Forest Park is located just west of Field Drive and Cicero Road. This sprawling 150-acre park features a 9-hole golf course, a banquet facility, the “Tom Thumb” miniature golf course, a skate park, a playground, swimming pool, picnic shelters, grills, a volleyball court, tennis courts, horseshoe pits, and a carousel.
James A. Dillon Park is located just northeast of the intersection of Hazel Dell Parkway and 146th Street. The park features 77.5 acres of ground, and includes a concession stand, multi-purpose playing fields, a shelter for large events, a small shelter, a playground, a spray park, a skate park, a disc golf course and trails.
Morse Park is a 23-acre park that is perfect for sunny days on the beach. Amenities include an 18-hole disc golf course, 4 shelters and picnic areas; fishing, a bathhouse with restrooms, showers, and lockers. Additionally, a beautiful indoor facility situated along the bank of the Morse reservoir is great for special occasions.
Seminary Park is situated between 10th and 11th Streets and Division and Hannibal Streets. This 1.5-acre park features a small playground, a gazebo for get-togethers and a nicely landscaped, open green space.
Southside Park is South 3rd Street and Pleasant Street in Noblesville. Established in established in the 1950’s, this 3-acre park offers several amenities, including a picnic shelter, a softball field, a basketball court, and playground apparatus.
Noblesville Parks in the Planning Stage
Eastside Park is a 200-acre undeveloped site located on the east side of Noblesville in Wayne Township. Once complete, the park will serve Noblesville residents residing on the east side of SR 32, especially those in Wayne Township.
Hague Road Nature Haven is a 43-acre site situated at the southeast corner of SR 38 and Hague Road. Once complete, it will be a fun, place to enjoy the outdoors, and an outdoor education center.
Noblesville Parks and Recreation Department
701 Cicero Rd
Noblesville, IN 46060