Spring Walk on the Brownsboro Trail
Join BATA for a Spring Walk on the Brownsboro Trail conducted by Tavia Cathcart Brown, Executive Director of Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve and co-author of the field guide, Wildflowers of Tennessee, The Ohio Valley and The Southern Appalachians, 2nd Edition.
BATA Members – Free Non-members: Family-$25; Adults-$10 each; Children 12 & Under-$5 each Red Pepper Boxed Lunches can be ordered online or plan to tailgate with your family! A treat for Mother’s Day Weekend!
Families are welcome to come, learn and “hunt” for flowers and native plants, while enjoying a day outside, activities, and food!
For more information call 502-645-1870 or visit brownsboroalliance.org
Directions to the Brownsboro Alliance Trail Association’s (BATA) Trailhead:
From I-71: The BATA Trailhead is only 2.3 miles off I-71! Take the Crestwood/Pewee Valley exit #14.
From Louisville turn left onto 329 towards the town of Brownsboro (away from Crestwood).
From Cincinnati turn right on to Hwy 329. Travel 2.3 miles. Pass the Foxhollow Farm entrance on your right. The BATA Trailhead gate entry will be on the right. If you pass Hwy 1694 South intersection, you have gone too far.
From Hwy 42: Turn onto Hwy 329 (Covered Bridge Rd). Travel on 329 for 5.3 miles. Just pass the Hwy 1694 South intersection, the BATA Trailhead gate entry will on the left.
From I-265: Take the Brownsboro Road/Crestwood Exit #34. Turn east onto 22 towards Crestwood (away from the Paddock (formerly the Summit )Shopping Center). Travel .07 miles and turn left onto 1694 North. You will pass Norton Commons on your left and continue on 1694 until it ends, forming a ‘T’ at Hwy 329. Turn right onto Hwy 329. Travel .02 miles. The BATA Trailhead gate entry will be on the left.