For inquiries please email us at parks@cityofnewalbany.com or
call 812-949-PARK (7275).


CITY OF NEW ALBANY – PARKS AND RECREATION

CoNA-Parks
Mission
Strive to enrich the quality of life and well-being of our citizens, visitors, and future generations by creating opportunities for each to learn, grow, and play through use of our various parks and recreation programs.
Vision
To continuously improve and plan for future growth and expansion of our parks, special use venues, facilities, open spaces, walking trails, and recreational programs.Slogan
Creating Community Through Parks, Programs, and the People We Serve.Rules
City of New Albany, IN – Parks and Recreation Ordinances

  • Title IX: General Regulations
  • 98. Parks and Recreation

Donations
As we strive to meet our mission and vision we are always accepting of community involvment whether it be through volunteerism or various donations.  For more information on how to get involved, please call us at 812-949-5448 or email parks@cityofnewalbany.com .

Parks and Recreation brochure:
Click Here for the City of New Albany Summer Brochure 2015Article:
The News & Tribune met up with Parks Director Alicia Meredith and wrote an article about the progress the Parks Department has made over the last year. Click here  to see what they had to say!

Anderson Park - 711 Hildreth Street

anderson1Anderson Park is the home of our USSSA and NSA adult softball leagues and tournaments.  It covers a span of 4.85 acres holding three 300 feet softball fields.  Each is equipped with lighting, scoreboards, covered dugouts, a scorer’s box, and bleachers for fan seating.  To accommodate our teams and spectators, there is a concession stand with covered seating for eating and two restroom facilities.

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Bicknell Park - 315 Silver Street

A small and quaint park at 5.2 acres, Bicknell Park has a lot to offer citizens.  It has a covered shelter for picnic lunches and dinners, 2 basketball goals, open space, a well lit paved walkway around the park, and a playground offering fun for all ages.

Billy Herman Park - 600 Scribner Drive

This location is the “Home of New Albany Youth League Baseball and Fastpitch.”  Billy Herman Park sits on 5.2 acres, has 4 baseball fields of differing sizes, a batting cage, pressbox, concessions stand, restrooms, bleachers, a paved walking path, and is adjacent to Anderson Park.

Binford Park - 1701 Graybrook Lane

Binford Park is one of our larger parks sitting on 18.8 acres and is most well known and used for its football field and soccer field. Other spaces offered are basketball goals, 2 horseshoe pits, a playground, and a covered shelter. Renovation and the redevelopment of this park are in the works.  Upon completion there will be various youth soccer fields, perfect for tournaments, leagues, and practices.  Fields included four U5/6, one U7/8, two U10, and two U12.

Cannon Acres Soccer Field - 1933 Budd Road

Cannon Acres Sports Fields cover 28 acres that are designated primarily for soccer.  This park offers an expansive flat grass space set within rolling topography and suburban neighborhoods.

Cherry Valley Golf Course - 600 Cherry Street

Cherry Valleywww.cherryvalleygolf.com

Built in 1932, this 9 hole par 3 golf course is perfect for a shorter round of golf following a hard day at work. It is open to all golfers. Come out and enjoy a great round of golf at Cherry Valley Golf Course located in New Albany, Indiana. Please see the link above or the schedules tab for rates.

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Division Street Park - 1728 Division Street

division1 Offering a small fenced in area with 2 basketball goals and .15 acres of turf, Division Street Park is a great place for those who want to get out and shoot hoops or play a pick-up game.  It is located next to the historic Division Street School.

 

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Fairmont Park - 1725 Abbie Dell (Abbeydell Avenue)

Fairmont Park is a 2.5 acres park attached to Fairmont Elementary School. The park features a shelter with 6 picnic tables, 2 practice ball fields, 2 playgrounds, and a paved lighted walk way around the entire park.

