- Our Parks
This 40-acre park is located in the heart of Lebanon at 130 E. Ulen Drive. It is home to historical Herr Cabin, Seashore Waterpark, the War Memorial, three picnic shelters, a Pavilion bandstand, one tennis court, four pickleball courts, two lighted basketball courts, baseball facility, sand volleyball courts, 1.1 mile walking path with integrated personal fitness stations, two playground areas, gazebo, greenspace and accessible restrooms.
Abner Longley Park
This 51-acre park is located at 1601 Longley Drive on the south side of Lebanon. It offers a splash pad, sledding hill, accessible restrooms, two picnic shelters, lighted basketball court, one lighted tennis court, four pickleball courts, playground area, disc golf course, RC course, green space, softball field and a football field which is home to the Lebanon Youth Football League.
This 19.5-acre site, located north of Abner Longley Park, features a three-acre fishing pond that is open on weekends from May through October with lots of mature trees. It is also home to the Lebanon Dog Park.
The Lebanon Dog Park (Located within Conservation Park)
The Lebanon Dog Park is the first dog park in Boone County located in Conservation Park. Completed in 2019, the Dog Park is made up of two fenced areas, a side for small dogs and a side for large dogs. Our dog park allows residents to exercise their dogs in an off-leash setting. The Lebanon Parks Department strives to provide a fun and safe environment for dogs and their owners in the community.
Cost for Annual Dog Park Membership: $40 for a Lebanon resident or $60 nonresident. One yearly membership includes ONE immunized dog and TWO fob devices or TWO phone app accesses, or a combination of the two, into the Dog Park. You can add up to two more immunized dogs living under the same residence for a fee of $15 each. Additional key fob and fob replacement fee is $10. Additional phone app access is $5.
A yearly Lebanon Dog Park membership is required for access. Download the membership packet along with the rules and regulations to start this process.
Once your membership packet is complete, please stop by the Lebanon Parks Department with your completed packet, vaccination records including expiration dates of all required shots, and a valid driver’s license. Once we have received the above items, please allow 2-3 business days for fob/phone access activation. After initial registration, updated vaccinations can be emailed to us.
*PLEASE NOTE: DEACTIVATION OF MEMBERSHIP CAN BE A RESULT OF EXPIRED VACCINATIONS OR AN OVERDUE MEMBERSHIP FEE*
Hot Pond Park
This neighborhood park is 3.5 acres including a 1-acre pond, fishing, picnic shelter, benches and parking area. It is located at 700 E. Noble Street and is the home of our annual fishing derby.
Big Four Trail
This 3.3-mile trail follows the former Big Four Railroad corridor and is part of the larger 40-mile trail which continues north through Thorntown to Colfax and through Lebanon’s historical downtown. Access to the trail is provided via the trailhead on Sam Ralston Road.
A 10.5-acre site located at 705 Maple Drive, this park is an open greenspace with a picnic shelter and soccer fields. It is home to the Lebanon Youth Soccer Association.
This neighborhood park is located at 2773 State Road 39 and includes 10 acres of mature trees and a drumlin berm.
Rolling Meadow Park
This mini park is located within the Rolling Meadows subdivision and features a playground accessible via the sidewalk from 1415 Thomas Drive.