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Your Brownsburg Parks
 
Vision
“To enhance the quality of life in Brownsburg and further its economic development goals to create a community of choice to live, work, and play now and for future generations.”
 
 Mission
“To maximize resources in providing beautiful parks, recreation activities, and facilities to the Brownsburg community that enhances the residents' health and promotes economic vitality for long-term sustainability.”
 
Brownsburg Parks manages more than 160 acres of park land and open space and offers a variety of recreational programs, activities, and special events each year. In 2012, more than 22,000 registered for park programs, took part in free events and activities, or used park amenities.
 
Brownsburg Parks is your place to find affordable, wholesome family fun and entertainment, personal development through enrichment, physical activity and healthy lifestyle activities, and social interaction with other community members.

We encourage you to take the chance to browse through our updated website whether it be to learn more about or register for the services that we offer throughout the year to youth, adults, and families. Or to find out more about where Brownsburg Parks is headed in the future with information such as our strategic business plan or the many projects we have underway in the system including the conceptual drawings of a new community park to be developed in 2014.

We are excited about the changes happening in your parks and hope you are too. Let us know what you think. Thank you for choosing Brownsburg Parks for your leisure pursuits!
                      

Contact Us

Philip Parnin,
Director of Parks & Recreation
326 N Green St
Brownsburg, IN 46112
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    (317) 858-4172
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    (317) 858-6077
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    8 AM - 4 PM Mon. - Fri.
    Closed Sat. and Sun.
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Due to the inclement weather the Ice Barn will not be able to make it's way to t...

Due to the inclement weather the Ice Barn will not be able to make it's way to the Brownsburg Park offices. We look forward to having them this Friday to celebrate July is Parks & Recreation month.

Great turn out last night for the Wild World of Reptiles program featuring India...

Great turn out last night for the Wild World of Reptiles program featuring Indiana Jim and some amazing reptiles! Thank you to everyone who made it out and a big thank you to Indiana Jim. For more details on our remaining summer programs visit www.brownsburgparks.com


EXCITING NEWS!: Tomorrow, The Ice Barn will be in our parking lot from 1-9p.m. s...

EXCITING NEWS!: Tomorrow, The Ice Barn will be in our parking lot from 1-9p.m. selling sno cones! We have created a Brownsburg Parks flavor to promote July is Park and Recreation Month. You can also purchase a parks souvenir cup for $1. Come to 326 N Green St to hang out and cool down! Picnic tables will be provided.

Tonight Brownsburg Parks will be hosting the Wild World of Reptiles program in B...

Tonight Brownsburg Parks will be hosting the Wild World of Reptiles program in Bundy Lodge from 6-7:30. Admission is $5 per person or $15 for any family of 4. Slither on over to Arbuckle Park this evening!

The Indy Star highlights a new concept for Downtown and Arbuckle Acres! http://i...

The Indy Star highlights a new concept for Downtown and Arbuckle Acres! http://indy.st/1r2dpnb


Brownsburg plans rec center for former church site
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Project could be centerpiece of effort to drive commercial development along Ind. 267

It's still July! Which means it's Park and Recreation Month for 2 more weeks. Wh...

It's still July! Which means it's Park and Recreation Month for 2 more weeks. What are some things your families have been doing to get outside this month? #JulyOutisIn Get OUTside and INspired!

Lots of great nature themed crafts today in the children's tent at Festival of t...

Lots of great nature themed crafts today in the children's tent at Festival of the Arts!


Come visit us today at the kids tent during Festival of the Arts in Arbuckle Acr...

Come visit us today at the kids tent during Festival of the Arts in Arbuckle Acres Park from 8-3 p.m.


What do you think, would benches like these go well in Brownsburg's parks? htt...

What do you think, would benches like these go well in Brownsburg's parks?

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Smart Cities Council | Residents get a charge out of Boston's solar-powered benches
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As Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh sees it, cell phones don't just make phone calls, so why should benches just be seats? The city is testing park benches that double as solar-powered charging stations. Get the details (and a video).

If you are going to the Brownsburg Farmer's Market today, tweet #Brownsburgsumme...

If you are going to the Brownsburg Farmer's Market today, tweet #Brownsburgsummerconcertseries for a chance to win a t-shirt!

Looking for something fun to do next week with your family? Join us in Arbuckle...

Looking for something fun to do next week with your family? Join us in Arbuckle Acres Park in Bundy Lodge on Tuesday, July 22nd @ from 6-7:30 p.m. for Wild World of Reptiles. Admission is $5/per person families of four are $15. We hope to see you there!


Check out Brownsburg Parks in the Children's Tent sponsored by IU Health West th...

Check out Brownsburg Parks in the Children's Tent sponsored by IU Health West this Saturday at Festival of the Arts! The event runs in Arbuckle Acres from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Visit Hendricks County details the event in their blog: http://bit.ly/1sfN3ld


36th Annual Festival of the Arts -- July 19 | All Access Hendricks CountyAll Access Hendricks County
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Summer is a great time to check out the arts and crafts scene, enjoy the sunny weather, and take in some delicious food along the way.
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