About Us

Noblesville Parks...Your Vacation in Town!

2015-2019 Parks Master Plan 

Our team is made up of 25 full-time dedicated public servants whose job it is to make sure you have affordable, engaging, educational, enjoyable programs and events at clean fantastic facilities and properties.  The Noblesville Parks and Recreation Department manages over 870 acres of parkland in the City of Noblesville.  We are responsible for 6 developed parks which are Forest Park, Dr. James A. Dillon Park, Federal Hill Commons, Southside Park, Seminary Park and the soon to open Finch Creek Park.  Phase 1 of Finch Creek Park, which includes 27 acres of developed land, located at 166th and Boden Road is slated to open mid-October.  We also have 200 acres of undeveloped properties which will become future parks including 100 acres at State Road 38 and Hague Road.  Additionally, we operate 2 golf courses, Forest Park, a nine hole historic jewel and Fox Prairie, a 27 hole championship course.  Further, we own the Noblesville Soccer Fields, home of the Noblesville United Soccer Club.

Noblesville Parks offers constituents over 100 miles of paved trails throughout the community. Watch us grow!

Noblesville Parks is responsible for programs and events in which thousands in the community and surrounding areas participate annually.  These programs include adult, youth, and children's fitness, dance, nature, summer day camps, preschool programs, sports classes, educational classes and more.  We also bring events such as the Noblesville Summer Concert Series, Federal Hill Events and Concert Series, Noblesville Movie Series, Bed Race, Easter Egg Hunt, and Summer Campout to name a few.  Check us out to see what we have to offer you and your family!

Our Mission:  The Noblesville Parks and Recreation Department is dedicated to the leisure time interests of the local populace, and to the care of the natural resources of the area.  The Department strives to enhance the quality of life and sense of community through healthful recreational and leisure experiences.  As the City's land steward, the Department seeks to maintain the delicate balance of public use and conservation/preservation of the natural environment to result in the highest benefit for all.

Contact Us

  • Business: (317) 776-6350
  • Business Fax: (317) 524-1585
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday-Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm Sat-Sun - Closed

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