Pride Park is located in the heart of Taylor Mill, at 5614 Taylor Mill Road. From I-275, take the Taylor Mill exit (exit #79), and drive south for 3 miles along HWY 16. Pride Park will be on your left at the blinking yellow traffic light.
This 72 acre park offers visitors many different activities with spectacular views of a rolling hillside. The topography of the park is characterized by rolling hills and deep ravines, with a scattering of trees. 59 acres are undeveloped and untouched land, providing visitors picturesque scenic views. The playground area contains many brightly colored items for children to climb, slide, swing, and explore. In the picture to the right, you can see the beautiful landscape surrounding the amphitheater.
The City of Taylor Mill Recreation Department has many special events planned throughout the year. All families of Taylor Mill are encouraged to participate in these fun-filled activities! There are walking trails in the park that form a 1.5 mile loop with quarter mile markers along the way. Pride Park wasn't always a park. Originally, it was a 69 acre sheep farm. In 1998 there was a survey done of the 2 family cemeteries (Wolf and Martin families) that lay on that piece of land. The park was built in 1999 and went through several phases to be what it is today. For more pictures of Pride Park, please see the collection in the Photo Gallery page. For any questions and/or concerns about Pride Park, please use the City of Taylor Mill Contact Form. You can also call us during regular business hours at (859) 581-3234.