Asa Bales Park

Asa Bales Park is a 13 acre linear park located in the heart of Westfield. The north section of the park can be accessed from Hoover Street and features a playground, skate park, three shelters available for rent, restrooms, and parking. The south section can be accessed from Main Street/SR 32 or a new entrance off of Union Street and features a playground, natural amphitheater, and the historic Anti-Slavery Cemetery. Parking for the south section of Asa Bales Park is available at 200 Camilla Ct., off of Main Street (SR 32). A beautiful walking trail winds throughout the park that connects to Downtown Westfield and Grand Junction Trail at the south end, and the Thompson Canal runs through the park from north to south, enhancing the setting. Asa Bales Park is also the site of our annual Independence Day celebration, Westfield Rocks the 4th. To learn more about Asa Bales the person, the sculpture at the east entrance, the historic marker at the north entrance, and view pictures of the park, please see the Related Pages Section to the right.

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Melody Jones,
Director of Parks and Recreation

Physical Address 
205 W Hoover St
Westfield, IN 46074
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Physical Address 
200 Camilla Ct
Westfield, IN 46074
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Physical Address 
211 N Union St
Westfield, IN 46074
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  • Phone: (317) 804-3184
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