Address: 1125 West Park Drive, Huntington
Built: c. 1923-1929
Landscape Architect: Chicago Landscape Co., Blarry & Rary
Current owner: Huntington County Parks Department/City of Huntington

Distinctive features:

  • Stone bridges
  • Ponds
  • Picturesque, curvilinear design

Reasons to cherish this place:

The Sunken Gardens are such a special, unusual place in Northeast Indiana, made extra special because they’re in one of our smaller cities.

It’s a great place to have a picnic. The large cobblestone bridges that cross the gardens are outstanding and are in good condition.

It’s worth checking out the veterans memorials to the west of the gardens to say thank you to the people who protected this place and the rest of the places we love.