Indiana Parks

  Avon Parks – There are several opportunities for nature lovers and outdoorsmen to enjoy themselves in Avon, Indiana. The Avon Perennial Gardens offer five acres of expertly landscaped trees, shrubs, perennials and annuals, Town Hall Park comprises 70 acres of prairies, lakes and wetlands, and 2.5 miles of walking and mountain biking trails, 75 acres of horseshoe pits, playgrounds, and basketball and volleyball courts cater to the most adventurous spirits at Washington Township Community Park.
  Beech Grove ParksBeech Grove, Indiana prides itself on the many Beech Grove parks and recreation areas for the enjoyment of residents and visitors.  Several sporting events and annual Indianapolis festivals take place in the area preserves, attracting numerous attendees for a fun day in the small town. Top Beech Grove parks include the Sarah T. Bolton Park, South Grove Park, Hartman Park, and more.
  Brownsburg Parks – The Brownsburg Parks and Recreation Department takes care of lots of community spaces in Brownsburg, Indiana. Helping them is a volunteer group of Brownsburg residents, the Brownsburg Park Foundation, which handles fundraising and direction of contributions. Brownsburg parks include Arbuckle Acres Park, Williams Park, and the Brownsburg Community Center.
  Carmel Parks – With an excellent reputation as one of the best places to live in the United States, Carmel, Indiana provides residents with 15 Carmel parks  and greenways, a recreation center, an aquatic center, and numerous programs operated through the Carmel-Clay Parks & Recreation Department. Several smaller Carmel parks provide ample shelters and picnic areas, walking trails, playgrounds, and even sled hills for Carmel children.
  Danville Parks – One of the finest examples of Danville’s family focus is the Danville parks  system. Designed to inspire the imagination, educate the mind, and strengthen the body, the community’s sprawling parks were made for self-improvement. The top park in Danville is Ellis Park, a 49 acre park with baseball fields, football fields, basketball courts, tennis courts, shelter houses, open fields, and fire pits.
  Fishers Parks – The community of Fishers, Indiana is growing by leaps and bounds, and the Fishers Parks and Recreation Department is growing right alongside the population. Top parks in Fishers include Roy G Holland Memorial Park, Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve, Mudsock Fields, Harrison Thompson Park, Hoosier Woods, and more.
  Franklin Parks – The Parks and Recreation Department of Franklin, Indiana is a high-powered, well-oiled community service machine. Not content to let their residents commute 20 minutes to Indianapolis, they have created a city with self-contained activity centers offer everything locals need and then some. Top parks in Franklin include the Franklin Cultural Arts and Recreation Center, Morgan Park, the Franklin Memorial Swimming Pool, the Wonder Five Center, and more.
  Greenfield ParksRiley Park, the feature park of Greenfield, Indiana, covers 40 acres of natural landscape and offers a 7200 square foot skate park, two basketball courts, six tennis courts, five baseball fields, playground equipment, a sledding hill, plenty of open areas for Greenfield sports, and fishing along Brandywine Creek.
  Greenwood Parks – The Greenwood, Indiana area has 14 municipal parks with rolling greenways, playgrounds, Greenwood sports facilities, and picnic areas covering a total of 200 acres. The Greenwood park system also boasts a swimming pool, the Greenwood Community Center, numerous tennis courts, golf courses, baseball diamonds and Little League programs. Popular parks in Greenwood include the Children’s Garden Park and University Park.
  Indianapolis Parks – The people of Indianapolis treasure their parks and maintain and use them well, particularly through the help of Indy Parks and Recreation. This is especially true of the parks in the inner Circle City, where you will find parks that house well-known Indianapolis attractions and tourist sights such as the famous Monument Circlein the very heart of town, among all the bustle and concrete.

  Lawrence Parks – Run by the Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department, Lawrence parks are well kept, beautiful Lawrence attractions that showcase the beauty and majesty of the Central Indiana countryside. Fantastic places to exercise, bring Lawrence children, or simply take a hike, Lawrence parks are a valuable part of Lawrence’s Pioneering Healthy Communities initiative, a plan designed to improve Lawrence health for all residents.
  Martinsville Parks – The Morgan County Parks & Recreation Board, headquartered in Martinsville, works hard to keep up with the phenomenal growth in Morgan County, of which Martinsville, Indiana is the county seat. Throughout the city, there are walking trails, streams and woods, all taken care of by the city parks operators. Martinsville parks offer all types of activities and space for special Martinsville events such as birthday parties, weddings and family reunions.
  Mooresville Parks – In Mooresville, Indiana, outdoor activities lean heavily on the vastly generous offerings of the Mooresville Park and Recreation Department. The Mooresville area has several enticing parks and camps, including Hadley Memorial Park, North Park, Old Town Park, the Mooresville Family Aquatic Center, Pioneer Adventure Camp, and many more.
  Noblesville ParksNoblesville parks provide something for everyone. Each green space kept by the community has a different atmosphere, list of amenities, and things to do. Forest Park is the largest park in Noblesville; it’s the home of the Forest Park Aquatic Center, the Indiana Transportation Museum, and Forest Park Golf Course. Other parks in Noblesville include Dr. James A. Dillon Park and Seminary Park.
  Plainfield ParksPlainfield, Indiana has a comprehensive parks and trails network that nature enthusiasts will fall in love with. Rivaling the scale and majesty of Indianapolis parks, Plainfield parks span all of Hendricks County and include hiking trails, nature preserves, beautiful vistas, and other Plainfield attractions that visitors and residents alike delight in.
  Shelbyville Parks – An important facet in the community of Shelbyville, Indiana is its parks and recreation program. This typical small, Midwestern town boasts more than enough green spaces and athletic fields for their burgeoning hamlet. Top parks in Shelbyville include Blue River Park, Pioneer Park, Kennedy Park, the Meridian Park Family Aquatic Center, the Carl McNeely Civic Center, and more.
  Speedway Parks – Two lovely Speedway parks reside in the city. Meadowood Park offers a soccer field, two covered pavilions and one gazebo-style pavilion, two baseball diamonds, walking trails and a playground for young children; Leonard Park is a green oasis of about fourteen acres that house two baseball diamonds, two covered pavilions, two full tennis courts (lighted), one volleyball court, a playground, a covered sandbox and some nice walking trails.
  Zionsville Parks – The Zionsville Parks and Recreation Department maintains some popular programs such as nature hikes, tennis lessons and garden plots available to the public. There are many other fun programs put in place by the community at large which make excellent use of Zionsville parks. Top parks in Zionsville, Indiana include Starkey Nature Park, Jennings Field, Creekside Nature Park, and Lincoln Park.

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Two lovely Speedway parks reside in the city, Meadowood Park and Leonard Park.