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Billericay Park

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Documents

Billericay Park Map (PDF)

Parks Facility Reservation Information (PDF)

Splash Pad Rules (PDF)

Billericay Park Brochure (PDF)

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Features

  1. Athletic Fields
  2. Baseball / Softball Diamond
  3. Bike Racks
  4. Community Building
  5. Concession Building
  6. Electricity
  7. Lighted Fields
  8. Parking
  9. Playground
  10. Restrooms
  11. Shelter
  12. Splash Pad
  13. Trails

From trails to playgrounds and baseball diamonds, Billericay Park is bustling with activity throughout the year. Located at 126th Street and Promise Road tucked just south of Fishers High School, Billericay Park totals 44 acres of diverse recreation area and truly has something for everyone.

A popular spot for youth baseball, park visitors can hear the crack of the bat on one of eight lighted, regulation baseball diamonds. Youth baseball, along with other youth sports, is managed through the S.P.O.R.T.S. (Southeastern Program of Recreational Team Sports) organization, a not-for-profit dedicated to providing youth in the Hamilton Southeastern community. The park also features a full concession facility, making a fun evening at the ball park during season and tournament play.

Billericay Park is also a popular family destination thanks to the free splash pad that runs from Memorial Day through Labor Day. The park also features three playground areas and 1.75 miles of nature and multiuse trails. The park’s woodland area provides a scenic natural getaway while the perimeter walking trail allows visitors to enjoy ecotherapy in nature.

Fishers Parks & Recreation also hosts several activities and events at the Billericay Park, including PlayFULL Hours, a popular unstructured playtime for preschoolers and little one’s ages 1 to 5, as well as many summer camps during the warmer months. The community

building, as well as two park shelters, are available to rent for get-togethers, birthday parties, and more. While visiting the park, be sure to check out the English phonebooth at the front of the park building that pays homage to Fishers’ sister city, Billericay (pronounced bill-er-ick-ee), England. Billericay Park is open to the public year-round from dawn to dusk.