Explore Communities on the Wabash
Attica sits on the east bank of the Wabash River and is blessed with more than 125 parkland acres of recreational opportunities within it’s seven parks. Ravine Park is a ninety-acre park that starts on the west end near downtown and extends about one and one-half miles east. The western part of the park is a wooded area with a stream, Brady’s Branch, running through it. It also contains a one-half mile nature trail with five pedestrian bridges. The western section of the park has many springs that keep the stream flowing constantly. The middle section is approximately 30-acres and contains a large shelter, two smaller shelters, pool, picnic tables, park benches, and the Jackson Street trail runs behind the largest pavilion. The eastern section of the park, Arms Woods, contains 35-acres of woods with trails. The Badlands Off Road Park is 800-acres of sand dunes, wooded trails, gravel, mud, and rock trails, and terrain for all types and skill levels.