Parks and Recreation in Westfield, Indiana
Parks and recreation in Westfield, an Indianapolis suburb, are of monumental importance to this family-oriented community. Neighboring townships have joined together under the banner of Hamilton County Parks to take advantage of the combined resources of the nine Hamilton County townships. The administrative office for this conglomerate is located in Westfield, Indiana.
There were no formal parks in Westfield until Hadley Park was opened at Union Street and SR 32 in 1994. Named for Westfield business and philanthropic scion Roy O. Hadley, this charming park is located in downtown Westfield.
Active parks that have since sprung up in Westfield include Simon Moon Park, located between South Union Street and Carey Road on 171st Street; Asa Bales Park in downtown Westfield; Freedom Trail Park, next to Westfield’s Washington Woods Elementary School; and Quaker Park at 17501 Dartown Road.
Park land has been set aside for athletic fields in Armstrong Park and Osborne Park, both in Westfield, and Raymond Worth Park and Woods at the Maples are in the works for future Westfield parks and recreation projects.
Parks and Recreation
2706 E 171 St
Westfield, IN 46074-9734
317.896.5452 ext. 150
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