This creek is a pleasant Class I (-II) run that winds between large boulders at the bottom of an intimate, wooded gorge.
In spite of its proximity to Louisville, the Harrods Creek is incredibly secluded and almost pristine in its rugged setting. Rapids never exceed an easy Class II in difficulty (and most wash out at high water) and access is excellent.
KY 53 to the Ohio River (Oldham Co, Jefferson Co)
Maps and info from A Canoeing and Kayaking Guide to the Streams of Kentucky by Bob Sehlinger (used by permission).