Aultshire Park in Muncie

Aultshire Park is located on the dead end of Watt Ave. in the Aultshire Neighborhood. This park is the only public amenity within this secluded neighborhood on Muncie’s northeast side. There is an area to turn around, but there is no designated parking area leaving visitors to park along the grass. The park offers playground equipment. There is a picnic shelter, but no picnic tables. A basketball court is located in the southwest portion of the park. A dirt and grassed walking/jogging path is provided that encircles the park. Large open space is available for spontaneous play or sports. A hedge line screens the park from the neighbors to the north, while the rest of the park offers borrowed views of large yards of neighbors in the other directions. Railroad tracks running northeast-southwest are visible from the park, they are located ~300’ southeast of this park.

Located at:
South of Cromer & Watt Avenue
Muncie, IN 47305

Robert F. Kennedy visited Muncie in May of 1968. The Ball State men’s Gym was selected as the location for Kennedy’s speech; however there was much concern over filling all the seats in the gym. Conversely, the Gym was filled to capacity, with an estimated 9,000 people filling all the seats and the entire playing court, after playing waiting hours for Kennedy’s appearance.

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Office of the Mayor
The Honorable Daniel Ridenour

Muncie City Hall
Third Floor
300 N High Street
Muncie, IN 47305
(765) 747-4845
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