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MacGregor Park is a 99 acre passive nature park open from dawn to dusk that consists of rolling hillsides, natural woodlands, meandering creeks, and native prairies. The park was established in 1999 with a 42 acre donation of land by the family of Sheila Beals MacGregor to Washington Township. MacGregor Park for 2.5 miles of trails winding through woodlands, wetlands, native tree prairies and more. Bridges and observation platforms are constructed over the creek that meanders through the park. MacGregor Park offers 2 picnic shelters that share a common pavilion and grills. Public indoor restroom facilities are available.
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37 E. Main Street
Carmel, IN 46032