Park Rules for All New Whiteland Parks
- Park Closes at 10:00 p.m.
- Alcoholic Beverages are prohibited.
- Parking or driving on grass is prohibited.
- The parking lot reserved for patrons using park facilities.
*Overnight parking is strictly prohibited.
These regulations governed by state and local laws.
This park has lots of hilly, wooded acreage with a creek, limited playground equipment, and the Disc Golf Course. The 18 hole course traverses two (2) parks, both the East and the West Park on either side of Mooreland Drive.
Location: 300 Mooreland Drive
Acreage: 7.59 Acres
Located by the Fire Station, this park is the home of our Basketball Courts new playground area built in the Spring of 2019, two (2) shelter houses, and the Disc Golf Course. The 18 hole course traverses two (2) parks, both the East and the West Park on either side of Mooreland Drive.
Location: 300 Ballpark Drive
Acreage: 8.0 Acres
Grassy Creek Disc Golf Course
New Whiteland’s Grassy Creek Disc Golf Course opened on May 2, 2015. The 18 hole course traverses two (2) parks, both the East and the West Park on either side of Mooreland Drive. The course starts on Ballpark Drive behind the Fire Station, west of the tennis courts.
Park hours are from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily. There is no cost to use the new course.
Country Gate Park
This park has a shelter house, playground equipment, and a paved walking trail surrounding the lake.
Location: 600 Country Gate Blvd
Acreage: 7.59 Acres
This small residential park has a ½ court Basketball Court and limited pieces of playground equipment.
Location: 132 Windemere
Acreage: 1.3681 Acres
Proctor Memorial Park
Below is more information about Proctor Memorial Park.
This park has a stocked “Catch & Release” pond, 2 shelter houses, 2 playground areas, and numerous monuments and memorials to our Veterans and those currently serving in the Armed Services and our Hometown Heroes – those who serve and protect in our neighborhoods and communities. Near the front of the park is the Walk of Freedom honoring our Military Heroes and the Pathway of Honor is located near the back of the park honoring our police, fire, and emergency responders.
Location: 499 Tracy Road
Acreage: 11 acres
Proctor Park Mission Statement
A place of honor and remembrance; A place of reflection and thanksgiving; A place of community and celebration.
Proctor Park honors those individuals who have protected our community and our nation through their selfless service in our country’s armed services and law enforcement, fire protection, and emergency services. Through its very name, Proctor Park, especially remembers those individuals who made the supreme sacrifice.
Proctor Park is a place where visitors are encouraged to reflect on the lives and sacrifices of those so honored and remembered and give thanks for all those who continue in their footsteps.
Proctor Park celebrates a community that came together as a family because of a fallen son and to honor a life given. It is a place where we continue to celebrate our way of life and life itself.
The pictures below are part of the vison of what the park will be in the near future with the help of donations. If you would like to donate go to Uplift Johnson County and donate.
Proctor Park Photos and Videos
Video of Proctor Park in the “Indy Drone Owners January Photo of the Month” contest and the photo that received runner-up placement: Proctor Park by Indiana Sky Pics
2018 WWII Dedication Ceremony at Proctor Park (7/28/2018)