Trails are open for hiking and horseback riding!
Brownsboro Harvest Night
Join us on October 6th for Brownsboro Harvest Night, benefitting Brownsboro Alliance and the Brownsboro Alliance Trail Association!
Dinner, Drinks, and Dancing at the Barn Loft of Richard & Rebecca Smith, 2100 Cedar Point Road, La Grange, KY
Music by Bluegrass Blues Brothers, featuring Elvis
Silent Auction for the popular BATA Dinner
E-Bike Raffle, supplied by N+1 Bike Shop
Raffle Tickets $50 (sold separately) | Lic. Exempt #EXE0002816
Thank you to our Sponsors for Brownsboro Harvest Night:
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Brownsboro Alliance Trail Association is a non-profit organization that connects trails and roadbeds of individual landowners to create a natural trail system through the scenic farms of Brownsboro for hiking and horseback riding. The trails include the University of Louisville’s Bird Sanctuary and plans are being implemented for additional trails throughout Brownsboro.
BATA Virtual Adventures!
Brownsboro Alliance proudly presents Virtual Adventures on the Brownsboro Trails! Watch videos from local experts and nature enthusiasts as we take you on journeys through the scenic trails around Oldham County, Kentucky. With this program, we are thrilled that anyone, anywhere can experience the beauty and wonder of the great outdoors.
The Community of Brownsboro
Brownsboro is an Oldham County community north of I-71, bordered by Prospect, Goshen, and Jefferson County. First settled in 1782, Brownsboro began as a thriving agricultural village, and is now home to many farms, natural resources, and scenic views.