Hamilton County Parks has created a list of reopening dates for its park facilities and activities.
The schedule reflects the measured approach to reopenings as outlined in Governor Holcomb’s multi-staged reopening guidelines.
Park staff are eager to welcome visitors back, but it should be noted that the schedule is subject to change, based on evolving COVID-19-related circumstances and updated directives provided by the governor’s office, the CDC, the county health department and the park board.
Throughout the reopening phases, visitors to park facilities will be provided onsite and online information regarding interim precautionary measures to be taken to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all guests, park staff and volunteers.
Koteewi Archery Range (pro shop only)
White River Campground (no office access)
Koteewi Archery Range open (personal equipment use only/limited capacity)
River Road Park Athletic Fields
Cool Creek Park Athletic Fields
Morse Park Athletic Fields
Cool Creek Campfires (limited capacity)
Coxhall Mansion Rentals (limited capacity)
Osprey Pointe Pavilion Rentals (limited capacity)
Cool Creek Summer Camps (modified/limited capacity)
Koteewi Aerial Adventures (limited capacity)
Koteewi Range – Archery (rentals, lessons – limited capacity)
K-Trails (limited capacity)
Morse Softball League
Playgrounds (unless interim circumstances dictate otherwise)
Cool Creek Nature Center (limited capacity)
Taylor Center of Natural History (limited capacity)
Park operations may resume at full capacity
It should be noted that all Hamilton County Parks and Recreation parks, trails and park restrooms will continue to remain open to the public, until directed to do so otherwise.
The 2020 Cool Creek Summer Concert Series, title sponsored by the Clay Township Trustee Office and Board, will not be performed on the scheduled dates. Watch for details regarding FREE make-up concert performances at an alternate Hamilton County Park venue this fall!
For additional reopening details and updates, please contact Hamilton County Parks and Recreation at 317-770-4400 or [email protected] or visit them online at myhamiltoncountyparks.com or on Facebook.