Do you know what\u2019s new at your favorite Hamilton County park? Several locations have added even more ways for your family to have fun together. Grab a pen \u2013 you\u2019ll want to add these \u201cnewbies\u201d (as well as some \u201coldies but goodies\u201d) to your summer lineup. 1. Trek through the treetops\u00a0 Strawtown Koteewi Park Koteewi Range 12308 Strawtown Ave., Noblesville 22738 Essig Ave., Noblesville Hamilton County\u2019s \u201cmini state park\u201d is growing! This summer, families can take to the trees to try out Strawtown Koteewi\u2019s new aerial trails. The ropes course and zipline will offer three levels, ranging from 15 feet to 50 feet above the ground. After finding footing in the forest, families can test their archery aim in Koteewi Range\u2019s new family fun zone. Once outfitted with bows, have the kids practice shooting at foam targets shaped like dinosaurs, \u201cjackolopes\u201d and more. 2. Go \u201cgaga\u201d for Gaga Ball Forest Park 701 Cicero Rd., Noblesville Dillon Park 6001 Edenshall Ln., Noblesville A new sport is coming to Noblesville this summer! Gaga Ball, a variation of dodgeball that uses an octagonal \u201carena\u201d will be available for play at Forest Park and Dillon Park. Instead of using multiple balls like American dodgeball, Gaga Ball only uses one, and you\u2019re only out if you\u2019re struck below the waist! 3. Take the toddlers to a playground all their own Roy G. Holland Park One Park Dr., Fishers Fisher\u2019s finest playground is getting a little brother this year. Holland Park will introduce a new toddler playground so even the littlest park goers have a place to play. 4. Climb into a treehouse\u00a0 Flat Fork Creek Park 16141 E 101st St., Fishers Hamilton County\u2019s most anticipated new park is open for its first summer season! Head for the woods to explore 1.25 miles of mountain biking trails and three \u201ctreehouses,\u201d one of which is ADA accessible via boardwalk. For a hike with a view, climb the 60-foot sledding hill to get an aerial look at Flat Fork Creek\u2019s 60 acres. 5. Learn to surf Monon Community Center Waterpark 1235 Central Park Drive E., Carmel While Hamilton County may not have salty surf spots like the coasts, the Monon Community Center Waterpark boasts a FlowRider that simulates surfable swells. Kids of the right height can bodyboard or flowboard waves that would otherwise require a plane ticket to enjoy! 6. Hit the beach Saxony Beach 13288 Pennington Rd., Fishers Morse Park and Beach 19777 Morse Park Ln., Noblesville Bring your beach towel, slather on some sunscreen and head to Hamilton County\u2019s beaches for sun and sand. Families can explore Saxony Lake via kayak or play on Morse Reservoir\u2019s inflatable playground \u2013 right on the lake! 7. Take to the trails Various locations June is National Trails Month, so there\u2019s no better time to explore Hamilton County\u2019s 300-plus miles of trails. Try the Monon Trail, White River Greenway, Cool Creek Park Loop or Heritage Park Loop on foot, by bicycle or on rollerblades. 5 Places for Picnic Fair On the run? Order sandwiches and sides to go at these local eateries. \t\u00a0Pure Eatery \u2013 Fishers: Located less than 1 mile from Roy G. Holland Memorial Park. \t\u00a0Rosie\u2019s Place \u2013 Noblesville: Just a four-minute drive away from Forest Park. \t\u00a0Blu Moon Caf\u00e9 \u2013 Carmel: Right off of Rangeline and Main Street. \t\u00a0Soho Caf\u00e9 and Gallery \u2013 Carmel: Accessible from the Monon Trail. \t\u00a0Rail Epicurean Market \u2013 Westfield: Easy to get to from Asa Bales Park or the Midland Trace Trail.