Three rivers converge in the heart of downtown Fort Wayne.
People in Northeast Indiana have gathered here for centuries.
Experience the legacy. Explore the natural wonder. And enjoy
this community’s new momentum forward.
Check out information on Promenade Park
Of special note: we have 87 parks covering 2,825 acres of parkland!
Please note, all city parks are open from 6 am until 11 pm daily.
An on-line copy of the Facility and Park Directory which includes park physical addresses is now available. For general mailing purposes, please use 705 E. State Blvd., Fort Wayne, IN 46805.
Alphabetical listing of park web links:
Bloomingdale Park (East/West)
Bob Arnold Park (a.k.a. Northside Park)
Boone Street Playlot
Camp Allen Park
Daryl B Cobin Memorial Park
East Central Park
Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory (Botanical Conservatory)
Foster Park West
Franklin School Park
Hanna Homestead Park
Hanna's Ford (consists of undeveloped natural open space along the St. Joseph River)
Historic Old Fort
Homestead Park/Ronald G. Repka Memorial Park
Indian Village Park
Ivan Lebamoff Reservoir Park
Japanese Friendship Garden
John Street Park
Johnny Appleseed Park/City Utilities Park
Justin Study Park
Lindenwood Nature Preserve
Little Turtle Memorial
Mason Drive Little League Complex (located at 5800 Mason Drive)
Nuckols Memorial Park
Old Fort Park
Promenade Park (87th Park/Opened August 9th!)
Psi Ote Park
Robert E. Meyers Park
Salomon Farm Park
Seiling Block Park
Summit Street Block Park
Swinney Park East
Swinney Park West
Wells Street Park
Wells Street Bridge
West Central Playlot
General Park Information
If you are interested in the mileage of different trails, check out the Park Trail Path Distance chart.
Rediscover Your Parks Booklet (includes history highlights of key parks)
Check out the NEW Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation flier highlighting 11 of our local parks and more!!
Are you curious about the number of parks and all the different amenities the Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation Department provides to the community? Check out the Parks Profile flyer to learn more.