Anderson Park – 711 Hildreth Street
Anderson Park, being only 4.85 acres, is a special function park: most of the adult softball leagues play their games on the 3 softball fields there. To help accommodate spectators at games, there is a combination concession stand/restroom facility with covered eating areas.
Bicknell Park - 315 Silver Street
Another smaller park at 5.2 acres, Bicknell Park has a lot to offer citizens. A covered shelter, 2 restrooms, 1 softball field, 2 basketball goals, and 4 tennis courts provide fun for all ages. In addition, it has playground equipment for smaller kids.
Billy Herman Park - 600 Scribner Dr.
"William Jennings Bryan "Billy" Herman (7/7/1909 - 9/5/1992) was an American second baseman in Major League Baseball during the 1930s and 1940s. He was known for his stellar defense and consistent batting. He still holds many National League defense records for second basemen. Born in New Albany, Indiana, in 1909, Herman attended New Albany High School. This location is the "Home of New Albany Youth League Baseball". It is described as a "Special Use Park" - used predominantly for baseball. No playground equipment, basketball courts or picnic area. This site is used primarily by New Albany Youth League Baseball. 5.2 acres with 4 baseball fields of differing sizes, portable restrooms, concession stand, paved walking path and is adjacent to Anderson Park.
Binford Park – 1701 Graybrook Lane
This open park's most noted features include its football field, soccer field, and baseball diamond. Other areas of interest include basketball goals, 2 horseshoe pits, playground equipment, 1 covered shelter with tables, and restroom facilities. This 18.8 acre park mainly serves citizens in the immediate area as well as from all over New Albany.
Bud Flynn Center
The Bud Flynn Center is adjacent to Bicknell Park. It is used as a computer lab and for special events.
Cannon Acres Sports Complex – 1933 Budd Road
A special use park designated for soccer. No playground equipment, basketball courts, or picnic area. 28 acres located at 1933 Budd Rd., New Albany. There are four lighted soccer fields. Offers an expansive flat grassy area for soccer fields and set within rolling topography and suburban neighborhoods. Parking available in gravel parking area
Cherry Valley Golf Course – 600 Cherry Street – www.cherryvalleygolf.com
Historic Cherry Valley Golf Course was originally built in 1932 and was named Valley View Golf Course. In 1966 it was renamed the Fuzzy Zoeller Par 3 in which many of the holes were lengthened along with other improvements. In 1985 it was once again renamed and remains - Cherry Valley Golf.
In 2001 Gerald Mason leased the golf course and has made major improvements to the facility. The fairways and greens are in fantastic shape, the Pro-Shop has under gone a complete renovation along with a putting green and driving net to be added this Spring.
Come out and enjoy a great round of golf at Cherry Valley Golf Course located in New Albany, Indiana.
Divison Street Park and Center
This is a fenced area with 2 basketball goals for citizens who are usually within walking distance who like to shoot hoops.
Griffin Street Center – 1140 Griffin Street
Griffin Street Center is one of 4 centers children can go after school and have fun. Various areas include 2 restroom facilities, an indoor gymnasium, a softball field, 2 basketball goals, 1 volleyball court, and 2 horseshoe pits. The gym and kitchen are available to be rented out for special occasions to the public.
Joe Kraft Park – 500 W 7th St.
Another small park that serves the surrounding neighborhood, Joe Kraft Park has a restroom facility, a picnic table, 2 basketball goals, and a softball diamond. Falling Run Creek runs through the park, which has 1,000 linear feet of bank within its boundaries.
Millerwood Park is a small park serving the immediate neighborhood with a playground, picnic tables, and a basketball goal.
Ritter Park – behind S. Ellen Jones Elementary School, between 13th Street, Oak Street, and Culbertson Avenue
Ritter Park is a small park serving the immediate neighborhood.
Sertoma Park – 1315 Mill Lane
Sertoma is a secluded and relaxed atmosphere for recreation. Containing 3 softball fields, a basketball goal, a sand volleyball court, 2 horseshoe pits, playground equipment, a covered shelter, and portable toilet, Sertoma is ideal for the quiet neighborhood it serves off of Slate Run Road.
Valley View Golf Course - 3748 Lawrence Banet Rd Floyds Knobs, IN 47119
This full, 18 hole course serves golfers in approximately a one hour radius of its location in Floyds Knobs. Spanning over 200 acres, the area includes a golf shop and clubhouse along with the course itself.