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Hamilton County boasts a truly great outdoors. Lovers of water sports, biking, and golf will find the perfect getaways waiting for them. You could spend an afternoon canoeing down the gentle White River or biking one of our popular trails, like the Monon Trail. You could spend your day perfecting your putt at one of our fun miniature golf courses or playing 18 holes at a championship Hamilton County golf course.
If your idea of nature is getting lost in it, Strawtown Koteewi Park with its wandering trails or kayaking one of the area lakes are perfect destinations.
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Float the White River in a canoe, kayak, or river tube on any one of nine trips that span 28 miles of the river as it meanders through Hamilton County. Trips range in length from 1.5 miles/1 hour to
Rent a bicycle and enjoy a ride on the Monon. Rentals range from three-speed cruisers to geared hybrids. Additionally, limited quantities of trail-a-bikes which turn any bike into a tandem so a child
Bring your furry friend to the dog park located in Carmel! The park is completely free and open to the public everyday from dawn to dusk. This 423 square foot park can be found behind the Kona Grill
Saxony Lake & Beach in Fishers, Indiana offers a unique experience not typically found in a residential community. This 20-acre lake located at the heart of Saxony is fully stocked with fish, provides
In the heart of Westfield, Asa Bales is a 13 acre park that can be accessed from Hoover Street with parking available at 200 Camilla Court. Along with the Thompson Canal that flows through Asa Bales,
FootGolf has arrived at Balmoral Golf Club! FootGolf the fastest growing sport in the U.S. and combines the skills of kicking a soccer ball and the strategy of navigating a golf course into a 21 inch
Open dawn to dusk everyday, Billericay is destination facility that offers so much for so many. Enjoy the crack of the bat on the youth baseball fields, day or night. Little ones eagerly anticipate a
From the wilderness and now into public view, the cabin was once the home of one of the first abolitionists, George Boxley. Today, the Sheridan Historical Society is sharing the legacy of this story.
Experience a way to see the sights of Carmel through a new bike share program. Standard cruiser bikes and three wheel trikes are available to rent. The cost is $3 per hour. To rent a bike from
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