Our mission is to provide a unique sports escape while providing the opportunity for athletes to train, play and enjoy the sports they love. We strive to fulfill the community need for diverse sports opportunities, enhances the visibility and image of the Hancock County area, through sports tourism. Since the start we have seen first hand the economic development growth the area.
Hours of Operation
The McCordsville Sports Park opens at 7 a.m. and closes at dusk every day. We will close the complex if weather provides a dangerous environment. Any vehicles left in the parking lot after dusk or when an event is finished will be locked in until we open the next day.
Dillinger Dog Track
What is now McCordsville Sports Park sits on the restored foundation of the Dillinger Dog track date to the 1930’s. Constructed in the times of prohibition the site was home to dog racing and sporting events.
Vintage 1970’s the dog track was first brought back to life as Raceland Indiana, a quarter mile sprint car and midget race track.
McCordsville Sports Park
After sitting dormant for 30+ years this historic property has once again been giving a breath of new life. McCordsville Sports Park is an outdoor recreational facility welcome to all people who love sports and the outdoors.
Sporting Indiana F.C.
DIRECTIONS from I-70
Get off at the Mt Comfort Exit (exit 96) Turn North onto N 600W/Mt Comfort Rd Continue to follow North 600W for 5 miles Turn right (North-East) onto IN S.R. 67 N/US 36 E/Main St for 1mile McCordsville Sports Park is on your right (South)
DIRECTIONS from I-69
Get off at the IN S.R. 13 Fortville / Lapel (EXIT 14). Turn South onto IN S.R. 13 for 4 miles. Turn West onto IN S.R. 67 N / US 36 E / Broadway St. thru Fortville for 3.5 miles. McCordsville Sports Park is on your left (South)
With a population of nearly 5,000 people, our community is now the second largest municipality solely in Hancock County. Incorporated in 1988, McCordsville is beginning to feel the effects of being conveniently located near several thriving cities and towns, including Indianapolis.
McCordsville is located in the northwest corner of Hancock County just south of Geist Reservoir, bordering both the City of Lawrence in Marion County and the Town of Fishers in Hamilton County. We are conveniently located off of State Highway 67 and less than 10 minutes from I-70, I-69, I-465 and SR 234.
Address: 5450 US 67/Broadway. Indiana 4055
Mailing Address: 7424 Campfire Run Indianapolis. Indiana 46236
Donations are received through the McCordsville Sports Park Foundation each year for the parks growth and beautification. Donations range from flowers, benches, trees and in kind donations. The Foundation solicits grants and other private & public funds to enhance its efforts and stretch available resources. Many donors feel the Foundation is an excellent mechanism to provide community assets or to make contributions in honor of their loved ones.
Please use the donate tab to donate a monetary amount towards our non-for-profit organization or see below for additional ways to contribute.
Each year the Foundation accepts donations for trees to be planted at a park. Donors work with the appropriate Park staff to determine appropriate planting locations. A tree is a donation that keeps on giving to the community for years to come.
Benches are a very popular donation item for parks, Often benches are donated in memory of a loved one. Appropriate bench locations are coordinated with Park staff. Small plaques may be placed on the benches in accordance with the Park Plaque Policies.