The Place for Family Fun
Bob Hedge Park is home to the cities first developmentally advantageous playground, where children with or without disabilities can play together in a safe and healthy atmosphere. The park sits on 1.5 acres and is located off of 10th Street between French Street and Howard Avenue.
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The 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 Monday – Friday 8:30-4:00. Payment is due at the time of reservation and all rentals require 2 week advance notice. All rules and regulations of the shelter apply and are subject to requested availability.
Bob Hedge Park Shelter can be reserved for the hourly rate of $50.00 (plus tax) per hour.
Please contact the Jeffersonville Parks Department for availability or reserve and pay online HERE
Bob Hedge Park, formerly Ingramville School, is located on French Street in Jeffersonville. In 1915, William and Anna Ingram deeded four lots to the city for $150.00, which became the site of the current park.
In 1996 the park was named after Bob Hedge, a local philanthropist who advocated for children and local charities. Over the years, he worked to raise money for ‘Crusade for Children’ ‘Muscular Dsytrophy Association’ and ‘American Cancer Society’, among others.