Parks and Recreation

Dog parks are a great way to socialize, both for your pet and yourself. Just make sure you understand the rules and proper dog park etiquette.
Check out these 8 hiking trails catered to all skill levels in and around Indianapolis, IN for outdoor adventures.
According to Pickleheads’ statistics, Indianapolis is among the top 10 pickleball cities based on the number of pickleball locations — so we’re sharing some of those spots to get your game on.
What’s that sound? It’s your drone capturing awesome pictures and videos of the Circle City — after you learn the rules and guidelines.
Hit the road and head to Fort Wayne — we’re sharing all the details about what to do and eat, plus where to stay.
Who wouldn’t want to spend the summer in the sun?
We’re highlighting the best kid-friendly activities that Indianapolis, IN has to offer — complete with art classes, animal encounters, and outdoor fun.
Explore these dog-friendly places in Indy that span from places to eat, drink, shop, and stay the night.
The City of Carmel announced last week it will spend $13 million to makeover the Monon between Midtown and Downtown Carmel.
Average daily walking trips dropped by 36% in the US between 2019 and 2022 — see how Indianapolis compares.
It’s that time of year when the outdoor courts clear out. If you want to stay active in the winter, here are some facilities to continue playing your favorite sports indoors.
The city, Indy Parks, and the community celebrated the next phase of a 20-year master plan to transform Riverside Park completed.
The Lodge at Potato Creek will be about a 25 minute drive southwest of the city of South Bend + join the growing list of Indiana State Parks Inns.
Brown County isn’t the only destination to view beautiful fall foliage. Check out these nature preserves around central Indiana that provide fall colors.
You’ve probably noticed these wheel-y fast bikes cruising around the city by now, so we’re breaking down everything you need to know and where to hop on an e-bike for yourself.
The expansion of a 16-court complex creates a total of 23 pickleball courts throughout the city.
Help keep Indy’s landscapes and wildlife healthy and beautiful with these pro tips.
Fellow stargazers, here are a few spots around Indy to escape the light pollution of the city and look to the sky.
Carmel Swim Academy is a brand new facility that aims to make swimming fun + accessible to everyone in the community.
UV Safety Awareness Month is held during summer in July when most of us spend more time outside — so here’s your reminder to protect yourself from the sun.
July is nationally recognized as Parks and Rec Month + we’re sharing with you all the ways you can help support The Parks Alliance of Indianapolis.
Indy is known for its affordability — so on any given day, you can find some free things to do around the city.
It’s Pollinator Week — so we’re sharing some events to get out and learn more about the crucial members of our environment.
Kayaking, canoeing + paddle boarding are great ways to explore the Indy area — so we’ve rounded up everything you need to know to get on the water safely.
Whether you’re looking to get some fresh air or cut down on your carbon footprint, we’ve rounded up a list of some of the best spots around Indy to take the bicycle for a spin.
The City of Fishers announced plans for the 105,000-sqft community center and two old buildings are being re-purposed in Indy.
To make the hot days a little more bearable, we’ve compiled a list of water spots to beat the heat.
The founders of Frank’s Livery are leading the way with Indy’s first river-based recreational watercraft rental at Riverside Regional Park, where a renewal of nearly 900-acres of parkland is underway.
This will be the first basketball pavilion of its kind within Indy Parks.
We’re highlighting 12 parks that Indianapolis, IN has to offer — complete with Eagle Creek, Holliday Park, and Garfield Park.
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