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OUR PARKS

Are you familiar with all our Parks have to offer? Park Pals Inc supports all of the following parks in the City of Newburgh. Scroll down to see all of our beautiful parks!

Lou Dennis Community Park, Newburgh

Home of the newly completed LDCP Splash Pad and play structure and the beloved Fortress of Fun, the crown jewel of the Newburgh Park System for twenty-five years. By decision of the Newburgh Parks Board and the Newburgh Town Council with input from experts in playground longevity, the time has come for the Fortress of Fun structuring to be reimagined and replaced with something even better! For more information about Park Pals' LET'S PLAY! fundraising initiative to raise funds for the replacement, visit any of the contact or donate links on this site or reach out to any member of the Park Pals board.

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Rivertown Trail, Newburgh

The 5-Miles of the Rivertown Trail in Newburgh, are a symbol of our beautiful Town.  The Rivertown Trail was constructed in two phases in 2008 & 2011, with a third phase opened in December 2019 to extend the trail west. The Trail extends almost the length of Newburgh, from the New Locks and Dam Park to the B. Gene Aurand Trailhead. Our Trail is  regularly enjoyed for beauty it presents along our stretch of the Ohio River, and offers safe, enjoyable recreation for residents throughout the Town of Newburgh and Warrick County, attracting thousands of people to enjoy our Town and it's local businesses.

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Olde Lock and Dam Park, Newburgh

Old Lock and Dam Park is adjacent to the Ohio River and is a significant site on the Rivertown Trail.  At 13.4 acres this community park features a boat launch, parking and the historic Old Lock and Dam Building No. 47 on the south side.  The north section features a gazebo, two Lockmaster Cottages, and a historic log cabin with a garden.  The Old Lock and Dam buildings and the Lockmaster Cottages are available to rent, with discounts available to our Members.

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Hill Overlook Park, Newburgh

This 17.6 acre historic site was once an American Indian settlement.  Hill Overlook Park was added to the park system in 2005 and is a popular passive recreation park along the Rivertown Trail.  The park features parking, restrooms, picnic facilities and is surrounded by woods.

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Veterans Monument Park, Newburgh

Veterans Monument Park is a 0.9 acre monument plaza erected to honor all veterans,  past, present and future. Bricks can be purchased to honor a veteran and placed around the monument.  Click here for more information:  HONOR YOUR VETERAN

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Kiwanis Community Park, Newburgh

Amax Fields, Newburgh

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