McCullouch Park

Softball diamond, soapbox derby, playground, rental cabin, picnic shelters, basketball court disc golf course and more. Parking for White River Greenway.

McCulloch Park is the largest community park located in Muncie, IN. The park is named after for local newspaper industrialist, George F. McCulloch, who gave the 118 acres of land to the city for a park in 1892. The park later consisted of a baseball field that hosted two professional teams; the “Muncie Fruit Jars” and the “Muncie Reds”. The park also served as the spring training home of the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1943–1945. The park is still in operation today. It is accessible to the community and includes playgrounds, a disc golf course, a soap box derby track, basketball courts, baseball fields, picnic areas, a park lodge rental facility, restrooms, and fishing/boating areas.

Corner of North Broadway & East Centennial Avenue
Muncie, IN 47303;id=32