Clarksville Parks & recreation

2000 Broadway Street, Suite 221, Clarksville, IN 47129


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Ashland Park is located on Riverside Drive along the Ohio River. With a view of the Ohio River and the Louisville skyline, this park is an excellent location for family picnics. In addition to restrooms, the park contains playground equipment and is the gateway to the Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center. Between the months of May and October, a shelter house with five picnic tables can be rented.


A flat, two-acre park located in a residential neighborhood with no parking is available to the public. The subdivision of Beechwood Manor is located at the intersection of Beechwood Drive and Coral Way. The children will be entertained all day by playground equipment and a basketball court. A shelter house is located at the park and has access to the Discovery Trail.


Located on Horn Avenue, this two-acre community park provides a basketball court and playground equipment access. Close to many amenities in the heart of town, this is an ideal park for kids to take a quick break from shopping.


Located on South Clark Boulevard, this 20-acre park is home to a basketball court, playground equipment, four lighted tennis courts, and a shelter house that can be rented from May to October. The park also houses the Clarksville Cove Family Aquatic Center.


Gaskell Park is a two-acre neighborhood park located in Blackiston Heights near the intersection of Briarwood Drive and Altawood Drive.  There is a picnic area where residents can relax while their children enjoy the equipment. The park also features a basketball court.


Gateway Park is located at 500 Little League Boulevard, just off Eastern Boulevard. In addition to the playground, the park has a splash pad (open seasonally), a shelter house, restrooms, an event lawn, and a covered stage. Please note that pets are not permitted in the park, and sports teams are not permitted to practice on the event lawn.  It is also home to the Clarksville Youth Baseball and Softball complex, considered among the finest in all of Southern Indiana.


This 332-acre park is located at Potters Lane and Greentree Boulevard North. A variety of activities are available at the park, including walking trails, a disc golf course with 18 holes, a basketball court, two horseshoe pits, volleyball courts, and two shelter houses available for rental between the months of May and October and the popular Amphitheater and Endris Lodge. You may rent the Amphitheater for weddings, church services or other outdoor activities and the Endris Lodge for wedding receptions, parties or business meetings. There is a grill and a picnic table that provides additional seating outside the lodge. The park is also home to Wooded View Golf Course, an 18-hole course with a driving range, a softball complex, and other recreational opportunities.


Lewis & Clark Park, located at the end of Harrison Avenue, honors Meriwether Lewis and William Clark. Despite the fact that the park is undeveloped, there are numerous interpretive panels that document their journey.


The nine-acre Ray Lawrence Park, located just off Irving Drive, features many large shaded areas that are perfect for picnics, a basketball court, eight Pickleball courts, and playground equipment for children. A shelter house with picnic tables is available for rent between May and October.

2000 Broadway Street, Suite 221, Clarksville, IN 47129  |  (812) 283-5313  |

2000 Broadway Street, Suite 221, Clarksville, IN 47129

(812) 283-5313 |

2000 Broadway Street, Suite 221, Clarksville, IN 47129

(812) 283-5313  |


2000 Broadway Street, Suite 221

Clarksville, IN 47129

(812) 283-5313

2000 Broadway Street, Suite 221

Clarksville, IN 47129

(812) 283-5313