Hoosiers can still go outside and enjoy fresh air at our local parks and trails under Governor Holcomb’s stay-at-home order. However, the CDC and Indiana State Department of Health recommends citizens practice physical distancing by maintaining six feet of personal space and avoiding large congregations of people.
Use your best judgment; if a park or trail looks too busy to properly maintain physical distancing from others, go to a different park or trail.
Below are some ideas on other areas of Hamilton County to explore.
Luckily, here in Hamilton County we have more than 600 miles of trails. Think the only trail to enjoy is the Monon Trail? Think again. For example, there’s the Hagan-Burke Trail in Carmel, Conner Trail in Fishers, White River Greenway in Noblesville and Midland Trace Trail in Westfield, just to name a few.
Whether you’re looking for a quick loop ideal for families or beginners or advanced route, you can find it here in Hamilton County.
Click the maps below to find the nearest trails to you.
In addition to 600+ miles of trails, Hamilton County is fortunate to have dozens of well-maintained parks to enjoy year-round. At this time, playgrounds and public facilities are closed, but citizens can still walk around the parks while practicing physical distancing.
Here are a few parks to discover that you may not have checked out.