After a hard day's work, one will find Versailles a peaceful and relaxing setting to call home. Our residents enjoy various recreational facilities including parks, fitness centers, swimming pools, etc. An eighteen hole public golf course, is located just outside of our community. An annual Poultry Days Festival is held each year in June, with proceeds providing for many services within the community including the establishment and maintenance of Heritage Park.
Ward Park, located at 448 Woodland Drive, is a publicly-owned park which contains three shelter houses, a swimming pool, tennis court, ball diamond, concession and restroom facilities, and playground equipment. The park shelters are available for reservation beginning January 2nd, with reservations being made at the Administrative Offices, 177 North Center Street. The cost of reservation is $50.00 per shelter, and is non-refundable. Shelters No. 2 and 3 have a maximum occupancy of 64 persons, while Shelter No. 1 has a maximum occupancy of 32 persons.
Indian Creek Park, located on Jackson Street (SR 185) is a publicly-owned park containing a shelter house with restroom facilities, basketball court, tennis court, ball diamond, shuffleboard courts, and concession stand with restroom facilities, and playground equipment. The shelter house at Indian Creek Park is available for rental on and after January 2nd of each calendar year, with reservations taken at the Administrative Offices, 177 North Center Street.
Heritage Park is a privately-owned park located off of Woodland Drive and Klipstine Road adjacent to the Heritage Estates Subdivision. This park contains a gazebo, shelter house, concession stand with restroom facilities, sledding hill, fishing pond, paved walking path, two ball diamonds, and playground equipment.
Village of Versailles Ward & Indian Creek Park Shelter Reservations:
Call the Village of Versailles to inquire about shelter availability at 937-526-3294 before submitting a reservation form.
For reservations at Heritage Park, please contact Emily Pepple at 937-417-1346 or email@example.com.
The Versailles community is blessed to have well-kept parks, the community must work together to keep the parks clean, safe, and enjoyable for all ages.
To view the park rules click here.
Should any activity considered detrimental to the park facilities or citizens’ general enjoyment be observed, it is requested the activity be reported immediately to the Versailles Police Department by calling 911 or 937-548-2020. (Darke County Dispatch will notify the Versailles Police Department.)
Park Board MeetingMon, 02/26/2024 - 6:30pm
Finance and Audit Committee MeetingWed, 02/28/2024 - 6:15pm
Village Council MeetingWed, 02/28/2024 - 7:00pm