The Place for Family Fun
Located directly behind the Howard Steamboat Museum off of East Market Street, in the neighborhood of Port Fulton. The park is bordered to the north by the city flood wall, which begins its run through the city at Jefferson Street.
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he Jeffersonville Parks and Recreation Department has several shelters which can be used for neighborhood meetings, family reunions, graduation celebrations, birthday parties, team gatherings and much more. Click here for a complete list of parks with Shelter rentals.
Reservations are accepted online at any time (click the rental information box below). Payment is due at least 7 days before rental date. Permit is issued after full payment. All rules and regulations of the shelter apply and are subject to requested availability beginning May 24, 2020.
Port Fulton Park shelter can be reserved for the hourly rate of $35.00 per hour plus state sales tax.
- Small Shelter with Picnic table
- 1 Acre
- Restroom Facilities for Men & Women (opened with rental)
- Park Bench
Port Fulton Park was named for the former town within which it was located. The town was laid out in 1835 by Victor Neff, and named for Robert Fulton, the inventor of the modern steamboat. In 2008 the playground was updated with new equipment.