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Arch Street Park

Arch Street Park provides fun and relaxation for everyone. Covered picnic shelter with grills, basketball court, swings, restrooms and one of the largest play sets that you will ever find anywhere.
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Red Map Icon 320 Arch Street, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Aurora City Park

The Aurora City Park is 9.72 acres.  This park offers multiple uses for multiple age groups.  The park offers two playgrounds and has three buildings available for public use. Here you will also find our new Aurora Aquatic Center.

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Red Map Icon Park Avenue, Aurora, IN 47001

Aurora's Lesko Park

This linear park is 13 acres, and contains a section of bike and pedestrian trail, which is the park's main feature. The park also contains a gazebo, a playground, shelters with picnic tables, and restrooms.
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Red Map Icon Ohio River Scenic Byway (Along US 56), Aurora, IN 47001

Bright Meadows Community Park

Bright Meadows Park has two baseball fields, a soccer/pee-wee football field, half-court basketball facility, fitness path, playground, shelter houses and two parking areas.
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Red Map Icon 2201 Einsel Road, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

County Farm Park

County Farm Park is the largest county park. You will find many native trees and fauna around the area as well as two ponds. Approximately 40 acres is currently leased for farming. Public access is limited but future development plans include hiking trails and picnic areas. The Cedar Sentinels Disco Golf course is also located at County Farm Park.
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Red Map Icon 11706 County Farm Road, Aurora, IN 47001

Gladys Russel Wildlife Habitat Area

Gladys Russell is a wildlife preserve with excellent opportunities for bird watching and photography, it also offers a number of low intensity uses including hiking, picnicking, horseback riding, and fishing. Water and sanitary facilities have been added, making activities by larger groups, such as family reunions and educational field trips, possible.
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Red Map Icon 13364 White Plains Road, Milan, IN 47031

Guilford Covered Bridge Park

The Guilford Covered Bridge Park is the oldest park and is the site of the restored Guilford Covered Bridge, a major county landmark and frequent roadside tourist attraction, as well as an excellent family gathering area with access to Tanners Creek. Cars are permitted to drive through the wrought iron gates, across the bridge and park in the lower lot. A small shelter house, basketball court, play equipment and bathroom are located in the central open space. The park is a popular picnic spot and has been the site for many family reunions and even weddings.
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Red Map Icon 20634 IN-1, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Lawrenceburg Civic Park

The Lawrenceburg Civic Park is a highlight in downtown Lawrenceburg that is within walking distance of the Ohio River. The park is recognizable by the large outdoor stage that is at its front. The park also has its own splash pad that is open seasonally for public use. The Civic Park is the venue for many of our summer events here in Lawrenceburg. Popular events include the Dearborn County Tastes of Summer, Lawrenceburg Summerfest, and Lawrenceburg Main Street’s Music on the River concert series. Check out the Civic Park Calendar to see what events may be coming up.
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Red Map Icon 111 East High Street, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Rullman Wildlife Refuge

The Rullman Wildlife Refuge is dedicated to native wildlife, trees and fauna. The park offers a short walking trail, a new 1.9 mile walking trail, and a “catch and release” fishing pond. We additionally have a shelter and picnic area.
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Red Map Icon 19233 Turkey Point Road, Guilford, IN 47022