Evolution Park is an evolutionary robotics testbed at Michigan State University. The facilities support a variety of research activities involving evolutionary algorithms (EAs) and robotics, including: optimization of physical properties and software parameters; enhancement of robustness and resiliency by target systems to adverse conditions during evolutionary runs; and investigation of research questions in evolutionary biology with relevance to the design of robotic systems. The testbed includes multiple water tanks for testing aquatic robots, a multimaterial 3D printer for fabricating parts, two parallel computing clusters for evolutionary runs; and MSU EvoRally, a 1:5-scale truck with a top speed of 60 mph. Funding is primarily provided by the National Science Foundation with additional support from the Office of Naval Research and the Air Force Research Laboratory.