Mud Day is back! What do you get when you combine over 20 tons of topsoil and 50,000 gallons of water? Why, a muddy playground, of course!

Join in on the muddy fun on Saturday, July 14 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Cyntheanne Park, free for families of all ages!

What is Mud Day?

Mud Day is a day of play. in the mud! Kids will roll in mud, dig in mud, “swim” in mud, bury one another and basically get the most dirty anyone could ever get.

What else is there to do at Mud Day?

People watching is probably the best. I mean, mud + people, that’s a pretty fun sight. There will be a DJ playing the hotest summer music, Kona Ice and other food trucks will have food available for purchase and in addition to the opportunity to be crowned the King of Queen of Mud, kids will get to participate in activities…in the mud.

Are there showers at Mud Day?

There’s a kiddy carwash sprinkler walk through type of set up, but it’s not a super powered pressure hose, it’s mostly meant to get the “chunks” off before you head home. You will go home very dirty. Very.very.very.D-I-R-T-Y. But that’s the point!

Saturday, July 14
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Cyntheanne Park
12383 Cyntheanne Rd, Fishers

Who should attend Mud Day?

Mud Day is meant for all ages to enjoy. Even the most timid child who insists they don’t want to get in, usually ends up in the mud, enjoying it. You know your child best. Children MUST be supervised by a parent or guardian.

What should I bring or wear to Mud Day?

Wear old clothes and shoes. But be warned that shoes have been known to be swallowed up in the mud. It happens. See our mud day packing list for more ideas of what to bring. Old towels are a must and probably an old blanket to cover your seats for the car ride home…it’s dirty.

NEW FOR 2018: Adults Only Happy Hour in the Mud

From 4pm – 7pm, adults 21+ can Ages 21+ will have a mud party of their own! Play fun games that only get more fun when you ad mud: mud volleyball, tug-of-war, and twister. Alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase during the adult happy hour!