Nature is Good for the Soul
Ravine Park is a large ninety acre park that starts on the west end near the downtown and extends about one and one-half miles east. The western part of the park is a wooded area with a stream, Brady’s Branch, running through it. It also contains a one-half mile nature trail with five pedestrian bridges. This western section of the park has many springs that keep the stream flowing constantly. The middle section is approximately 30 acres that contains a very large shelter, two small shelters, pool, community building, picnic tables and park benches. Playground equipment includes bouncy animals, swings, climbers, slides, basketball goal, Frisbee golf and horseshoe pitching. The eastern section of the park, Arms Woods, contains thirty-five acres of woods with trails.
McDonald Park is a one square block area in the center of Attica containing four basketball goals, two tennis courts, a bandstand, various playground equipment, and picnic tables.
West Street Park is a new park located at the corner of West Street and Derrick Street. It contains a small shelter, picnic table, park benches, a climbing wall, swings and slide.
Riley Park is a three and eight-tenths acre area with two soccer fields located off of Summit Street.
Ouabache Park contains eighteen acres located adjacent to the Wabash River and has a paved boat ramp. The park contains a small shelter. There are handicap accessible restrooms available as well as five tent campsites, one of which is handicap accessible. There is also a wildlife sanctuary adjacent to park.
For more information on the City's parks visit the city website.
Youth Summer Enrichment Opportunity
Attica Park Program is a free eight week summer program from 8-12 p.m. where children make new friends, play games, go on field trips, and have FUN! The kids also have the option to participate in the free summer lunch program offer at Attica Elementary School from noon until 1:00 each day.