In 2003, the town of Zionsville set out to create the community’s “flagship park” on a recently purchased plot of 38 acres. Through advice from members of the local community, survey results, and other town input, the government decided on the current design of Mulberry Fields.
A number of amenities make the park an extremely fun day trip from Indianapolis. A large skate park is the primary focus for area teenagers, while the older crowd can hit the biking and walking trails for a quick dose of exercise.
A splash park, similar to the Forest Park Aquatic Center, can provide an cool respite from the thick, hazy days of summer, while others can wander through the meandering man-made stream on the grounds.
The Mapelawn Farmstead, a property on the park, is the site for two summer camps. Both camps focus on Depression era America; children get to make crafts, tend a garden, cook simple meals, and do reflective writing.
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9645 Whitestown Rd