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Splash Around at Hurricane Bay May 29

Are you ready to cool off yet? When temperatures rise, so do tempers! You might feel tired, aggravated and annoyed, and that's before you even get out of bed on a hot day. But there is good news, Hurricane Bay is open again. Head out to enjoy opening day and splash around in the cool water. Because if you can't beat the heat here, you can't do it anywhere.

Splashing Around

Hurricane Bay is packed with different rides, attractions and areas. Hurricane Bay is well-known for being part of Kentucky Kingdom, but this is a very large and jam-packed water park that's worth visiting even if you never go to Kentucky Kingdom.

Hurricane Bay Kentucky Kingdom

There's a ton of stuff to do here, from the winding Adventure River to the thrilling Deluge water slide. Head to the wave lagoon for a gentle swimming experience or see if you've got what it takes to brave the big drop on Deep Water Dive. Head into the splash zone or the tornado to get shaken up or chill out at Big Surf. Hurricane Bay has more than 70 rides and attractions, including six roller coasters for the thrill seekers out there.

With the park officially open, you can come back to see it all whenever you want. So be there on opening day and start to cool off. Hurricane Bay is at 937 Phillips Lane. That's just minutes away from Audubon Park. This is a much quieter place than Hurricane Bay but it's also a pretty good place to cool off. Find out for yourself this May.

Looking Around Audubon Park

The shady streets of Audubon Park are cool and quiet even on hot days. This pretty, historic neighborhood has looked about the same for a hundred years because the residents here work to preserve the historic architecture and classic good looks of Audubon Park.

The neighborhood stretches out next to the Audubon Park Country Club, a green oasis full of rolling hills, sand traps and perfectly manicured grass. The zoo and Kentucky Kingdom are just minutes away, not to mention all the other attractions, restaurants and schools in the area.

Audubon Park itself is mostly residential, a pretty collection of streets dotted with several parks. Classic architecture lines the road, lovely homes with multiple bedrooms and pretty landscaping under the windows. These houses have classic features inside, too. Hardwood floors, fireplaces and little details will greet you everywhere you look.

Have fun at Hurricane Bay and take a look at the surrounding area this May. You might just learn that Audubon Park is exactly where you need to be right now.

About the Author:  Joe Hayden is the Team Owner and Manager of the - Your Louisville Real Estate Experts!

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