Headwaters Park Events
Located just north of the central city business district, Headwaters Park provides a quiet recreational spot as well as being the place where area residents come together for festivals, concerts, charitable and other special events. Click here for a Park Map and/or Directions
Now available: 2015 Headwaters Park Event Schedule (note, this is a tentative schedule)
'Please note, the fountain is closed yearly for a few days before and after the Three Rivers Festival to allow for festival set-up/tear down.
Two pavilions (Lincoln and Rothschild) are available for public rental. They make wonderful settings for weddings, receptions, company picnics and family reunions. For more information or to book Headwaters Park for your special event, please contact Geoff Paddock at 425-5745.
Rink NOW OPEN for the Season!
Clinton & Superior
Download the Rink flier with all the details about the skating season this winter!
Monday-Thursday 1-8 pm
Friday 12-10 pm
Saturday 11 am-10 pm
Sunday 12-8 pm
Age 13 and under $3
Age 14 and over $5
Skate Rental $2
Spectators & Parking FREE
Gift certificates and skating passes are available at the rink office (422-7625) or the Headwaters Park Alliance office (425-5745).
Kids Skate FREE Days
Kids age 13 and under skate FREE every
Wednesday. Skate rental $2.
The Headwaters Park Ice Rink also offers concessions, skate sharpening services, and private ice rentals (during non-public skating hours).
Headwaters Park is 30 acres in size and includes two parking lots, the festival plazas on both the east and west sides, and plenty of grassy, flood retention space. The Park is located on Clinton Street between Fourth and Superior Streets. Clinton Street is a major street running south (at this point) through downtown Fort Wayne. For directional purposes only, Headwaters Park is located at 333 South Clinton Street. Directions
The mailing address for Headwaters is 110 W Berry Street, Suite 1006, Fort Wayne, IN 46802.
See also the Hamilton Sculpture Garden Brochure for information about these three sculptures of Emerine Hamilton's granddaughters Edith, Alice and Agnes found in Headwaters Park.