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Top 3 parks in Evansville

Evansville is the third largest city by population in the state of Indiana. The city also has a number of parks that are free and open to the public. Some of the parks are large in size and offer amenities for people of all ages. Here are the top 3 parks to visit in Evansville.

1. Burdette Park

Burdette Park is located on the west side of Evansville, Indiana. The 170-acre park includes pedestrian trails, camp grounds, an aquatic center, chalet rentals, fishing, and plenty more park amenities. The park is connected to Burdette Trail. The trail is a scenic pedestrian path that runs a few miles north-west towards the University of Southern Indiana. Click here for more information about Burdette Park.

Burdette Park

2. Wesselman Park

Wesselman Park is a 200 acre park located on the east side of Evansville. The park is also home to Wesselman Woods, which happens to be the largest urban old-growth forest in the United States. There are a number of large pavilions in the park and other amenities like a nature center, pedestrian trails, and plenty of tennis courts. Click here for more information about Wesselman Park.

Wesselman Park

3. Garvin Park

Garvin Park is located on the north end of downtown Evansville, Indiana. The park is roughly 80 acres and includes scenic trails, a lake, a playground, and other great amenities. Garvin Park is connected to the Pigeon Creek Greenway Passage. It is also conveniently located next to the Deaconess Aquatic Center and the Evansville Otters stadium. Click here for more information about Garvin Park.

Garvin Park