Armstrong Park is a wide-open green space perfect for all sorts of fun, outdoor activities, such as Frisbee, walking the dog, football, soccer and much more. The park is situated just south of the Countryside Subdivision. A trail cuts through the park, and connects to the existing trail system in the Subdivision.
Asa Bales Park is an multifaceted, 13-acre park situated in the heart of Westfield, at 205 W Hoover St. Amenities include a playground, 3 picnic shelters, public restrooms, a natural amphitheater, charcoal grill, water fountain, dog drinking bowl, swing, skate park, dog waste station and Rhodes Family Historic Marker.
Freedom Trail Park is located 1/2 mile east of Asa Bales Park, at 16200 Countryside Blvd. The main entrance is located at 500 Deer Walk Trace.The park features youth football and lacrosse fields, minor wetland and a beautiful collection of flora and fauna, as well as an all-inclusive playground, a woodlands and riparian way.
The historic Hadley Park is located at the northwest corner of N. Union Street and W. Main Street in Westfield. Established in 1995, Hadley Park features commemorative brick pavers, which lead to a beautiful landscape structure, and a seating area surrounded and beautiful gardens.
Liberty Park is located at 16001 Westfield Blvd, at the southeast corner of 161st street and South Union Street, around 1 mile north of Cool Creek Park. The park features a boardwalk, an observation deck overlooking a wooded wetlands, a gazebo made of reclaimed barn materials, and a parking area.
The Main Street Programming Center is located at located at 330 E Main St in Westfield, near the intersection of E. Main and Cherry. This indoor facility offers three separate spaces for recreational programming.
Old Friends Cemetery Park is located at 302 S Union St, just east of the intersection of M Cherry Street and E. Main Street. The park features a formal garden, a trail system that passes through the park, benches, beautiful landscaping, new bike racks, a drinking fountain, and trash and recycling receptacles.
Quaker Park is located at 130 Penn Street in Westfield. Amenities include the Born Learning Trail, a splash park, playground, parking, charcoal grill, shelter, dog drinking bowl and dog waste station, benches, a basketball court, a garden area, bike rack and public restrooms.
Raymond Worth Park is located at 16301 Little Eagle Creek Ave, a half mile south of W 166th Street. This 17-acre park was established in January of 2003, and features a natural trail for both pedestrian and equestrian use, and ample parking. Wilfong Land Companies donated the land to the City of Westfield in 2003.
Simon Moon Park is located 2710 E 171st Street. The park features a 20-foot diameter Council Circle and Fire Pit, as well as a separate shelter area, both of which are available for rent. Other amenities include 2 playgrounds, a drinking fountain, trail, dog waste station, sledding hill, dog drinking bowl, picnic tables and parking.
The Midland Trace Trail in Westfield is a 1.5-mile trail that can be accessed from both Simon Moon Park and Quaker Park. The trailhead at Old Friends Cemetery Park (302 South Union Street) offers such amenities as benches, bike racks, and a drinking fountain.
The Westfield portion of the Monon Trail begins where the Midland Trace Trail ends at Westfield Park Road, just southeast of Quaker Park. From there, it runs south, all the way down to W. 146th Street. From there the Monon continues into Carmel, and ultimately runs all the way into downtown Indianapolis.
The Natalie Wheeler Trail in Westfield runs 1.5 miles, from 171st Street, where it connects to the Grand Junction Trail, south to 156th Street, just north of Cool Creek Park. The trail varies in width, from 8′-12′, and is great for walking, jogging, bicycling, rollerblading, etc.
Cool Creek Trail runs from 146th Street in Westfield, and through Cool Creek Commons on its way to the internal trails of Cool Creek Park at 151st Street. This 8′-12′ wide asphalt trail also connects to both the Natalie Wheeler Trail north of the park, and the Hagan-Burke Trail on the south side of 146th Street in Carmel.
The Anna Kendall Trail is a planned greenway that is currently under construction. Once complete, it will measure 2.1 miles in length. The first section will start (roughly) near Old Friends Cemetery Park and run south to (roughly) David Brown Drive.
Grand Junction Trail runs from the west side of Union Street, between 171st Street and Jersey Street, and connects to the Natalie Wheeler Trail, the Midland Trace Trail and downtown Westfield. It features a beautiful rain gardens, historic paving brick and granite, and beautiful stone benches at various points along the trail.
Parks and Recreation
2706 E 171 St
Westfield, IN 46074-9734
317.896.5452 ext. 150