Lion Pride, Community Wide
|Whitestown Lions Club
Whitestown, IN/ Boone County
On January 6, 1955 Lloyd and Kathryn Smith conveyed 11.2 acres of land
to the Whitestown Lions Club. This piece of property came to be known as:
"The Whitestown Lions Club Park".
The park is made up of 2 youth league ball diamonds and 1 adult softball
diamond. The park also has an enclosed shelter/meeting hall, a restroom
building, a concession stand, a small storage shed, an open shelter house, a
sand volleyball area, a basketball court, and a horseshoe area.
The park was the home of the Perry-Worth youth league baseball/ softball
program from the early 1970's until 2008 when the league folded.
The park has also played host to a great number of town and local events
during it's long and illustrious history in the community.
We continue to renovate and modernize our park facilities in order to
provide a nice facility for our community and all who use our park.
We are also experiencing a current boom in our local population and the
growth of our community due to new developments in and around the town
WELCOME TO THE HOME PAGE OF THE WHITESTOWN LIONS CLUB