILLE, KY 40255, US

Mission Statement

Hal Warheim Park - the best secret park in the Belknap Neighborhood in the Highlands! While Louisville Metro Parks Department holds the title to Hal Warheim Park, responsibility for the supervision and maintenance of the park rests solely with the Warheim Park Association and funding comes entirely from donations and fundraising.


In 1974, Hal Warheim purchased an undeveloped remnant of land bounded by residential lots fronting on Overlook Terrace, Yale Drive and Boulevard Napoleon in Louisville, Kentucky. "The Woods," as it was called by neighborhood residents, was overgrown and unkempt, but Hal saw its potential - as a redeemed green space, and a neighborhood park that could be enjoyed by the entire community. The dream became a reality in 2004, and has been a popular gathering spot since.



We'll work with your schedule.


1832 Overlook TerraceLouisville, KY 40205



  • Gardening


  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • 1-2 hours
  • A few tools for weeding - bucket, gloves, hand weeder tool.

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