Mary Scott Park

Northwest 7th & Northwest "A" Street
Richmond
IN 47374

Mary Scott Park

Park/Recreation Area

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The Mary Scott Park features:

An open air-shelter
Picnic Area
Playground

Originally known as North West Seventh Street Park, Mary Scott Park became the first park located on the west side of Richmond. The history of the park started with the land being originally owned by the Peacock Family. The Peacock Farm extended from North west Fifth Street west to approximately North West Thirteenth Street on the north side of Main Street. The Farm was later broken up as Richmond began to expand west. The area was being developed as the Beeson & Sedgwick Addition. Within the area was a beautiful forest known by the citizens of the area as Middleton’s Woods. (Credit Waynet.org).

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