Lions Club Park

Lions Club Park

Lions Club Park

Located at the intersection of Adeline and Russ Streets just east of Kilgore Avenue, this quiet, wooded park is home to the 24-hole Carl Scott Memorial Disc Golf Course.  The park also has picnic areas, a playground, a pavilion, and a great sledding hill in the winter.

2400 Russ St, Yorktown

(765) 759-4003

http://www.yorktownindiana.org/department/division.php?structureid=42

 

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421 S Walnut St, Ste 100
Muncie, Indiana 47305
765-284-2700
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Mansfield Park

Mansfield Park

Mansfield Park

Mansfield Park, one of Muncie’s hidden pleasures, is inviting you to experience the enjoyment of a day at the park. Both a place for relaxation and recreation, the park tailors to the needs of all its patrons. The events building, a significant asset of Mansfield Park, stands directly across from the pond. This large, multi-purpose building can be rented for wedding receptions, meetings, and much more. Attributes like two fireplaces and kitchen facilities make it a convenient and inviting place to have your event. In 2003, as a part of the continuing effort of the trustee to improve the quality of the park, a survey was undertaken to discover the public’s perception about the different park facilities, prevailing problems, if any, and to gather suggestions on improving its quality.

One of the most celebrated features of the park is the pond, the focal point of the entire park. Set in the center of rolling, green lawns, it lends itself to the beautiful and serene atmosphere of Mansfield Park. The pond attracts many people, whether it is for a peaceful afternoon of fishing or a day in the sun. In one corner of the pond is a raised gazebo, a place to rest by the water.

Expansive lawns for pick-up games of football or ultimate Frisbee surround the pond. Two tennis courts and a soccer field are also available to park patrons. Shuffleboard courts and horseshoe pits have also recently been added. For the children, a full play set can provide hours of fun. A pavilion of picnic tables on the park grounds is the perfect place for an outdoor meal with friends or family.

2801 S Eaton Ave, Muncie

(765) 288-3818

https://www.centertownshiptrustee.com/departments/center-township-recreation/

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421 S Walnut St, Ste 100
Muncie, Indiana 47305
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McCullouch Park

McCullouch Park

McCullouch Park

Softball diamond, soapbox derby, playground, rental cabin, picnic shelters, basketball court disc golf course and more. Parking for White River Greenway.

McCulloch Park is the largest community park located in Muncie, IN. The park is named after for local newspaper industrialist, George F. McCulloch, who gave the 118 acres of land to the city for a park in 1892. The park later consisted of a baseball field that hosted two professional teams; the “Muncie Fruit Jars” and the “Muncie Reds”. The park also served as the spring training home of the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1943–1945. The park is still in operation today. It is accessible to the community and includes playgrounds, a disc golf course, a soap box derby track, basketball courts, baseball fields, picnic areas, a park lodge rental facility, restrooms, and fishing/boating areas.

Corner of North Broadway & East Centennial Avenue
Muncie, IN 47303

https://www.cityofmuncie.com/egov/apps/locations/facilities.egov?view=detail;id=32

 

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8:30a.m. to 4:30p.m.

 

 

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421 S Walnut St, Ste 100
Muncie, Indiana 47305
765-284-2700
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Morrow’s Meadow

Morrow’s Meadow

Morrow’s Meadow is the location of the annual Fourth of July Festival and many other events throughout the year, including the Yorktown Council of Arts Movies in the Meadow, Yorktown’s Farmer Market, the annual Yorktown Fire Department Fire Prevention Car Show, Yorktown Public Library’s Summer Reading Program, Reach Yorktown’s Kids in the Meadow, and more.
Morrow’s Meadow serves a large gathering point for the community. The park houses 3 pavilions which are available for rent. Reservations for the park can be made by calling 765-759-4003, or emailing info@yorktownindiana.org.
Oakhurst Gardens at Minnetrista

Oakhurst Gardens at Minnetrista

Oakhurst Gardens at Minnetrista

Experience the wonderment of Oakhurst Gardens, located along the banks of the White River. Oakhurst includes six acres of gardens and the renovated 1895 home of George and Frances Ball and their daughter, Elisabeth. Oakhurst provides a tranquil backyard setting for the study and appreciation of the natural world around us. Oakhurst Gardens are the perfect place to walk and explore. Experience peaceful shade from the oak trees, enjoy gazing at the garden beds filled with beautiful perennials, shrubs, and annuals, keep your eye out for intricate mosaics and have fun in Betty’s Cabin. Oakhurst Gardens is open year round

1200 N Minnetrista Pkwy, Muncie     (765) 282-4848     https://www.minnetrista.net/gardens-nature-area

 

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