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More Greenfield Parks

Hours of Operation: Dawn to dusk


Commons Park

Address 856 West 5th Street Greenfield IN 46140

Commons Park is a small residential park, less than 1 acre, offering playground equipment in a quiet, peaceful setting. Enjoy this tucked-away, unique park while taking a rest or watching the kids play on the playground!


  • Playground
  • Picnic Tables

Henry B. Wilson Park

Address 2349 Collins Way, Greenfield, IN 46140

Henry B. Wilson Park is a 14-acre park nestled along the Brandywine. Whether it’s hiking, biking, or enjoying nature, this park has it all! Multi use trails with mountain bike trail features, a floating bridge across the Brandywine Creek, fishing, and picnic tables.
Parking/Directions: From I-70 and State Road 9, go south on SR 9 and turn left onto Martindale Dr. (by White Castle). Greenfield Parks and Recreation has permission from Kohls Department Store to park in their parking lot and walk/jog/run OR bike to the park (only 0.3-mile distance) – ONLY use the parking spots farthest away from the store entrance and DO NOT use these spots during busy holiday times – be respectful of their store staff and customers.

Walking directions from Kohls parking lot – Enter the Brandywine Village neighborhood and turn south on Fern St. – you can look for a Wilson Park entrance sign on Fern St. (a trail head entrance can be found in the Southeast Section just East of the corner of Collins and Fern).


  • Multi-Use Trails
  • Mountain Bike Trail Features
  • Picnic Tables
  • Brandywine Creek
  • Floating Bridge
  • Fishing
  • Benches

Macy Park

Address 980 Gondola Run, Greenfield, IN 46140

Macy’s Park is a 16.9-acre park, tucked away along the Little Brandywine. This park features walking trails and a shelter.


  • Walking Trails
  • Designated Parking
  • Pavilion
  • Picnic Tables
  • Benches

Michael’s Playground

Address 1414 West McClarnon Drive Greenfield IN 46140

Greenfield’s first inclusive playground, Michael’s Playground, is dedicated to Mayor Chuck Fewell’s grandson. Michael was affected by Hunter’s Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder, and later passed away at the age of 15. Despite facing the struggles with his disorder, Michael did not let it stop him from enjoying activities like swimming, walking, reading, and bowling. Michael left behind loving family members and friends and had a significant impact on the community of Greenfield. Michael’s Playground is open to everyone.


  • Pavilion
  • Handicapped Accessible
  • Universal Carousal
  • Inclusive Twister Structure
  • Outdoor Playground Instruments
  • Parking
  • Benches
  • Picnic Tables

Greenfield Youth Baseball Association

Hancock County Veterans Park

The construction of the park has been completed and was dedicated on Saturday, May 8, 2010. While the construction has been completed, this park was designed to accommodate the addition of granite memorial bricks for as long as there are veterans in Hancock County to honor. We do still have major gifts available for sponsorship and will continue to seek financial support to provide on-going care and maintenance.

Our heartfelt thanks to everyone who stepped up to honor Hancock County’s Veterans with their gifts, time and talents.

The Hancock County Veterans Park has been created in the way of a visible and inviting garden/park that will ensure the service of every American Veteran with ties to Hancock County will be recognized permanently. This will be a hallowed ground to show the respect and honor that our Hancock County Veterans deserve.

Wording of Purpose

To all the Fallen Heroes and all past and present service members who unselfishly served or continue to put themselves in harm’s way in order that we can be free, Thank You.

HCVP Contact

P.O. Box 844
Greenfield, Indiana 46140

Hart Summeier
(317) 747-3563

Robert Workman
(317) 590-2581