Robert C. Beutter Park
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Size: 7 acres
Location: 400 N. Spring Street, on the former Ball Band/Uniroyal site, just west of the Main Street bridge along the river
Features: The main focus of the park is the river. Beutter Park includes a river race with elliptical shaped overlook weirs and fiber-optic underwater lighting, two connecting bridges across the race to the park, the Mishawaka Riverwalk, the "Shards" sculpture, and an 800 foot perennial garden. The park is named in honor of Robert C. Beutter, who served our city for 20 years as Mayor - from 1984-2003. It is a popular venue for summer concerts and a focal point of the Riverwalk.
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