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Playgrounds and Splash Pads Reopening Around Indianapolis

Indiana is starting to open again, giving families more opportunity to get outside and let some of that quarantine energy out.

Use this guide to see which playgrounds and splash pads will be open when.

While rules are relaxed and you begin to enjoy things again, please keep these safety precautions from Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. Kristina Box in mind:

  • Carry hand sanitizer.
  • Encourage children to wear masks. Here are some tips.
  • Encourage them to social distance (Dr. Box did acknowledge that this may be difficult for playing children).
  • Avoid feeding your children while at the playground.
  • When you get home, wash your kids’ hands and change their clothes.

Fishers Parks & Recreation

June 12: Playgrounds and splash pads open.

Find details and updates here.

Indy Parks & Recreation

TBD.

Find details and updates here.

Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation

June 12: Playgrounds and splash pads open.

Find details and updates here.

Greenwood Community Center

June 15: Freedom Springs, splash pads, playgrounds open.
July 6: Kid City open and park events commence.

Find details and updates here.


Related: 100 Things to Do Outside This Summer at Home


Noblesville Parks & Recreation

Splash pads are open now.
June 12: Playgrounds open.

Find details and updates here.

Westfield Parks & Recreation

June 12: Playgrounds open. Awaiting more information about the opening of Quaker Park Splash Park. The City of Westfield will sanitize every playground 2-3 times per week.

Find details and updates here.

Brownsburg Parks & Recreation

June 12: Playgrounds open.
July 4: Watermill Splash Pad open.

Find details and updates here.

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