Parks & Rec

Bluegrass Extended Stay is happy to provide our recommended Lexington parks. Whether you’re looking for a softball field, picnic area or a place to relax, Lexington has something for everyone.

Jacobson Park

4001 Athens-Boonesboro Road, Lexington, Kentucky 40509
Located just down the road from Bluegrass Extended Stay, Jacobson Park is the city’s most popular park. At 216 acres, it’s packed with recreational offerings including a marina where you can rent a small boat or paddleboat. There’s also a basketball court, picnic shelters, a playground, restrooms, a volleyball court, and a dog park. Like fishing? There are plenty of spots to cast a line.

Woodland Park

601 E. High Street, Lexington, Kentucky 40502
This park is a skater’s dream, with 12,000 square feet of ramps, platforms, bowls, and pipes. Not so great with a skateboard? The park also includes an aquatic center, baseball and softball fields, a basketball court, a gazebo, shelters, a horseshoe pit, and a playground. It’s open year-round for your enjoyment!

Castlewood Park

201 Castlewood Drive, Lexington, Kentucky 40505
This park near downtown is one of Lexington’s oldest, but it has similar amenities to some of its newer counterparts. On its 32 acres, you’ll find an aquatic center, a basketball court, a baseball/softball field, a community center with a gym, a playground, a horseshoe pit, and tennis courts.

Masterson Station Park

3051 Leestown Road, Lexington, KY 40511
At 660 acres, this park in West Lexington is often used for horse shows, soccer tournaments, and organized walks. Visiting in May? You’ll find the Bluegrass Classic Stock Dog Trials, which bring the best border collies and handles in the nation to Lexington. If you’re staying at our extended stay during July, check out the annual Lexington Lions Bluegrass Fair, which is packed with food, rides, and music. The fair attracts thousands every year.

If you have any specific questions, please do not hesitate to contact Bluegrass Extended Stay.