Parks & Recreation

Parks & Recreation DepartmentThe Whitestown Parks and Recreation Department is dedicated to connecting parks and people, by providing environmentally friendly outdoor recreation opportunities for citizens of Whitestown and surrounding communities. We strive to build a greener, healthier community for the children of tomorrow.

We have five parks and number of interesting and fun events throughout the year to bring our community together.  A number of the parks have shelter rentals for birthday parties, graduations and more.

Contact Us

Samantha Baker, Admin and Operations Assistant
317-732-4537
sbaker@whitestown.in.gov

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 Our Parks

Main Street Park

Main Street
Park

4286 S. Main Street

Main Street Park

Anson Acres
Park

4671 Anson Boulevard

Main Street Park

Gateway
Park

6150 Gateway E. Dr.

Main Street Park

Panther
Park

300 S. Buck Street

Main Street Park

Big 4 Linear
Trail Park

106 S. Main Street

Shelter Rental

Are you looking for a place to host your next gathering? Check out the shelters available at our Whitestown Parks. There are five shelters of various sizes available to reserve.

Upcoming 2023 Events

Easter Egg Hunt

Easter Egg Hunt

April 8

Battle of the Badges

Battle of the Badges

April 22

Viking Fest

Viking Fest

April 28-30

Summer Concert Series

Summer Concert Series

Fridays: June 2-July 28

Hops & Hounds

Hops & Hounds

May 11, September 14

Farmers Market

Farmers Market

Thursdays: June 15-August 31

Independance Day

Independence Day

July 3

Whitestown Brewfest

Whitestown Brew Fest

August 12

Movies in the Park

Movies in the Park

Fridays: September 8-22

Halloween Trick or Treat

Halloween Trick or Treat Trail

October 28

Get Involved

The Whitestown Parks and Recreation Department hosts many great community events throughout the year! These events highlight our wonderful parks and amenities, as well as create a sense of community for residents and visitors. We could not do what we do without your support.

Town News

Local 10-year-old becomes officer for a day

On Saturday, December 10, 10-year-old Neeley Pace had the opportunity to be an officer for a day with the Whitestown Metropolitan Police Department. She was randomly chosen from participants at National Night Out for this experience. After being sworn in by Officer...

Sense of Community

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Andrew C.Resident Since 2016