The City of Nappanee has over 280 acres of parkland consisting of neighborhood parks, athletic fields, an 18 hole golf course, wetland/nature area, softball complex and over four miles of paved biking/jogging trails.
Recreational opportunities such as baseball, softball, basketball, volleyball, swimming, golf, horseshoe pitching and bocce ball are available with the park system.
The Nappanee Parks Department has four park facilities and maintains 252 acres for recreational use. Shelters and pavilions are available for activities. Call for reservations (574-773-2112).
For more information about Nappanee Parks visit https://www.nappanee.org/government/departments/parks-and-recreation/parks/
110 W. Reed Street
3 acres — Baseball, open play area, playground (h/a), picnic shelter
Corner of E. Indiana and S. Summit St.
Playground, open air shelter
800 N. Summit Street
30 acres — Baseball, basketball, bocce ball, horseshoes, playgrounds (2 h/a), tennis, volleyball, skateboard parks, outdoor pool, picnic shelters, restroom (h/a)
Nappanee Dog Park
Located on Oakland Ave (CR 7) at the entrance to the Derksen Wetland area.
910 Northside Boulevard, Nappanee, Indiana 46550
This newly constructed facility will be home to the Puma Soccer League and NorthWood High School Soccer.
700 N. Nappanee Street
7 acres — Baseball, playground (h/a), restroom (h/a), open play area, picnic area, Civic Theater Pavilion
Derksen Farm Wetland Area & Robert W. Callender Sportsplex
110 W. Reed Street
N. Oakland Avenue (CR 7)
35 acres — softball, toboggan hill, walking trails, concessions, restrooms (h/a), picnic shelter
McCormick Creek Golf Course
1300 N Oakland Avenue
Nappanee, IN 46550
A well-manicured municipal 18 hole championship golf course, McCormick Creek incorporates small greens, water hazards, and pristine sand traps into a difficult round of golf. All ages are welcome and catered to. Phone: 574-773-2725