Size in acres: 4.5
Packard Park is located at Fairfield Avenue and Packard Avenue. For more detailed location information,
check out the General Park Map or Packard Park Map
History: In June of 1933 the Park Board purchased from George B. Buist, with the Packard Piano Company the land which is now known as Packard Park. The land was purchased for $12,000. The park is mainly known for its softball diamond among its many other features.
WHAT TO DO
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Packard Park features an open air shelter with tables for picnicking that is available on a first come/first served basis.
Children will be entertained all day by this playground with multiple slides, a swing set and other amenities.
Tennis lovers can practice their game on one of two courts.
Future Soccer/Futsal Courts
The Homestead Boys Soccer Team is raising money to build soccer/futsal courts in Fort Wayne's Packard Park!!
Please help our Homestead Boys Soccer Team raise money to build soccer/futsal courts in Fort Wayne's Packard Park!! Please donate to help us…
Packard also features a softball diamond with bleacher seating for spectators.