Contact Information

Contact Information

Parks and Recreation Department


Moir/Central Park

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Park Amenities
Baseball field,
Off-street parking,
Picnic shelter,
Restrooms (seasonal),
Softball field,
Volleyball court

Upgraded in 2022, Moir Park Disc Golf features new concrete tee markers, new Discatcher baskets, and the same great course layout. 


As a city that was built out in the 1950s and 1960s, Bloomington has many facilities that need to be upgraded or replaced. That is why the City is proposing a long-term plan, called Bloomington Forward, to invest in local projects that support health, wellness, athletics and recreation.

The state legislature has authorized the City to present a half-percent sales tax option to help pay for a improvements to Moir/Central Park and the Nine Mile Creek corridor, a new Community Health and Wellness Center, and Bloomington Ice Garden renovations. Bloomington residents helped shape the plan, and will get a final say on the sales tax option during the general election on November 7.

To ensure Moir/Central Park and Nine Mile Creek Corridor continue to connect residents to nature and outdoor activities, the City is seeking to invest $20 million to restore eroded riverbanks, protect natural habitat, add new amenities to the park including gathering spaces with restrooms and a new playground, and expand trails for hiking and biking.  

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