Hanna Homestead Park
Size in acres: 2.5
In 1962 the old Hanna Homestead house was torn down. The home, on what was originally a 10-acre tract, was built in 1839 by Samuel Hanna. Before the Homestead was torn down it was used as the home for crippled children. Efforts were unsuccessful to preserve the home as a historic landmark. The property was donated to the Fort Wayne Community Schools by Eliza Hanna Hayden, in memory of her father, Samuel Hanna. The Fort Wayne Community Schools gave Hanna Homestead to the Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation Department by Quit Claim deed on January 10, 1966. The property was then developed into a park.
WHAT TO DO
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The shelter at Hanna Homestead is available on a first come/first served basis.
The park features a basketball court with benches and bleachers for spectators.
Children can make use of the two playground sets or the swing set.
The park features a baseball field so visitors can enjoy America's favorite pastime.
A paved walking path circles the vicinity of the park.