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Ultimate Guide to Parks in Hamilton County

Whether it is exploring treehouses, playing a game of hoops, cooling off at a spray park or communing with nature, the parks systems in Hamilton County have you covered. Check out our ultimate guide to parks in Hamilton County and find the perfect spot for your next outing!





 Indicates parks with playgrounds

Indicates parks with nature/family centers

Indicates parks with hiking trails

Indicates parks with tennis courts

Indicates parks with basketball courts

Indicates parks with shelters

Indicates parks with water access

Indicates parks with splash pads/pools

Indicates parks with fees

Fishers Parks and Recreation

Fishers Parks and Recreation offers a total of 591 acres of park space, with many of the parks being new or newly renovated.  Billericay Park and Roy G. Holland Memorial Park offer splash pads during the summer.  All are free to the public with the exception of Saxony Beach, which is free to Fishers residents only.

Bee Camp Creek Trailhead Park– 13870 Ambria Dr. Fishers, IN 46037

 Billericay Park– 12690 Promise Road Fishers, IN 46038

 Brooks School Park– 11780 Brooks School Rd Fishers, IN 46037

 Cyntheanne Park– 12383 Cyntheanne Rd Fishers, IN 46037

 Eller Fields– 10198 Eller Rd Fishers, IN 46038

 Harrison Thompson Park– 13573 Conner Knoll Prkwy Fishers, IN 46038

 Heritage Meadows Park Playground– 11233 Fountainview Lane Fishers, IN 46038

 Olio Fields– 14181 East 126th St. Fishers, IN 46037

 Roy G. Holland Memorial Park– One Park Drive Fishers, IN 46038

 Saxony Beach– 13358 Pennington Road Fishers, IN 46038

 Cheeney Creek Natural Area– 11030 Fishers Pointe Blvd Fishers, IN 46038

 Cumberland Park- 10580 Cumberland Rd Fishers, IN 46038

 Fishers Heritage Park at White River– 10595 Eller Rd Fishers, IN 46038

 Flat Fork Creek Park– 16141 East 101 St. Fishers, IN 46038

 Hoosier Woods– 11034 East 121st St Fishers, IN 46037

Pocket Park– 8700 E. 116th St. Fishers, IN 46038

 Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve– 10410 Hague Rd Fishers, IN 46038


Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation

Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation is the first in the state of Indiana to have all of their parks considered wildlife and habitat friendly.  All are free to the public and open from dawn to dusk.

 Cary Grove Park–  14001 Carey Rd, Carmel, IN 46032

 Central Park West– 1195 Central Park West Drive Carmel, IN

 Founders Park– 11675 Hazel Dell Pkwy, Carmel, IN 46033

 Lawrence W Inlow Park– 6310 E Main St, Carmel, IN 46033

 Meadow Lark Park– 450 Meadow Lane, Carmel, IN 46040

 River Heritage Park– 11813 River Rd, Carmel, IN 46033

 West Park– 2700 W 116th St, Carmel, IN 46044

 Central Park East Woods1235 Central Park East Dr. Carmel, IN

Cherry Tree Park13720 Hazeldell Parkway Carmel, IN

 Flowing Well Park– 5100 E. 116 St. Carmel, IN

 Lenape Trace Park– 9602 Westfield Blvd. Carmel, IN

 Prairie Meadow Park– 5282 Ivy Hill Dr. Carmel, IN


Noblesville Parks & Recreation

Noblesville Parks offer everything from miniature golf to hiking trails to concert venues. Splash pads are offered at Dillon and Forest parks during the summer months.

 Dr. James A Dillon Park– 6001 Edenshall Lane in Noblesville, Indiana

 Forest Park– 701 Cicero Road on State Road 19 North in Noblesville, Indiana

 Seminary Park– 200 S 10th St Noblesville, IN 46060