Garfield Park

Garfield Park

Address:2345 Pagoda Dr
Indianapolis, IN 46203

Phone:317-327-7220
Fax:317-327-7235
Web: www.eGov/City/DPR/Parks/home.htm
Size: 123 acres.
Location:Central Indianapolis.
Facilities:Picnic shelter, Burrello Family Center, horseshoe pits, pool, playground, pagoda, sunken gardens, conservatory, weight room, athletic fields.
Activities:Swimming, tennis, basketball, football, softball, horseshoes, sledding.
Special Features:Established in 1881, Garfield is the oldest park in Indianapolis. Other park attractions include the MacAllister Center for the Performing Arts.

See other parks in Indiana.
Parks Directory of the United States, 5th Edition. © 2007 by Omnigraphics, Inc.
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