More than just a home: What to do around Rock Springs.

The neighborhood of Rock Springs has a lot to offer. Whether you are already lucky enough to live here or are interested in the area, check out all that the area has to offer.

Paddock Springs is just down the street from Rock Springs, but you may know the outdoor mall by it’s former name, the Summit. This shopping center boosts a variety of different clothing and specialty stores and has plenty more to offer in terms of entertainment. Among some major stores include Banana Republic, Bed, Bath, & Beyond, and Barnes & Noble.

There’s a well rounded collection of restaurants in the neighborhood. Between Verbena Cafe–serving breakfast and lunch all day–and Tea Station Chinese Bistro–ranking among the top Chinese restaurants in Louisville–a dinner out of the house is right around the corner. Beyond these two restaurants are a number of others, including favorites like Shogun, Panera Bread, and Papa John’s Pizza. 

Tucked away within Rock Springs is a tranquil nature trail that opens into a meadow. Green space is a commodity in a growing city like Louisville, and the scenic beauty that envelopes the property of Rock Springs makes this a special, peaceful community. Whether it’s a morning jog with the dog or playing football with the kids, you can take full advantage of the woody trails or green pasture. Down the street from Rock Springs is Briar Hill park, a public space where the community comes together to play football, have picnics, or just relax.

A community is reflective of those who make it up, and between the local businesses and restaurants that surround the Rock Springs community, you can be certain this neighborhood has been built of solid foundations.

If you’d like to learn more, check out our interactive map showcasing local restaurants, businesses, schools, churches, and more by clicking here.