Department of Parks and City Properties
Beginning with the establishment of our largest park, Jimmy Nash City Park on approximately 110-acres in 1947, Martinsville has a proud history of providing quality recreational amenities for our residents and visitors. Our first shelter house was completed in 1948 with a second shelter house built in 1950, the same year the park acquired tennis courts. A third shelter house was constructed in 1952 and a fourth in 1955. Our swimming pool, enjoyed by hundreds of guests each summer was first ready for area residents to enjoy on Memorial Day 1954, along with a lighted softball diamond that year.
Whether it’s swimming, hiking, playgrounds, basketball, or picnic areas, we have it all, so we invite you to come out and enjoy all the recreational fun our parks offer!
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Deposit RefundAll security deposits are refundable if facility is left clean and undamaged.
RentalsNo rentals for a calendar year until January of that year. For Shelter House availability call us at (765) 342-3155 or contact our office.
Jimmy Nash City Park
Sunday – Saturday: 7:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Today, Jimmy Nash Park offers six shelters and one pavilion available for rent year-round for all kinds of events, including reunions, birthday parties, family cook-outs and much more. The park also offers a walking trail and a pond for fishing. Our pool has two large slides, a diving well, a slide in the baby pool and splash pad. Our concession stand is open to both the public and pool guests during the summer season. We also provide basketball courts and beautiful green space.
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Martinsville City Pool
Martinsville’s beautiful City Park Pool is situated among the 110 acre Jimmy Nash City Park. The Martinsville City Pool offers waterslides and play areas to give visitors a safe, enjoyable family friendly environment to help you get away from the summer heat.
Doris Daily Park
Doris Daily Park is just under an acre of beautiful green space with large shade trees. Located on the south end of Mulberry Street at the intersection of Main Street and Morton Avenue, with a gazebo, several picnic tables and benches, this park is a perfect spot for peaceful relaxation and recreation.
Mulberry Street Park
Mulberry Street Park is a wonderful small neighborhood park on the north end of Mulberry Street, offering several pieces of playground equipment, four basketball goals and a small shelter house.
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Department of Parks and City Properties Contacts
- Melanie FoleyPark Board PresidentDepartment of Parks and City PropertiesPlan Commission
- Sherilyn FoleyVice President of Park BoardDepartment of Parks and City Properties
- Robin FerranParks Office Manager (765) 342-3155Department of Parks and City Properties
- Rachel TuttleSecretary of Park BoardDepartment of Parks and City Properties
- Lon SkinnerDepartment of Parks and City Properties
- Michael PrattDepartment of Parks and City Properties
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