Well, not quite. The Parklands of Floyds Fork is a nearly 4,000-acre donor- and visitor-supported public park system, while the Louisville Loop is a Metro Louisville initiative that has been blueprinted to circle the city with over 100 miles of multi-recreational paths linking neighborhoods to parks and civic attractions, including The Parklands. The Parklands built and will maintain the 19 miles of the Louisville Loop that run the length of it, from Shelbyville Road to Bardstown Road. Graded for ADA accessibility, the Loop is nonmotorized and unfurls through a variety of landscapes, providing plenty of space for people to run, walk, skate, skip, or bike together. The city is responsible for planning, funding, and building the remaining 81 miles of the Louisville Loop, which are currently in various phases of construction. Learn more about the progress of the Louisville Loop.