The 2-acre property is located at 721 Ford Road in Zionsville, adjacent to the Zionsville Rail Trail. It is a peaceful place to enjoy the outdoors. The space also offers parking for Rail Trail visitors.
This private, community based swim facility offers two pools, one for young kids and one for adults.
Carter Station is located at 4643 Pebblepointe Pass, adjacent to the Zionsville Rail Trail. This 8-acre park was donated by Robert Carter in 1999, and now serves as a passive trail that is great for hiking, dog-walking and more. Parking is available off Pebblepointe Pass in Cobblestone Lakes.
Within its 18 acres, alongside which meanders the bubbling Eagle Creek, runs a trail that recently received a $62,800 grant for its development.
Elm Street Green amenities include several shelters, benches, a decorative fountain, and almost a mile of trails. The park’s construction makes use of environmentally-friendly elements, such as permeable pavers, bio-basins, LED street lamps, and drip irrigation for stormwater quality purposes.
These ten acres just north of downtown Zionsville are given over to several athletic fields, a covered picnic area, playgrounds and a refreshment building.
Only one acre, this lovely emerald jewel resides in the heart of the village. It contains a picnic area, a fountain and a lovely gazebo frequently used for special events such as concerts and weddings. A memorial to President Abraham Lincoln bespeaks the park’s namesake.
Maintained and operated by the Zionsville Lions Club, this is an enormous and popular recreational installation, containing a shelter house and covered picnic area, a gazebo, several lighted athletic fields and the central community building for the Lions Club.
The development of this 38-acre property is still in progress, to include skate and splash parks, trails, athletic fields and a sledding hill.
Nancy Burton Memorial Park is one stop along the Zionsville Rail Trail. It is located at the intersection of Manchester Drive and W Oak Street, opposite the VCA Eagle Park Animal Hospital.
Just south of Zionsville, Starkey Park is the largest in the community. It provides many beautiful trails, picnic areas and educational programs.
Town Hall Park is located at 1100 West Oak Street, behind the Zionsville Town Hall. Park amenities include a shelter house, complete with picnic tables and trash receptacles. The park offers a nice place for get-togethers, walking the dog and more.
Turkey Foot Park is located at 4795 Turkeyfoot Avenue. This 23-acre park is great for boating, fishing, biking, walking and much more. It consists of 16 acres wooded acres, plus an additional 7 acres were donated by LEFBO in 2001. Other amenities include a footbridge over Eagle Creek, hiking trails and paved parking.
A charming little “pocket park” residing smack in the middle of downtown, this is where Santa Claus comes to share in the community Christmas celebration. The Village Corner also sports a historic marker and a nice carillon-clock.
The Zion Nature Center is located at 690 Beech Street in Zionsville. The facility is home to a variety of nature programs and exhibits. Zion Nature Camps offer kids a fun and interactive way to learn about non-renewable and renewable energy sources.
A public golf course with nine holes and challenges for all players, the Zionsville Golf Course is well-situated just north of town.
The Zion Nature Sanctuary is located west of Eagle Elementary School in Zionsville. The 10-acre sanctuary was generously donated by Zionsville Community Schools in 2001. Amenities include an outdoor classroom, wetland areas, nature trails, and wooded areas.
Running from the Nancy Burton Memorial Park to the Starkey Nature Park, the Zionsville Rail Trail also connects Mulberry Street to County Road 875 East. This major town artery is 3.5 miles long.
1075 Parkway Dr
Zionsville, IN 46077