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Bertha Ross Park


Bertha Ross Park is a roughly 15 acre public park located in Indianapolis near the intersection of 38 St and Michigan Ave. The park is named after Bertha M. Ross, a former member of the Northwest Civic Association and the Arc of Indiana. She devoted her life to serving the community and co-founded a youth baseball program at the park. The park also contains a beautiful landscape that includes mature trees and a great view of the historic Golden Hill neighborhood.


  • Playground
  • Basketball court
  • Playground with splash pad
  • Picnic shelters




 Newfields: Art museum.    
    Bicycle Hospital: Bicycle repair shop.    
    Crown Hill Cemetery  
 Canal Towpath    
 Bertha Ross Park