Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Park1702 N. Broadway(317) 327-7418
DirectionsDownload a park map
Contact InformationPark ManagerAbie Robinson
HoursDawn to Dusk
DescriptionNamed for Civil Rights Leader Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., this park has a rich history in the community. In 1968, Robert F. Kennedy spoke to those gathered to hear his campaign speech, but instead had to break the news that King had been assassinated. The park is home to the Peace Memorial (right), which honors the contributions of both slain leaders.
King Park is a site for Indy Parks' Free Summer Supervised Play Program. Indy Parks also partners with the Citizens Neighborhood Coalition on neighborhood programs.King Park was acquired in 1961, and is spread over 14 acres in Center Township. Rental Facilities and Fees
AmenitiesKennedy-King Park CenterPicnic SheltersOutdoor PoolBasketball CourtSoftball FieldPlayground