Zionsville Parks

Something For Everyone


Zionsville offers exceptional park facilities that enhance healthy and active lifestyles while connecting people to nature, programs and community. Our recreational and special event opportunities are geared toward every walk of life. You can enjoy hiking in the woods, hitting a round of golf at the 9-hole Zionsville Golf Course, cooling off at our Mulberry Fields Splash Pad or expanding your knowledge of the natural world at Zionsville Nature Center.

Our community offers 500 acres of parks filled with a robust variety of recreational amenities. Zionsville has more parkland per capita than nearly any other town its size in Indiana. Our department takes pride in providing the best park experience to visitors while promoting conservation and healthy ecosystems. Take a look at all we have to offer.

Our Parks
Check out Zionsville parks and a list of amenities at each location.

Stay Connected

Sign up for the parks monthly emails and seasonal activity guide Active by Nature. Active by Nature is published 4 times a year and available as download or in print at Zionsville Nature Center, Town Hall or Zionsville Golf Course.
 
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Parks Five Year Master Planning Process

Happening Now! 5-Year Master Plan Process

The Zionsville Parks and Recreation Department has begun the process of updating our Parks Master Plan. The 5-Year Master Plan will take a fresh and holistic look at parks and recreation for the Zionsville Parks and Recreation Department. Visit our 5-Year Master Plan website and take the survey.

Building Together
Check our the progress on our current major capital projects.
Overley-Worman Park May 20 Opening
Overley-Worman Park Ribbon Cutting

Overley-Worman Park, Southern Section of Big-4 Rail Trail Open

The beauty of Overley-Worman Park can be seen in the rolling landscape, woodland and wetland areas that we’ve largely left untouched. We chose to embrace the landscape and heal and restore portions of the site to a natural condition. This park is the best of both worlds with spaces to participate in active adventures (mountain biking, future disc golf and playgrounds, fishing pier) and also spaces to view picturesque views of Eagle Creek and the pond.

Thank you to those in attendance at the May 20 ribbon cutting: Mayor Emily Styron, Deputy Mayor Julie Johns-Cole, Zionsville Parks and Recreation, Zionsville Parks Board, Zionsville Town Council, Zionsville Indiana Police Department, Zionsville Fire Department, Zionsville Parks Foundation, Friends of Overley-Worman Park, former Parks Board president and trail champion David Brown, REA and many others.

Sorry disc golfers... due to wet conditions the western half of Overley-Worman Park will remain closed. Rain and flooding have delayed progress on the disc golf course and trail system. The pedestrian bridge, mountain bike trails, walking paths and fishing pier on the east side of the park are currently open.

Resources

  1. Parks Department


    Physical Address
    1100 W Oak Street
    Zionsville, IN 46077

    Phone: 317-733-2273



  2. Logsdon

    Jarod Logsdon

    Superintendent of Parks and Recreation
    Phone: 317-733-2273