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Lakeside Playground at Morse Park and Beach is Now Open

There’s a new playground in Noblesville! Hamilton County welcomed a new state-of-the-art community playground at Morse Park and Beach recently, with the official opening of Lakeside Playground, located in north Noblesville.

Hamilton County Parks and Recreation

Lakeside Playground Features    

Lakeside Playground features lots of fun for kids of all ages. Because of the playground’s proximity to the water at Morse Beach, the playground equipment has a fun, nautical theme. The play area serves a variety of age groups, from toddlers to teens, and even adults.  

Playground for Older Kids

For older kids ages 5 through 12, there is a large climbing structure that is the centerpiece of the playground, which includes an inclusive Sensory Wave climber with handholds created for special needs users, a spinning GT Accelerator and a large polymer whale sporting “barnacle” climbing grips. Brightly hued, overhead shade canopies are designed to offer protection from the sun.  

Toddler Playground

Younger children ages 5 and younger can explore the fun play equipment that features musical, role-playing, sliding and crawling activities. Kids who love to spin and swing will love the Tri-Runner on the playground, as well as pint-sized play equipment that’s suited for toddlers.

Activities for Adults

Adults can play with their little ones on the Expression Swing, which allows users to interact from an eye-to-eye perspective. The tandem version of that swing is designed so that two children or adults face each other while swinging together.

Along with the imaginative and engaging play elements, those using the new playground will also be treated to a panoramic view of Morse Reservoir.

Hamilton County Parks and Recreation

Morse Park and Beach

The playground is located in Morse Park and Beach, a 23-acre lakeside park that also offers visitors a seasonal beach, boat docks, kayak launch, disc golf course, softball complex, sand volleyball court, gaga ball pit, four large picnic shelters and the popular Osprey Pointe Pavilion event facility. A segment of Noblesville’s Levee Trail runs through the park, as well.

More Info

Lakeside Playground at Morse Park and Beach is located at 19777 Morse Park Lane in Noblesville. The park is open from dawn to dusk. To learn more about the park, visit MyHamiltonCountyParks.com.

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