The City of Greenwood, IN

Welcome to the website for the City of Greenwood!

EXTRA SPACE

With 281 acres spread across 15 parks, Greenwood is proud to offer an expansive system of public recreation space. Park features include playgrounds, green space, basketball and tennis courts, open fields, picnic areas and greenways connecting to various city trails.

And that’s just for the humans!

Become a dog park member and let your four-legged friends run free, find new playmates or test their agility skills on various obstacles.

Summer Park Hours:

  • May 1 – Oct. 31
  • Daily: 7:30 a.m. - 10:30 p.m.

Winter Park Hours:

  • Nov. 1 - April 30
  • Daily: 8 a.m. – dusk

Rent a shelter, pavilion or gazebo.

EXTRA SPACE

Facility Rental

Greenwood parks offer a variety of rental options, including shelters, pavilions with grill access, and gazebos. 

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Children's Garden Park

Located on Main Street, just east of Fire Station 91, Children’s Garden Park provides an urban respite for Old Town residents and visitors. The 2-acre park features a gazebo that can be rented for private parties or special occasions. Ornamental plantings, trellises and a fountain define the character of the landscape.

201 E. Main St
Greenwood, IN 46142

City Center Park

Historically, City Center Park served as the home to Greenwood’s public pool and was originally known as Pool Park. In 2013, the 5-acre park on Lincoln Street in downtown Greenwood took on a new name and a new purpose.

City Center Park offers a wide array of recreational amenities to visitors. The county’s only splash pad provides a fun way to cool
down during summer months. Playgrounds are handicap accessible and include popular equipment (expression swings) for kids of all abilities. City Center Park also features walking trails and a basketball court. The shelter, with an adjacent charcoal grill, is available for rentals and events.

415 Lincoln St.
Greenwood, IN 46142

Community Garden

The Greenwood Community Garden is located adjacent to Fire Station 92 on the north side of Fry Road. Residents can rent 20 x 20 foot plots to grow plants, flowers, fruits and vegetables. The garden is also used by many community organizations to provide fresh local food to underserved populations.

To reserve a garden plot, call the Parks Department at 317.881.4545

1244 W. Fry Rd.
Greenwood, IN 46142

Craig Park

Spanning 27 acres, Craig Park is the largest park in Old Town Greenwood. Tree-lined paths and the 10-acre complex owned by Greenwood Little League define the character of Craig Park, one of the city’s iconic public spaces.

Other park amenities include playgrounds, tennis courts, various pathways, a volleyball court and three nature-themed play pockets. The park is also home to Greenwood’s annual WAMM Fest and Freedom Festival.

Craig Park has two shelters and a gazebo, all of which are available
for rent
.

10 E. Smith Valley Rd.
Greenwood, IN 46143

Freedom Park

Freedom Park, located in southwest Greenwood, features a 1.5-mile walking trail, disc golf course, soccer/football fields, a large playground and both tennis and basketball courts.

The park is also home to Freedom Springs Aquatic Center, one of the city’s most popular attractions. In the winter, Freedom Park transforms into Greenwood’s sledding headquarters, with a large hill offering hours of fun for sleigh-riders young and old. 

Freedom Park includes a shelter house available for rent.

850 W. Stop 18 Rd.
Greenwood, IN 46143 

Greenwood Amphitheater
Greenwood Amphitheater

Greenwood Amphitheater

Greenwood Amphitheater is the area’s premier outdoor music venue, hosting thousands of residents and visitors annually. Pleasant Creek forms the Amphitheater’s northern border and provides natural terracing perfect for concerts. 

Greenwood Amphitheater is home to the city’s free Summer Concert Series and showcases a number of local musicians during community festivals. Located behind the Greenwood Community Center, the venue can also be reserved for private events.

Northeast Park

Located on Crestview Drive, Northeast Park covers 19 acres and sits adjacent to Northeast Elementary School. Park attractions include a soccer complex, playground equipment, basketball court, softball diamond, two picnic shelters and the area’s only skate park.

The picnic shelters are available for rent.

100 Crestview Dr.
Greenwood, IN 46143

Northwest Park

The largest of four municipally owned properties on the Fry Road corridor, Northwest Park features more than 12 acres defined more by the natural landscape than recreational amenities. Mature trees and Pleasant Run Creek anchor the park, providing an opportunity for residents to immerse themselves in nature.

