• Overview

    Located in the heart of the city’s Arts & Design District, Meadowlark Park offers an escape into nature and outdoor recreation just steps from the hustle and bustle of shops and restaurants. This 19-acre park was originally developed in 1995 and was fully reimagined in 2022. The neighborhood park has towering “tree-tastic” playground features, pickleball courts, a wheelchair-accessible fishing pier, an accessible boardwalk winding through restored wetlands, year-round restrooms, a full basketball court, and more. The pond at Meadowlark Park is the best fishing spot here in Carmel. It’s part of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Urban Fishing Program, which means it’s carefully stocked with fish like rainbow trout and catfish each year.

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  • Amenities

    Accessible Amenities
    • Number of Courts: 4
    • Outdoor:
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    • Automated/Easy-access door openers:
    • Wide aisles/uncluttered walkways:
    • Easy to identify mobility notices on website:
    • Mobility online ticket access/registration process:
    • Clear mobility description:What to expect on visit:
    • Well-lit hallways, walkways, stairs, stairwells:
    Language Barriers
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    • Student or senior pricing:
    • Memberships offered at a sliding scale:
    • Accessible hours to consider all working schedules:
    Sensory Friendly
    • Warnings for light flashes:

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