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McCulloch Park  

Size in acres: 4.1

Since 1864

McCulloch Park is located at the intersection of Broadway and Parkview.  For more detailed location information,
check out the General Park Map,  or McCulloch Park Map 

History: 

McCulloch Park was acquired from Hugh McCulloch, a Fort Wayne resident and treasury secretary under Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant.  The donated land was used as a public cemetery until those buried there were relocated to Lindenwood Cemetery for reasons of sanitation.  McCulloch Park features a historic bandstand and the memorial grave site of Indiana's fourth governor, Samuel Bigger.  Governor Bigger remains in his original resting place because he had no family to authorize a reburial.

WHAT TO DO

Scroll down for more information about our park features:

Gazebo

gazebo

McCulloch Park has a beautiful gazebo for visitors' enjoyment.

Playground

playground

A playground is available for children to use.

Picnicking

picnicking

There are several picnic tables available for use at the park.

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