Terre Haute, Indiana 47804, United States

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Collett Park is located on the corner of 7th & Maple Avenue.  This park is listed on the National Register of Historical Places, dedicated in 1883.  Collett hosts an indoor rental facility, perfect for showers, birthdays or receptions... Read more
Deming Park is located on the East side of Terre Haute at Fruitridge and Ohio Boulevard.  Deming is the largest park in our system, consisting of 177 acres.  It is home to the Oakley Playground, Clark-Lansdbaum Holly Arboretum, an 18-hole... Read more
Located on the East Side of Terre Haute at 5170 East Poplar St., Dobbs Park is a unique City Park which includes a Nature Center and a Native American Museum with an heirloom garden.  Also at Dobbs you will find a 3 acre pond, a restored ... Read more
Fairbanks Park is located on the banks of the Wabash River at 1st and Oak Street.  Fairbanks is the site of many events and festivals throughout the year including our Banks of the Wabash Festival. Fairbanks has several outdoor shelters av... Read more
Brazil’s Forest Park on the south side of the city of Brazil has 49 acres of woodland, a 1/4 mile paved walking/go-cart track, 40,000 square foot wood playground, a four-field baseball complex, 13 picnic shelters, and a 267,000 gallon swi... Read more
Located one-half mile off U.S. 41 on Oregon Church Road, Fowler Park serves as a multipurpose park. Inside Fowler Park are two lakes, a campground, picnic shelters, playgrounds, trails, a covered bridge and a pioneer village with a working ... Read more
Located on East Old Maple Avenue, Hawthorn is six-tenths of a mile north of U.S. 40 off of Hunt Road. The park is divided into two major areas of land, Hawthorn Park on the west and J.I. Case Wetland Wildlife Refuge on the east. On the park... Read more
Explore the spectacular limestone canyon, flowing creek, and scenic waterfalls that highlight Indiana’s first state park. Hike trails featuring diverse forest trees, spicebush, and native wildflowers, including a trail through Wolf Cave N... Read more
Situated on West French Drive, Prairie Cree Park is four miles west of U.S. 41 and one and six-tenths miles east of State Road 63, making it accessible from either highway. The park is a multipurpose park. Its distinctive feature is a beaut... Read more
Includes the Raccoon State Recreation Area and Historic Mansfield Roller Mill. Native forest and large rock outcrops line the upper part of Big Raccoon Creek. Cecil M. Harden Lake resulted from the damming of the creek for flood control. T... Read more
Ready to relax? Let's head for Shakamak. Three man-made lakes offer 400 acres of water for fishing and boating while a family aquatic center provides swimming fun. About two-thirds of the campsites are in a wooded area, offering cool shade ... Read more
Sheridan is located on the North Side of Terre Haute at 28th & Beech Streets.  This park includes a playground, shelter, basketball court and a  softball/baseball field. Read more
Beautiful Turkey Run State Park has something for everyone to enjoy! Hiking Trails: With over 14 miles of easy to very rugged trails in one of the most unique areas of the state, hiking is one of the most popular activities at Turkey Run St... Read more
Craig Park has roughly  97 acres with approximately three miles of walking trails, primitive campgrounds, two large lakes for fishing, a growing softball complex known as Veterans Field, and new soccer fields that are being built. The park... Read more
Hendrix Street Park is a 1.4-acre neighborhood park with a playground, two basketball courts, picnic shelter, mini picnic shelter, tee-ball field, and a large open area for field games and picnicing. It is a great location in the inner city... Read more
The Clay Community Skate Park, construction spearheaded by Roberta and Chuck Weliever, on Wesleyanan Church Street in Brazil was built with many contributors and opened in 2014. There are usually about 15-30+ youth at the skate park. They k... Read more
Clay City is a 147 year-old town (Est. 1873, current pop. ~ 850) in Clay County, located in south central Indiana. It began as a railroad town supported by farming, sawmills, mining, brick and flour factories, several schools and a pottery.... Read more
Sullivan County Park and Lake contains a 468 acre lake constructed in 1968 for swimming, boating and fishing. The lake is well stocked with crappie and hybrid saugeye, as well as bass, bluegill and channel catfish. Water skiing is also very... Read more


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