Cumberland Parks

The Cumberland Parks System includes four (4) parks and two (2) trails.  Each park has its own set of amenities.  Honors Park, Lions Park, and National Road Park all have playground equipment and areas for basketball, while the Wayburn Pocket Park provides an attractive green space along the Old National Road. Shelters at National Road Park and Lions Park are available to be rented. Park and Trail hours are from dawn to dusk. You may find a copy of the Town's Park and Trail Rules here. To report a problem with a town park, click here

 NOTE: The Town may close any park in response to adverse weather, unsuitable ground conditions, or any other public safety-based reason.

Lions Park
Address: 301 N. Buck Creek Rd.
Amenities: Pickleball courts, playground equipment, sand volleyball, 2 shelters, basketball 

Lions Park is a 6.5-acre park built on land donated by the local Lions Club. It features a variety of newly updated playground equipment for all ages, green space for kickball, a sandy beach volleyball court, and pickleball courts. There is also a full-size basketball court and a separate small court with an 8-foot goal.  Two covered shelters may be rented, both with electrical outlets.  Lions Park also features convenient parking and access to the scenic 3-mile Buck Creek Trail for walking and biking. 
National Road Park
Address: 11510 E Washington St.
Amenities: Basketball courts, playground, shelter, benches

National Road Park commemorates the significance of the Historic National Road (US40) on the development of our community.  It has four acres of land with two shelters, a gazebo, playground equipment, and two basketball courts. Trees and park benches line portions of the sidewalk that circles the park.
Honors Park
Address: 104 S Munsie St.
Amenities: Children's Basketball area, playground, swings, benches

Honors Park is a fenced neighborhood park that contains various types of playground equipment perfect for younger children. The park also contains a memorial, which is engraved with the names of Honors Park honorees.  These honorees are citizens or business owners who have shown exemplary service to the Town of Cumberland. If you would like to nominate someone for this recognition please contact Katelynn Oleson at (317) 894-6200 or

Pocket Parks
Wayburn Pocket Park
wayburn parkAddress: 11853 E. Washington St.
Amenities: Seating & Informational Signage

The Wayburn Pocket Park is located where Wayburn Street once intersected with the Historic National Road.  This little oasis provides benches, colorful gardens, and interpretive signs about the Historic National Road.