The Town of Speedway has a great park system that is frequented by families and kids of all ages for recreation, exercise, sports, community activities and relaxation. Our two public parks offer inviting green space, well-maintained trails and a wide variety of amenities for visitors. Pavilions and a gazebo are available to rent for your next outing or picnic.
Leonard Park, located on the south side of town, is a 14.5 acre community park offering wide open spaces along with a popular interactive playground. It also features tennis courts, a sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits, two shelter pavilions, a 0.5 mile walking trail, and ballfields that are home to the Speedway Junior Baseball/Softball League.
Located on the north side of town, Meadowood is a wooded retreat covering 16 acres of land. It features two playground spaces, an interactive climbing rock area, three shelter pavilions, sand volleyball courts, and baseball/softball diamonds. Visitors especially enjoy taking in nature along the 0.75 mile walking trail.
B&O Trail: The B&O Trail is a 1.4-mile trail that runs between Allison Way and Eagle Creek. The section between Allison Way and Main Street was paved in 2017. The section between Main Street and Eagle Creek is scheduled to be paved in 2018.
P&E Trail: The P&E trail is a 1.2-mile trail that runs parallel to Crawfordsville Road from the roundabout to Cunningham Drive. The trail is currently paved between the roundabout and Lynhurst Drive, and the remaining section is scheduled to be paved in 2018.