With warmer weather right around the corner, it\u2019s time to get out and enjoy some fresh air. Thankfully, there are plenty of options for families with children of all ages and abilities to choose from \u2014 and places where parents can keep those runners contained. Which means not only will the children be having fun, but parents and caregivers can relax a little and have fun, too.\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 If you are looking for autism-friendly and inclusive playgrounds in Indianapolis, look no further \u2014 here is a list for you! \u00a0 Fully- Or Mostly- Fenced Playgrounds\u00a0 Shawn Grove Park\u00a0 1401 North Alabama St., Indianapolis\u00a0 With two playgrounds and a pavilion, this park is great for children of all ages. The toddler playground is for children ages\u00a05\u00a0and under and is completely fenced in. They also have a playground for the older kids without a fence.\u00a0\u00a0\u00a0 Play Area at Clay Terrace 14390 Clay Terrace Blvd., Carmel\u00a0 This small, fenced-in playground is perfect for those who need to take a break from shopping, or run a little after enjoying a meal at one of the Clay Terrace restaurants. Parents can sit and breathe in the fresh air while their child enjoys some play time in this enclosed space. Westermeier\u00a0Commons Park\u00a0 920 Central Park Dr.\u00a0West, Carmel\u00a0 Spanning over 25,000 square feet, this park has plenty to offer\u00a0guests of all ages and abilities \u2014\u00a0including two specific areas for children ages 2-5 and 5-12. The Splash Pad is a separately contained area with\u00a0features that spin and rotate,\u00a0and it\u2019s a\u00a0great way to cool off on a hot\u00a0summer day.\u00a0\u00a0 Westermeier\u00a0Commons Park Accessible and Inclusive Playgrounds in Indianapolis \u201cEverybody\u2019s Playground\u201d at River Heritage Park\u00a0 11813 River Rd., Carmel\u00a0 Located within the 40-acre River Heritage Park,\u00a0you will find this playground with not only swings, slides and plenty to climb on, but also handicap-accessible play features for your little one.\u00a0 Freedom Trail Park Wind Chimes Freedom Trail Park\u00a0 500 Deer Walk Trace, Westfield\u00a0 This park was designed specifically with autistic children in mind, offering an inclusive playground and sensory garden, spinning and twirl features, handicap accessible swings and wide ramp systems allowing for wheelchair access.\u00a0 Brooks School Park\u00a0 11780 Brooks School Rd., Fishers\u00a0 This inclusive playground offers two separate play areas for children ages 2-5 and 5-12. Inside the park you will also find a sensory play area with drums, chimes, bells, xylophones, activity boards and a rubberized surface.\u00a0 Independence Park\u00a0 2100 S. Morgantown Rd., Greenwood\u00a0 Independence Park features a large, all-accessible playground with rubberized surface, a wheelchair-accessible trail and basketball court, and a sensory area designed with autistic children in mind, featuring 20 different elements.\u00a0 Old City Park\u00a0 304 S Meridian St., Greenwood\u00a0 The newly reimagined Old City Park has multiple activities on the playground for people of all abilities. The foosball table is wheelchair accessible, and the rubberized surface and spaced-apart features allow for easy mobility.\u00a0\u00a0 For more information on parks in and around Indianapolis, check out indyschild.com\/indy-playgrounds.