Bring your family to explore the beautiful city of Greendale, Indiana. With our 8 parks there is a little something to do for everyone! Enjoy a pick up game of basketball, tennis, baseball or pickleball at our city park. Relax by doing some fishing at Schnebelt pond or by having a picnic with your family at one of our many shelters. Whatever your pleasure we would love to have you visit our tree city!
Our 8 Parks:
Greendale City Park:
Greendale City Park is located on Nowlin Avenue between Park Street & Rand Avenue. It features the city pool, baseball fields, basketball courts, tennis courts, a pickleball court, a playground, shelter area and the Greendale Cabin both of which can be rented for events.
Click HERE for the Greendale Park field reservation schedule
Greendale Community Garden:
The Greendale Community Garden is located on Ludlow Street across from the Greendale Police Department. This park currently features the community garden, but plans to add additional items are on the horizon.
Schnebelt Pond is located on Nowlin Avenue between Cora Avenue & Arthur Streets. It features a pond for fishing or viewing purposes, a playground and a shelter area (that can be rented).
Oakey Park is located on Oakey Avenue between Ludlow & Sheldon Streets. It features a baseball field and playground area.
Click HERE for the Oakey Park field reservation schedule.
Cook Park is located on Ridge Avenue near Broadway Street. Cook Park features a memorial site and beautiful sitting area.
Heroes Memorial Park:
Heroes Memorial Park is located on Ridge Avenue next to the Cook Park. The Heroes Park features a memorial site honoring our local safety departments: Police, Fire and EMS along with our veterans. Bricks displayed at the memorial can be purchased for $45 honoring our veterans, family and friends.
Danny Miller Park:
Danny Miller Park is located on Sunset Drive near Dearborn Court and features a playground area.
Homestead Park is the newest of our parks and is still under construction. This park is located at the Corner of Dorman & Wayne Avenue. It features a playground and a shelter area (that can be rented).
Greendale Park Board: