With state-of-the-art play structures and lots of space to run, these Indiana playgrounds will bring out the inner child in everyone.
7225 North River Road, Fort Wayne, IN
Experience Indiana’s first Boundless Playground! The idea is to allow children the opportunity to enjoy unstructured play, which helps their social and physical development. And this park has a space for everyone: An Alpha pod for children ages 2-5, a Gamma Pod for children ages 5-12, and a Beta Pod for all ages. The state-of-the-art equipment includes the world’s first outdoor electronic playground, a fossilized T-Rex, and an AeroGlider.
940 S Locust Ln, Brownsburg, IN
Williams Park is known for its Blast-Off Playground, a large, newly painted wooden play structure. This idea for this themed playground was conceived by the children of Brownsburg Community School Corporation, and their vision was brought to life with the assistance of more than 2,500 volunteers who worked to assemble the structure.
Parkside Dr, Columbus, IN
Designed for children with special needs in mind, this playground was imagined and made possible by two mothers who wished to fill a void for inclusive play spaces in their city. Covering 25,000 square feet, this playground offers fun and excitement for all kids.
6310 E Main St, Carmel, IN
The newly remodeled Lawrence W. Inlow Park in Carmel is something out of a child’s wild imagination. The playground’s crowning feature is a “skywalk” that is so massive and tall that it can be seen from the street. The skywalk includes an enclosed, 32-foot long and 16-foot high rope walkway, banked by slides, and numerous rope climbing structures on either side.
2851 Old State Rd 37, Bloomington, IN
On the northern edge of Bloomington off Old State Road 37, Lower Cascades features a huge, fully accessible playground with swings, slides, climbing apparatus, and a toddler play area. The main play structure is over 2 stories high, with twisting slides.
2700 W 116th St, Carmel, IN
This farm-themed park is a favorite in Central Indiana. Kids love the rural atmosphere that the Mill House and life-size farm equipment help convey. The Mill has multiple slides that lead to a giant spiderweb. No waiting in line for swings here – there are plenty to choose from. And parents will enjoy the serene garden surrounding the playground.
1 Park Dr, Fishers, IN
In addition to its massive play structures, Roy G. Holland Memorial Park has something everyone to enjoy: Soccer, baseball and softball fields, sand volleyball courts, basketball courts, wooded areas, picnic areas and an active community building perfect for special occasions. Just walk the loop trail to catch the action or to meet up with friends and neighbors out on a beautiful day.