Author: Jacob

Free Indianapolis Area Splash Pads and Spray Parks

Indianapolis has the best splash pads and spray parks! We also probably more splash pads than any city I’ve ever visited. A splash park is typically a concrete pad with motion activated sensors that release streams of water, fountains and mists for kids to “walk” through. Sometimes they are referred to as sprinkler parks. Throughout the day you’ll hear squeals of delight and surprise as the patterns shift and soak unsuspecting children (and adults). Indianapolis area sprinkler parks are unmonitored and without a lifeguard at all times so please be sure to watch over your own kids. Indianapolis Splash Pads and Sprinkler Parks Andrew Ramsey Park 310 W. 42nd Street, Indianapolis A concrete slab with fun water features. Full sun, close to the bathrooms and near a shaded pavilion. Arsenal Park 400 E. 46th Street, Indianapolis Centennial & Groff Park 2300 Centennial, Indianapolis Bowman Park 3600 Auburn Road, Indianapolis Bertha Ross Park 3700 N. Clifton Ave, Indianapolis Carson Park 5400 South High School Road, Indianapolis Christian Park 4200 English Avenue, Indianapolis Clayton & LaSalle Park 401 S. LaSalle Street, Indianapolis Dan Wakefield Park 6051 N. Broadway St, Indianapolis Grassy Creek Park 10510 E. 30th Street, Indianapolis Haughville Park 500 N. Belleview Place, Indianapolis Jack Greene Park 1700 Franklin Road, Indianapolis Municipal Gardens Park 1831 Lafayette Road, Indianapolis Riverwood Park 7201 Crittenden Avenue, Indianapolis Stout Field Park 3820 W Bradbury Ave, Indianapolis Learn more about...

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Some of the stuff in the IndyWithKids studio- all amazon affiliate links! 😀 Studio lights: USB Webcam: USB extension cables: Wired Lavalier Mic: Standalone Mic: Mic Cable Adapter: USB Hub: Canon G7x: Tascam DR-40: Green...

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Where are the updates? Where is Katy??

Hello IWK fans- I am Katy’s husband, Jay. Wanted to get all of you updated really quickly, and let you know the site will return to regular updates soon! During her pregnancy with Scout, Katy had some Gallbladder issues. Because she was pregnant, when they removed the gallstones, they did not proceed further to remove the gallbladder.  There have not been any major issues since Scoutie-girl was born, until Tuesday night. Katy came home after a meeting where she had a delicious Qdoba quesadilla- and it fought back. Around midnight, we made the decision to stop waiting for the on-call doctor to...

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