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PARKS, GARDENS, & ORCHARDS
ORCHARDS
DAVID DOUD’S COUNTYLINE ORCHARD
 
7877 W 400 N, Wabash
765-833-6122
This family owned and operated orchard sells their locally grown fruit seasonally. Featuring strawberries in June and peaches, over 30 varieties of apples during the fall months. Also offering asian pears, apple butter, and unpasteurized cider.
THE PUMPKIN POST
 
4582 W State Road 114, North Manchester
260-578-0351

The Pumpkin Post is more than just a u-pick pumpkin patch, they are your fall headquarters for all things fall decorating. While you shop you can munch on some Amish fried pies, apple dumplings, caramel apples and wash them down with apple cider slushies.

GRANT CREEK FARM
 
10152 S America Road, La Fontaine
260-330-1300

Grant Creek Farm is an interactive experience your entire family will love. Featuring a local farm market.

WILD BLOOMS U PICK FLOWER FARM
 
2001 W 500 S, Wabash

This U-pick flower farm is packed to the brim with rows and rows of wildflowers to walk in between and pick for yourself.

GARDENS
CHARLEY CREEK GARDENS/EDUCATION & RESEARCH CENTER
 
551 N Miami Street, Wabash
260-563-1020

The Charley Creek Gardens is located in the heart of Wabash, Charley Creek Gardens is a nonprofit horticulture center dedicated to the study, conservation, and appreciation of plants, both native and foreign, through garden displays and education.

DR. JAMES FORD HISTORIC HOME GARDENS
 
177 W Hill Street, Wabash
260-563-8686

A stunning Victorian garden, where you can cozy up with a book and enjoy the sounds of the outdoor fountain. Featuring native plants and flowers.

PARKS

NORTH MANCHESTER

TOWN LIFE CENTER
 
603 Bond Street, North Manchester

Town Life Center grounds comprise 2 acres and is maintained by NMPR. There is a playground, baseball diamond and soccer practice fields.

WARVEL PARK
 
702 N Market Street, North Manchester

Warvel Park sits on 10 acres and includes playground equipment, horseshoe pits, picnic tables & grills, Alex’s House, and a basketball half court as well as Scout Hall, two open-air pavilions, and a gazebo.

FRANTZ PARK
 
605 Crestview Drive, North Manchester

Frantz Park is a 1.8-acre community park that contains playground equipment, a basketball half-court, and a picnic area.

HALDERMAN PARK
 
600 N Market Street, North Manchester

Halderman park contains a Veteran’s Memorial, the Thomas Marshall house, and a gazebo on 1.2 acres.

WABASH

PARADISE SPRING HISTORICAL PARK
 
351 E Market Street, Wabash

Paradise Spring is a 15-acre park that has a paved pathway and public restrooms. Walkers, joggers, skaters, and bicyclists enjoy this park daily.

WABASH CITY PARK
 
800 West Hill Street, Wabash

Wabash City park is a 30-acre park with 3 different picnic shelters, large pavilion, grills, playground, 3 lighted ball diamonds, and public restrooms (seasonal).

HANNA PARK
 
775 E Hill Street, Wabash

Hanna Park is a 3-acre park with a picnic shelter, playground, and basketball court.

HONEYWELL PARK
 
370 W Harrison Avenue, Wabash

Honeywell Park has a picnic pavilion, a little league diamond/softball field, 8 tennis courts, an Olympic-side swimming pool with a water slide, and restrooms.

BROADMOOR PARK
 
12 Broadmoor Drive, Wabash

Broadmoor Park is a 2-acre park with a picnic shelter and playground equipment.

SOUTHSIDE PARK
 
501 Pike Street, Wabash

Southside Park is a 1-acre park nestled on the south side of Wabash. This park has a pavilion, playground equipment, and a basketball court.

JOHN DROOK MEMORIAL BIKE AND SKATE PARK
 
410 S Carroll Street, Wabash

John Drook is a 3-acre park that has a concrete pad with skateboarding equipment built specifically for biking and skateboarding.

FRIENDSHIP HILL INCLUSIVE PLAYGROUND
 
410 S Carroll Street, Wabash

This playground is for everyone! Which equipment that is accessable to all!

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