Falls of Ohio State Park
The Falls of Ohio State Park is an absolutely gorgeous natural spot to visit while in Louisville, this scenic riverside park part of a 1404 acre National Wildlife Conservation Area. The focal point of the park is the interpretive center, which sits on a small bluff overlooking the Ohio River and serves as an educational resource explaining the 'crossroads of ancient lives and future hopes'. The interactive exhibits within explore everything from Ancient Seas to the Falls of Today.
This park features the largest exposed Devonian Fossil bed in the world, this subject being one of the main points covered at the interpretive center (fossils). Your group will be able to explore fossils, various local wildlife, and local history in regards to both culture and environmental changes. There will be various options for public programs, tours, or learning adventures for your group to choose from during your visit, but if you don't want to participate just pay a visit to the center first, then head outside to hike, bike, fish, picnic, explore the greenway, and see the historic George Rogers Clark home (home of American Revolutionary War hero from 1803 to 1809).