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Burlington Park

Burlington Park is a thirty-acre, modern park with numerous facilities. It includes playground equipment, the Lilly Building, the Community Building, three lighted ball diamonds, basketball/ tennis courts, paved walking trail, and nature area.

Camden-Jackson Park

Visiting the Camden-Jackson Park you will find three pavilions available for a lunch break or picnic. There are modern ball fields with batting cages, horse shoe pits, playground equipment and a lighted basketball court.

Deer Creek Park

Deer Creek Parks' amenities include camping sites with electrical hook-ups, a large fishing pond, and picnic tables. There is a clubhouse, picnic pavilions, playground, paved basketball court, lawn area for informal games, and modern restrooms.

City of Delphi Parks

The City of Delphi provides five parks for the enjoyment of residents and visitors: City, Overlook, Riley, Riley Annex, and Trailhead. Together these parks offer sports facilities, picnic tables/shelters, and playground equipment. There are many paths and trails for walking, bicycling or enjoying nature.

Flora Community Park

The Flora Community Park is home to shelter houses for groups and playgrounds for children. The park also includes tennis/basketball courts, horseshoe pits, hard ball and softball diamonds, a horse show arena, and a .9 mile walking track.

French Post Park

French Post Park is a popular fishing area on the Wabash River with a shelter house, picnic tables, playground equipment, and a concrete boat ramp. The beautiful scenery along the Wabash provides a quiet place for contemplation and recreation.

Wabash & Erie Canal Park

The Carroll County Wabash & Erie Canal, Inc. is a non-profit corporation formed in 1972 to preserve the Canal in Delphi as a significant part of Indiana's history. The founding members sought to preserve the only accessible portion of the Wabash & Erie Canal which still had water in it for educational and entertainment purposes for the local community.

Friends of the Carroll County Parks

A group of citizens first met on February 18, 2008, to begin to organize to provide volunteer support to the Carroll County Park Board and the two county parks which they manage. The group has grown and been very active—in physical work at the parks, fundraising, and generating publicity.