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Our Beautiful Parks

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CRAIG PARK

10 E. Smith Valley Rd.
Greenwood, IN 46143

Spanning 27 acres, Craig Park is the largest park in Old Town Greenwood and one of the city’s iconic public spaces.
 

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.

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GREENWOOD AMPITHEATER

300 S Washington St,
Greenwood, IN 46143

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.

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FREEDOM PARK

850 W. Stop 18 Rd.
Greenwood, IN 46143 

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.

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OLD CITY PARK

304 S. Meridian St.
Greenwood, IN 46142

Old City Park, one of the city’s most storied parks located in the heart of downtown, has been completely re-imagined and is once again a central cornerstone of Old Town.

 

Old City Park follows Pleasant Creek from Meridian Street to Madison Avenue in downtown Greenwood. The park spans five acres and connects Craig Park to the City Center Building. Greenwood Public Library is directly south of the park.