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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Indiana's First Beasley Outdoor Futsal Courts
Futsal, also known as small-sided soccer, has now found a home in Packard Park! Ready to try out the Beasley National Soccer School?
Read more about the Beasley Outdoor Futsal Courts in Packard Park
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.
Packard also features a softball diamond with bleacher seating for spectators.