Kiwanis-Teledyne Park is a small park located on the eastern side of Pine Lake and located at the intersection of US Highway 35 and State Road 39.
The original 2-acre park was formed in 1965 as a training exercise by the National Guard while conducting a dredging operation on a lake channel. In 1981, a land donation of 2.5 acres doubled the size of the park. The local Kiwanis Club was responsible for the initial development of the park with a fireplace and picnic shelter, and continues to actively help maintain the park to his day.
In 1990, with the assistance of an Indiana Waters Grant, Kiwanis-Teledyne Park was renovated with new facilities including entrance drive, parking, restrooms, picnic shelter, walkway to the lake, and floating piers.
- Shelters ($65.00 Add-on)