Gladys Russell Park is located at 13364 White Plains Road and is dedicated as a wildlife refuge. The parks 149.4 acres is mostly wooded and is crisscrossed with walking trails. Near the main entrance is a large pond and a restored barn. This park was created through the generosity of two Dearborn County citizens. Mrs. Gladys Russell originally donated 120.8 acres and later Mr. James T. McManaman donated 28.6 acres.
Bright Meadows Community Park is located at 2095 Einsel Road in Bright, Indiana. Most of the park property was donated to the Park Board in 1996 by the Sunman-Dearborn School Board. In 2010 the Park Board purchased additional acreage increasing the park to its current 18.6 acres. Over the years this park has become an important part of the Bright community.
Guilford Covered Bridge Park is located at 4785 Main Street in Guilford, Indiana just off State Highway 1. This is the smallest park in the County Park system at 3.5 acres but is arguably the biggest in appeal. Located on Tanners Creek it is the home to a restored historic covered bridge.
Rullman Park is located at 19322 Turkey Point Road off State Highway 48. Dedicated as a wildlife refuge by the generosity of Harry and Alma Rullman this 80 acre park will remain in its natural state.
County Farm Park is located at 11706 County Farm Road. This is the largest park in the County Park system at 307.57 acres. Little Hogan creek meanders through dense woods that contain many native plant species. The new disc golf course is west of the YES Home and is open to the public. The parking lot has been improved and a new picnic shelter will be built in the spring of 2017.