Spencer Park

Spencer Park is one of the oldest parks in the system dating back to the 1890’s. Spencer Park was given to the City of Logansport by Wiliam Spencer in 1892. “ This is a very beautiful park covered with fine groves of native tress and has been improved by drives, walks and pavilions, and is a great resort for picnics and meetings of all kinds during the summer season.” (Powell, 1913) Through the years, it has been the home to the carousel, a skating rink, a concession stand and a dance floor. This 18-acre community park includes 1,200 feet of frontage on the Eel River. Facilities include two (2) playgrounds, a tennis court, a basketball goal, a gazebo, seven (7) picnic shelters, a maintenance storage building, large scale restrooms, horseshoes, shuffleboards, boat launch, water fountains and extensive landscaping.

Upper Park - 3319 E High St.

Lower Park (Gazebo and Lower Pavilion) - 3300 E High St.