Fishers AgriPark features public fields and gardens, managed by Fishers Parks, and free admission. In the gardens, residents can pick seasonal produce and cut flowers to take home at no charge. Along with providing u-pick opportunities for residents, a portion of the produce grown will be donated to local food shelters. An animal area will offer opportunities to encounter traditional livestock, such as cows, chickens, and goats.
Open fields and a farm-themed play structure, constructed in partnership with Reynolds Farm Equipment, will provide discovery and play spaces for Fishers’ youngest residents. A programming barn will serve as an educational space for both public and school-based programs with HSE Schools. The park will also offer seasonal experiences, such as a corn maze and pumpkin patch in the fall.
- Produce gardens – includes a 3,000-square-foot high tunnel growing structure and approximately 3 acres of outdoor gardens
- Animal encounter – home to, currently, two cross-bred beef steer, Mudsock and Calf-a-Chino; a horse, Spirit; and three sheep, Darla, Marla, and Carla
- Nature play space – an area where open, creative play is encouraged and includes a mud kitchen, tire and sand play structure, wood and natural materials building area and more
- Nature Trail – promotes and supports mental wellness and features kindness rocks painted by members of the community
- Pumpkin patch and gourds – a 2-acre area that will offer you-pick opportunities and programming in the fall season
- Wildflower and sunflower fields – will offer future you-pick opportunities and focused programs for the public
- Tree nursery – spans 5 acres and is home to more than 200 trees that were planted in just one day (Arbor Day 2020) by Fishers Parks staff
- Cornfield - 10 acres of field corn planted earlier this year that will be home to a small corn maze in the fall