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Page last updated on March 6, 2024 at 4:09 pm

Nine acres located at 1600 S. Sycamore Ct.

The City of Bloomington's Engineering Department is a realigning the existing paved pedestrian trail at Moores Pike and Southeast Park to will increase the accessibility and safety of trail users. The trail will be slightly shifted southward, creating a safer shoulder slope for the eastbound lanes of Moores Pike and providing a more spacious buffer between the trail and the roadway. During construction, the trail will be closed between the Southeast Trail parking lot on Moores Pike and the Southeast Park tennis courts. The Southeast Trail parking lot will also be closed for use as a construction staging area, but pedestrian access will remain open between Moores Pike and the Southeast Trail (towards Sare Road). Construction is expected to begin in late March and wrap up in May. Thank you for your patience as we make these improvements.


Playground Equipment: Rubberized surfaces at two playgrounds.

Basketball Goals: two goals

Parking Areas: Small parking area on Sycamore Drive, paved parking area off Moores Pike next to tennis courts

Play Fields: Open green space

Shelters: one small shelter, non-reservable

Tennis Courts: Two courts at north end of park

Land and Water Conservation Fund

The picnic area, picnic shelter, trail and walkway, sport courts and park sign were partially funded in 1974 by the Land and Water Conservation Fund through the U.S. Department of Interior and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.