Parks/Recreation Facilities

  1. Davis Ferry Park

    Davis Ferry Park is located on N Ninth Street Road at Wabash River. It offers a boat launch, picnic area, and access to Wabash Heritage Trail. No restrooms or drinking water available.

  2. Fairfield Lakes

    Fairfield Lakes is located at County Roads 200 S and 750 E, near Dayton, Indiana. The Park Department is in partnership with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) to develop and manage Fairfield Lakes.

  3. Fort Ouiatenon

    This historical park is located on South River Road, approximately 4 miles south of the intersection of State Street and South River Road.

  4. Goose & Heron Islands

    The islands were purchased with the intent of providing natural areas for wildlife to live undisturbed.

  5. Mar Len Park

    Mar Len Park is located just south of Wea Ridge Elementary School on County Road 150 E.

  6. Ross Camp

  7. Ross Hills Park

    The 169.21-acre Ross Hills Park is located 10 miles out South River Road from the State Street and River Road intersection in West Lafayette. When you arrive at Ross Hills you will find the restored David Ross House, the Sullivan and Hentschel picnic shelters with adjoining volleyball courts, 2 summer-use flush toilet restrooms, wooded picnic sites, softball backstop and hiking trails.

  8. Soccer Facilities

    The Park Department has entered into partnerships with the Greater Lafayette Recreational Soccer Alliance (GLRSA) and the TIPCO soccer association in providing soccer opportunities for the youth in our county.

  9. Tippecanoe Battlefield Park

    Located in Battle Ground, Indiana, the park is a National Historic Landmark. On November 11, 1811 General William Henry Harrison led his troops into battle against representatives of Tecumseh's Native American confederation. The Tippecanoe County Historical Association (TCHA) operates a museum in the park that tells the story of the battle.

  10. Tippecanoe County Amphitheater Park

    This outdoor performance venue is suitable for a variety of events, including plays, concerts, church services and corporate events.

  11. Wabash Heritage Trail

    This 13 mile trail begins at the Tippecanoe Battlefield Park located in Battle Ground, Indiana and makes its way along Burnett's Creek to cross the Wabash River at Davis Ferry Park.

  12. Wildcat Park

    Wildcat Park's primary purpose is to provide a canoe access to Wildcat Creek, one of the state's Scenic Streams.

  13. Hoffman Nature Area

    Hoffman Nature Area