Griffin Recreation Center - 1140 Griffin Street

Griffin Street Center is our main recreational facility that serves the community through various programs and activities for people of all ages.  From Zumba, to our seniors club, to our after school program for children to interact, learn, play, have an after school snack, and a bit of fun, the Griffin Street Center has something to offer everyone.  The various areas include 2 restroom facilities, an indoor gymnasium, a softball field, 2 basketball goals, 1 volleyball court, a mini disc golf course, and 2 horseshoe pits all on 5.5 total acres. The gym and kitchen are available to the public to be rented for special occasions.  Gym capacity…with tables and chairs- 375, with chairs only- 804, standing room only- 1125.

Joe Kraft Park - 500 W 7th Street

Joe Kraft Park serves primarily its surrounding neighborhood.  In addition to it’s .68 acres, it has a playground, practice ball field, and 2 basketball goals. Falling Run Creek runs through the park, which has 1,000 linear feet of bank within its boundaries.

Millerwood Park - 1759 Millerwood Drive

Millerwood Park is a neighborhood park  with a playground and a basketball goal. It has a lot of creek frontage with 3 footbridges making this well shaded, peaceful park easily accessible from anywhere in the neighborhood.

Ritter Park - 1218 Culbertson Avenue

Ritter Park, with 1.55 acres of space is located just east of S. Ellen Jones Elementary School.  Ritter Park includes a playground, large covered shelter, two basketball goals, park benches, a volleyball court, paved walking path around the park and the perfect amount of green space for a family game of two-hand touch football.

River Run Aquatic Center - 224 W. Daisy Lane

Visit www.nariverrun.com for more information on the River Run Family Water Park

The New Albany River Run Family Water Park has a swimming and wading pool with a large steamboat play feature, splash pad, lazy river, 4 slides, one of which is a large bowl that spins you around and drops you from the middle into the water, lounge chairs, Funbrellas, and concessions. Click here for rate and season pass information.

Capacity levels:

Activity Pool- 667
Wading Pool- 161
Lazy River- 550
Total- 1,378

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Sertoma Park - 1315 Mill Lane

One of our larger green spaces, Sertoma Park has a secluded and relaxed atmosphere perfect for family reunions and business gatherings. Within it’s 5.67 acres, it has covered shelter, playground, a basketball court, a volleyball court, a practice ball field, 2 horseshoe pits, and a restroom. Sertoma is ideal for the community and the quiet neighborhood it serves off of Slate Run.

Silver Street Park- 2043 Silver Street

Our newly developed sports facility and park is now open!  The park contains a 50 yard by 50 yard indoor sports turf and concessions along with several outdoor features such as a football/soccer stadium with a pressbox, bleachers, lights, and scoreboards, two basketball courts, skate park, splash pad, playground, 1/2 mile walking path, 3 shelters, and an entertainment pavillion.  This is the perfect venue for camps, practices, games, various leagues (soccer, wiffle ball, kick ball, volleyball, etc), running/walking, corporate outings, etc.

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Valley View Golf Course - 3748 Lawrence Banet Road, Floyds Knobs, IN 47119

http://www.valleyviewgolfclub.org/
Valley View is an 18 hole course that serves golfers within approximately a one hour radius of its location in Floyds Knobs. Spanning over 200 acres, this course includes a golf shop and clubhouse and is perfect for a business golf outing or your daily and weekend round of golf. Please see the link above for more rates and more details.

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Board of Public Works Parks- 

All inquiries for the following parks, please call 812-948-5336 or attend a Board of Public Works meeting every Tuesday at 10am in the City/County building at 311 Hauss Square.

Bicentennial Park

118 E Spring St. New Albany, Indiana 47150

Riverfront Amphitheater
290 E Water St. New Albany, Indiana 47150

City of New Albany Parks & Recreation

New Albany Parks & Recreation Office • 2043 Silver Street • New Albany, IN 47150
Phone: 812-949-5448 / Fax: 812-949-5449
Email: parks@cityofnewalbany.com
Website: www.cityofnewalbany.com/component/content/article/2
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Griffin Activity Center • 1140 Griffin Street • New Albany, IN 47150
Follow the signs at State and Lewis Streets.
Phone: 812-949-PARK (7275)

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