A new gazebo and large shelter can be reserved for private events. Basketball courts, a playground and several short trails provide active recreation options.

1300 W. Fry Rd.
Greenwood, IN 46142

Northwest Park Annex

Spanning over 20 acres, Northwest Annex allows visitors an immersive forest experience less than a mile from State Road 135. Walking trails crisscrossing Pleasant Run Creek provide a unique identity to the park.

During winter months, Northwest Annex becomes a retreat for
cross-country skiers. The park has a shelter and adjacent grill available for rent

1600 W. Fry Rd.
Greenwood, IN 46143

Old City Park

Old City Park follows Pleasant Creek from Meridian Street to Madison Avenue in downtown Greenwood. The park spans 5 acres and connects Craig Park to the City Center Building and is featured heavily in downtown festivals and events.

Amenities include a shaded playground, football field and a shelter that can be reserved for private events. Greenwood Public Library is directly south of the park and overlooks the football field.

304 S. Meridian St.
Greenwood, IN 46142

Summerfield Park

Covering 16 acres, Summerfield Park provides a large greenspace to one of the city’s rapidly growing residential areas. Open play areas, soccer fields and a basketball court define the park’s character. 

A large shelter house near two playgrounds is available for rent

Summerfield Park can be accessed via the main entrance on Worthsville Road, or by Tracy Trail as the park serves as the southern border for the Tracy Trail System.   

275 W Worthsville Rd
Greenwood, IN 46143

Surina Square Park

Surina Square Park encompasses the open spaces of the Surina Square complex which houses: Greenwood Community Center, Greenwood Amphitheater, Greenwood Police Department, Greenwood City Court and Greenwood Fire Station 91. The well-manicured tree lawns are the perfect place to attend a concert at the Amphitheater or enjoy a local brew during Freedom Fest.

100 Surina Way
Greenwood, IN 46143

Trails Park

Located on the south side of Fry Road, adjacent to Covered Bridge Road, Trails Park covers two acres. The park aids Greenwood’s flood control measures and provides open green space for walkers to enjoy. There is no parking on site, and the park is only accessible on foot.

1600 W Fry Rd
Greenwood, IN 46142

University Park

One of Greenwood’s largest and most popular parks, University Park
covers more than 40 acres on the eastside of the city. The park was
designed to integrate with its surrounding neighborhood, Homecoming at University Park. 

University Park has both fully wooded enclaves and large open spaces providing a variety of opportunities for active recreation. Other park
features include walking trails, a forest-themed playground, a basketball court, Four Paws Dog Park and Reflections Plaza Pavilion. 

Both the pavilion and shelter house can be reserved for private events.

200 Legacy Blvd
Greenwood, IN 46143

Westside Park

Westside Park covers 27 acres of land and includes a softball diamond, tennis courts, playgrounds and a picnic shelter. Pleasant Creek, the park’s defining landscape feature, runs throughout Westside Park.

Walking trails trace the creek’s path, which meanders through the woods and provides walkers and joggers with a scenic natural backdrop.

Westside Park has a shelter available for rent.

820 W Main St
Greenwood, IN 46142

Woodmen Park

Located adjacent to the Greenwood High School campus, Woodmen Park offers 14 acres of open fields, a volleyball court, softball field, T-ball fields and multiple playgrounds. A shelter can be reserved for private events.

720 Ashmore Dr.
Greenwood, IN 46143

Dog Parks

Become a dog park member and let your four-legged friends run free, find new playmates or test their agility skills on various obstacles. Dog parks are located at Freedom Park and University Park.

Become a Dog Park Member

Skate Park

The Greenwood Skate Park is located within Northeast Park. The park features ramps, obstacles and rails to challenge and entertain skateboard enthusiasts. Entry to the skate park is free, and please remember to wear helmets and appropriate safety gear!

100 Crestview Dr.
Greenwood, IN 46143

Parks Map

Grassy Creek Park

Located off Worthsville Road, Grassy Creek is Greenwood's 15th and newest Park.  Grassy Creek Park sits on over 5 miles of trails, grasses and wooded areas adding ten acres to our Park system. Currently, work is underway to connect this Park to the trail system at Central Nine Education Center. Also included at this Park is a small, well lit parking lot that serves as a trail head to the Worthsville Road Trail and the Central Nine loop.

602 East Worthsville Rd.
Greenwood, IN 46143