Ashland Park is situated along the Ohio River on Riverside Drive. With an overlook of the Ohio River and the Louisville skyline, this park is an ideal place to hold family picnics. Along with restrooms, this park has playground equipment and is the gateway to the Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center. A shelter house with five picnic tables is available for rent.
This flat, two-acre park is a walk-in, neighborhood park with no parking available. It is located at the intersection of Beechwood Drive and Coral Way in Beechwood Manor subdivision. Playground equipment and a basketball court will keep the kids busy all day. The park has one shelter house.
One basketball court and playground equipment are available at this two-acre community park on Horn Avenue. Close to area malls and restaurants, this is a perfect park for a quick shopping break for the kids.
Situated on South Clark Boulevard, this 20-acre park is the site of the Clarksville Cove Family Aquatic Center. The park also has a basketball court, playground equipment, four lighted tennis courts, and a shelter house which is normally available for rent. The shelter house is currently unavailable for rent due to construction.
Gaskell Park is a two-acre neighborhood located near the intersection of Briarwood Drive and Altawood Drive in Blackiston Heights. Residents can picnic while children play on the equipment. The park also has a basketball court.
Gateway park is located at 500 Little League Boulevard, just off of Eastern Boulevard. The park features a playground, splash pad (open seasonally), shelter house, restrooms, an event lawn, and a covered stage area. Sorry, no pets are allowed in the park, and no sports teams are allowed to practice on the event lawn. Gateway Park is also home to the Clarksville Youth Baseball/Softball complex, known as one of the finest facilities in all of Southern Indiana. This beautiful 7 field complex opened in April of 2009, and is home to the Clarksville Youth Baseball/Softball League. Among our seven fields is a state-of-the-art "Challenger Field", which is for children with physical and/or mental disabilities. The complex features a half-mile walking path which surrounds the complex. We also have two playgrounds on the property for families with young children to enjoy.
This 332-acre park holds Wooded View Golf Course, an 18-hole course and driving range, as well as a softball complex and other recreational opportunities. The softball complex faces Potters Lane and houses two softball fields, a concession stand, restrooms and ample parking. The entrance to Lapping Park is located at the junction of Potters Lane and Greentree Boulevard North. Besides the golf course, the park boasts walking trails, an 18-hole disc golf course, one basketball court, two horseshoe pits, volleyball space, two shelter houses, an amphitheater and Endris Lodge. The amphitheater is available for rent and is suitable for weddings, church services or other outdoor activities. Endris Lodge can also be rented for wedding receptions, parties or business meetings. Picnic tables and a grill are outside the lodge and provide for additional capacity.
Located at the end of Harrison Avenue across from the George Rogers Clark cabin, this is a park that pays tribute to Meriwether Lewis & William Clark. The park is undeveloped, but has many interpretive panels chronicling their journey.
This neighborhood park is located behind Parkwood Elementary School off Kilmer Way in Parkwood Subdivision. Four baseball diamonds, a football/soccer field and playground equipment make up the six acres of this park.
This neighborhood park, located on Irving Drive, has many shaded areas that are great for picnics. Ray Lawrence Park features a basketball court, tennis court, and three Pickleball courts. The nine-acre park has playground equipment for the children, and a shelter house with picnic tables available for rent.