The Pendleton-Fall Creek Township Parks and Recreation Staff (PFCTPR) is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and the effects it may have upon the amount of recreation and social services it provides.
Indiana State Board of Health and Madison County Health Departments are following CDC guidelines; we are adhering to those guidelines as well. Guidelines as set forth by the Governor of Indiana states there should be no gathering of more than 25. Effective immediately, PFCTPR is canceling any event or gathering that potentially exceeds 25 people until May 23rd. Keep in mind this may be extended. Cancellations may include facility rentals, athletic programs as well as special events.
Falls Park outdoor spaces are open with the encouragement that all patrons practice social distancing. Park Playgrounds are not open at this time.
Park Basketball Courts and Park Restrooms are now open.
After careful consideration of all factors, the Pendleton-Fall Creek Board of Parks and Recreation has made the difficult decision to keep Alvin D. Brown Memorial Pool closed for the season. This summer we will be performing some overdue maintenance and upgrades to the pool and are looking forward to welcoming everyone back for a wonderful 2021 season.
During this time, we will follow Back on Track Indiana and keep you informed of how these guidelines and restrictions will impact future events and/or park operations at the sports complex and Fall Creek Golf Club. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as soon as possible.
Please contact the Park Office at 765-778-2222 if any questions should arise.
Falls Park, located in southern Madison County of east central Indiana was established as a public park in 1920. This area contains the "Falls" on Fall Creek. This community has grown up with Falls Park as an important factor in local folks lives.
The playgrounds, swimming pool, sports complex, and golf course bring so much to the fabric of recreation here. Then throw in the trails, rental facilities and open air shelters along with the natural beauty of the two ponds and creeks. You have quite a setting for enjoyment in many ways.
We welcome you to this place we call home and hope you find enjoyment within the 284 acres that is loved by so many.