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Welcome to Your Brownsburg Parks!

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 manage more than 300 acres of park land and open space and offer a variety of recreation programs, activities and special events annually. Take a moment to view our video "Brownsburg Parks: Your Place to Play."

Browse our website to learn more about our activities and programs or to register for before- and after-school care, camps, extended break child care and activities. You'll also discover information outlining future park development within our Town, our strategic business plan and feedback we've received from the community through multiple surveys. 

Like the Town of Brownsburg, Brownsburg Parks are growing and offering additional services and amenities to community members. We're excited about the changes happening in your parks and hope you are, too! Thank you for choosing 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 quality facilities to the Brownsburg community that enhance residents' health and promote economic vitality for long-term sustainability.”

Values
Inclusion: We embrace different ways of thinking to ensure we help build a community for everyone.
Growth: We challenge ourselves to have a bigger impact on the community.
Integrity: We strive to build the respect and trust of the community.
Relationships: We build relationships to connect with our community.
Wellness: We improve our well-being so we can create opportunities for community members to live a healthy lifestyle.  


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Socially - Parks and recreation strengthens community ties.
 
Physically - Parks and recreation engage all ages in healthy lifestyles.
 
Mentally - Parks and recreation provide enrichment opportunities all year for youth and adults.
 
Economically - Parks raise property values, recreation provides jobs to area youth, and special events contribute to the economic impact to local business.
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Travis Tranbarger,
Director of Parks and Recreation
402 E Main 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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Open Swim is cancelled on Saturday, Jan. 19 due to the winter weather warning in effect. ... See moreSee less

Open Swim is cancelled on Saturday, Jan. 19 due to the winter weather warning in effect.

Join us on June 19 for an overnight trip to the House on the Rock! We'll spend the day exploring the architecturally distinct rooms, streets, gardens, and shops designed by Alex Jordan Jr.

Learn more about the trip and register here: apm.activecommunities.com/brownsburgparks/Activity_Search/house-on-the-rock-tour/474
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Join us on June 19 for an overnight trip to the House on the Rock! Well spend the day exploring the architecturally distinct rooms, streets, gardens, and shops designed by Alex Jordan Jr. 

Learn more about the trip and register here: https://apm.activecommunities.com/brownsburgparks/Activity_Search/house-on-the-rock-tour/474

 

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Our office will be closed Monday, January 21 in observance of MLK Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, January 22 at 8 AM. ... See moreSee less

Our office will be closed Monday, January 21 in observance of MLK Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, January 22 at 8 AM.

The 2019 Park Board includes two new members, Michael Zonder (second from left) and Amy Hobrock (second from right). Each is ready to work with the public to continue to move our parks' programs and facilities forward. Said Amy, 'I'm excited to be a voice for the community's needs and wants. I look forward to helping Brownsburg Parks grow stronger.' Michael said, 'I want to help Brownsburg Parks continue to grow and improve and become even more inclusive.' ... See moreSee less

The 2019 Park Board includes two new members, Michael Zonder (second from left) and Amy Hobrock (second from right). Each is ready to work with the public to continue to move our parks programs and facilities forward. Said Amy, Im excited to be a voice for the communitys needs and wants. I look forward to helping Brownsburg Parks grow stronger. Michael said, I want to help Brownsburg Parks continue to grow and improve and become even more inclusive.

At the Jan. 17 Park Board meeting, President Cari Palma recognized outgoing member Tracie Morris for her five years of service to the community. Tracie was appointed to the board in 2013 and served as vice president for many of those years. We look forward to seeing you in the parks, Tracie! ... See moreSee less

At the Jan. 17 Park Board meeting, President Cari Palma recognized outgoing member Tracie Morris for her five years of service to the community. Tracie was appointed to the board in 2013 and served as vice president for many of those years. We look forward to seeing you in the parks, Tracie!

 

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She is great and so committed to parks and trails!

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