Size in acres: 16.5
Hamilton Park is located at Spring Street and Cherokee Road. For more detailed location information, check out the General Park Map or Hamilton Park Map
History: In 1930, 16.5 acres was acquired by purchase and donation. The park was called Hamilton Park after the Hamilton Family that had a bank in early Fort Wayne history. In 2000 Hamilton Park was redesigned by City Utilities to act as a water retention basin. In exchange, the park received major improvements including a new baseball diamond, new playground equipment, and a paved trail around the perimeter of the park.
WHAT TO DO
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Hamilton Park includes your choice of three baseball diamonds toward the west end of the park. All baseball diamonds are available on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are interested in scheduling the baseball diamonds for a specific event, call Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation at 427-6000.
Hamilton Park's shelter is available on a first come first served basis. During the summer months it is used Monday-Friday for the playground program.
Enjoy a new mural at Hamilton Park thanks to the North Highlands Neighborhood Association and local artist Suzanne Rhee.
Several picnic tables are scattered throughout Hamilton Park for your enjoyment.
Hamilton Park has 3 distinct playground areas for your little ones to play, including a special area just for infants and toddlers.
Tennis & Pickleball Courts
Enjoy one tennis court or now 6 pickleball courts at Hamilton Park!
A walking path surrounds the perimeter of Hamilton Park. Once around the outside loop is .55 or if you're feeling ambitious, do a figure 8 using the center path for a total of .75 miles.