Park pool hours & fees:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday — 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Friday — 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday — noon to 5 p.m.
Monday — closed
Age 2 & under, free; 3–17, $2; senior 55+, $2; adult, $3
Classes & programs:
Swimming lessons, day camps, Touch A Truck, Pack the Parks — it’s all here! Summer 2018 Fun Guide (PDF, 4.2 MB)
Summer concerts & performances:
Friday, June 15, 7 p.m. — MacBeth, followed by an informal chat with the actors
Friday, June 22, 6:30 p.m. — Cathy Morris
Friday, August 10, 6:30 pm — Tad Robinson Band
Dog park passes, shelter rentals, & all other park-related questions:
Visit the Broad Ripple park office or call (317) 327-7161.
Kathy Fitzgerald, Park Manager, Kathy.Fitzgerald@indy.gov
Deb Howard, Assistant Park Manager, Deborah.Howard@indy.gov
The Broad Ripple Park Master Plan began earlier this year and continues now through its final approval stages.To gauge the community’s vision for the park, the planning process includes a citizens steering committee, an online survey, stakeholder interviews, four public meetings, and five pop-up events at the Broad Ripple Farmers Market, the Glendale Public Library, and the dog park. Visit the project web site.
You can download the proposed concept.
Broad Ripple Park is a 62-acre park on the northeast side of Indianapolis, bordering the White River. It offers a wide variety of programs and activities for all ages, and welcomes an estimated 150,000 visitors annually. The Family Center schedules scores of classes throughout the year in dance, safety, sports, fitness, arts, crafts, health, self-defense and other subjects for all age groups. Programs are generally fee-based, and registration is usually required.
In addition to the Family Center, Broad Ripple Park facilities include an outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts, baseball diamond, multi-use athletic fields, playground, picnic shelters and areas, a viewing platform over the White River, a bark park, a wooded preserve, a walking/jogging/running/bicycling and fitness path, and a boat ramp to the White River.
The park has a rich history in the community as the home of a 1920s amusement park, carousel (now at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum), a steam locomotive (now at the Transportation Museum in Noblesville), and as the location of the Olympic tryouts for swimming in 1924 and 1952.