Shanklin Park

411 W Plymouth Ave
Goshen
IN 46526

Shanklin Park

Park/Recreation AreaPublic Space/SquareWater FeatureEco-Tour/Nature WalkSwimmingDuck Pond

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At 90 acres, Shanklin is by far the City’s largest park, and lies between the Elkhart River and Millrace Canal at the heart of the community. Since its development in 1958, Shanklin Park has become the “hub” of recreational activity in Goshen. Facilities include lighted baseball / softball diamonds and a swimming pool, Schrock Pavilion , a canoe launch, community-built Tommy's Kids Castle, Kiwanis Pavilion and a playground. Shanklin Park also boasts significant passive opportunities, including native grasses and wildflowers, a long forested wetland and a perennial garden that delights passers-by. Additionally, the park houses the Park and Recreation Department’s Administrative Offices and Maintenance Center.

Shanklin Pool:
http://www.goshenindiana.org/content/shanklin-pool

574-534-2901

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