Parks Facilities in Richmond, Indiana

For additional information, visit Richmond Parks and Recreation.

Map Park Total Acres Rentals Play
grounds
Picnic Areas Rest
rooms
Pool Tennis Courts Fishing Ball Fields Basketball Courts Volley
ball
Community Recreation District
(1) Glen Miller Park
2200 National Road East
155 13 yes yes yes   yes yes      
(2) East Side Lions Park
North 15th and "C" Streets
2.3   yes yes              
(3) Swicker Park
South 7th and "E" Streets
2.6     yes              
(4) Richmond Senior Community Center
1600 South 2nd Street
7 1     yes            
(5) South 10th Street Park
South 10th and "B" Street
2.2     yes              
Outdoor Recreation District
(6) Springwood Lake Park
64 Waterfall Road
104 2 yes yes yes     yes yes   yes
(7) Middlefork Reservoir
Sylvan Nook Drive
405 5 yes yes yes     yes     yes
(8) Berryfield Park
Middle Drive, off Chester Boulevard
1.3   yes yes         yes yes yes
(9) Whitewater Gorge
Test Road to Veteran's Park
100     yes       yes      
(10) Bicentennial Park
Bridge Avenue & Sim Hodgin Parkway
4     yes       yes      
Sports/Fitness District
(11) Clear Creek Park
S.W. 13th & West Main Street
49   yes yes yes yes yes   yes yes yes
(12) Freeman Park
Middleboro & New Paris Pikes
30     yes         yes yes  
(13) West Side Lions
N.W. "J" & Ridge Streets
2.2   yes yes           yes  
(14) Mary Scott Park
N.W. 7th & N.W. "A" Streets
7 2 yes yes         yes   yes
(15) North 10th Street Park
North 10th & U.S. 27 North
1.2   yes yes              
Golf Courses
(16) Highland Lake Golf Course
1972 Highland Lake Road
165       yes            

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