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Krannert Park

About Krannert Park

Formerly known as the Krannert YMCA, Krannert Family Center became a part of Indy Parks and Recreation in 1972. The park offers fun and exercise from a variety of programs and activities. The park has a state-of-the-art fitness center, filled with brand new equipment. For those in need of a serene nature escape, the partially wooded area with a pond and trails provide a nice setting for a relaxing visit. Even if you are not a swimmer or nature lover, there are plenty of programs sure to meet your interests.  

The renovated Family Center re-opened in January 2024 following a $10.8 million renovation from Mayor Hogsett’s Circle City Forward Initiative. The project made significant improvements to the building headlined by a new indoor pool with glass garage doors that connect out to a splash pad during the summer and a new indoor fitness and weight room.

Future improvements to the Park will come from $3.7 million from the Lilly Endowment Grant to improve upgrade the playground, courts, and trail around the pond in 2025.

Top things to do

·         Indoor pool with outdoor splash pad. 

·         Weight/exercise room. 

·         Open gym space. 

·         Outdoor trails 

·         Fishing in stocked pond 

·         Outdoor tennis courts, basketball courts, and soccer field.  

Did you know

· The pond is stocked by the DNR. Krannert Park is a fishing site, with an Indiana fishing license.

Krannert Park Aquatic Center

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