Start Your Spring Off Right By Visiting The Parks Right Here In Marshall County! | Visit Marshall County

Start Your Spring Off Right By Visiting The Parks Right Here In Marshall County!

Start Your Spring Off Right By Visiting The Parks Right Here In Marshall County!

Happy Spring everyone, we are so happy its finally here! Feel free to read over some information about the parks here in Marshall County, with locations included, for you to hang out this Spring! You can take your friends and family on a walk through several trails, to different playgrounds, through some splash pads if it is warm enough, and so much more!

Potawatomi Wildlife Park: The Potawatomi Tribe once called this region their home, before they were forced west in the 1830's. This quiet 317 acre preserve along the Tippecanoe River includes the site of a rare post-removal Potawatomi village that existed until the early 1850s. Images depict its past, as well as an 1834 cabin, the oldest structure in Marshall County. Displays in the Interpretive Center give a glimpse of the area's rich history and nature. Visitors can hike five miles of trails through woodlands and prairie. You may spot turkey, waterfowl and deer along the way, as well as a wide variety of birds. This is located at 16988 State Road 311, Tippecanoe, IN 46570!

Plymouth Park & Recreation Department: From dawn to dusk, located along the Yellow River, Centennial Park has plenty to do for your enjoyment! The new Greenways Trail is 2.1 mile walking path, outdoor shelters for rent, tennis courts, baseball diamonds, playground equipment, community swimming pool. Plymouth Park is located at 1660 N. Michigan, Plymouth, IN 46563.

Argos Community Park: Enjoy the swings, walking path, shelters, and pond at the Argos Community Park. You can follow this location - 560 West Walnut Street, Argos, IN 46501 and make it to these wonderful walking paths and beautiful scenery.

Bourbon Park & Splash Pad: When visiting Marshall County, Bourbon Park & Splash Pad is a great destination for people looking for Parks Outdoor / Indoor Recreation in Bourbon, Indiana. You can find this located at E Sunset Dr, Bourbon, IN 46506.

Bremen Parks & Recreation: Bremen has three major park facilities of over 100 acres and is administered by a 6 member Park Board. Sunnyside Park is the largest, located on the southeast side with a community pool, six lighted diamonds, eight lighted tennis courts, 6 horseshoe pits also lighted. Filling out the very popular park are 2 sand volleyball courts, 4 soccer fields and a little league football field. Winter sports include an ice rink and a man-made sledding hill. Sunnyside Park also includes a Community Room and several shelters for reunions and various activities. These shelters are usually rented a year in advance. There are also 3 small open shelters that are available on a first come bases. Walking paths winding through the park and encompasses a wetland that is in progress of being developed into a nature area. The crown jewel of Sunnyside is Jane's Park, a children's playground built entirely by volunteers and donations in honor of Jane Sieg-Stillson. Bremen Park is located at 512 S. East Street, Bremen, IN 46506.

Culver Park-Recreation Department: The park grounds overlook beautiful Lake Maxinkuckee, the second largest natural lake in Indiana. There are four historic structures on the park property; the beach lodge, train depot, and two open-air pavilions. You can check out Culver Park by taking the following location 819 Lake Shore Drive, Culver, IN 46511.

We hope you take some time to relax and unwind! Go have a picnic in the park, or go out and star gaze over Spring Break! If you have any further questions, you’re more than welcome to check out our website or stop in and visit us!