With temperatures warming up, the parks are coming to life with nature blooming and people venturing outdoors more.
Splash pads are one of the best ways for youth to cool off in the heat and have fun while doing so. Kids and parents alike are probably wondering when one of their favorite summer activities will open as the anticipation rises with each warm day. Get ready, because all splash pads listed below are now open!
Splash pads will be open from 8 a.m.-8 p.m. unless noted with a *, in which these will be open from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. daily throughout the summer.
-Arsenal Park*, 1400 E. 46th St.
-Bel Aire Park, 2901 W. Mooresville Rd.
-Bertha Ross Park, 3700 N. Clifton Ave.
-Carson Park, 5400 S. High School Rd.
-Centennial & Groff Park*, 2300 N. Centennial St.
-Christian Park, 4200 English Ave.
-Clayton LaSalle Park, 401 S. LaSalle St.
-Dan Wakefield Park, 6051 N. Broadway St.
-Grassy Creek Park, 10510 E. 30th St.
-Haughville Park, 520 N. Belleview Pl.
-Holliday Park, 6363 Spring Mill Dr.
-Jake Greene Park, 1700 Franklin Rd.
-Municipal Gardens, 1831 N. Lafayette Rd.
-Riverwood Park, 7201 Crittenden Ave.
-Stout Field Park, 3820 W. Bradbury Rd.
-Tarkington Park*, 45 W. 40th St.
-Wes Montgomery Park, 3400 N. Hawthorne Ln.
-Wildwood Park, 8100 Southeastern Ave.
-Willard Park, 1901 Washington St.
-Windsor Village*, 6510 E. 25th St.
If a splash pad doesn’t sound like your cup of tea, don’t fret: We have so much more to offer in the upcoming season! We offer plenty of opportunities for you and your family to make the most of the summer, including our Summer Concert & Movie Series, summer programs for all ages, and so much more. Take time this summer to explore our 214 parks and 153 miles of trails. Take an adventure around the city this summer and visit parks and trails you have never been to before! To learn more about these opportunities, visit parks.indy.gov
Whatever you do this summer, we’re sure you’ll find something new, fun and exciting. Enjoy the sunshine!