Kids see the world through such a different lens, with exploration and touch driving their development in so many ways. Parks and playgrounds get kids outdoors and time outside is important as they learn and grow at all stages of childhood. I know I can get stuck in a routine of going to the same couple of parks that my kids like and I’m used to, but I am branching out now more than ever, to explore all of the wonderful parks nearby, Below is the ultimate guide, and everything you need to know, for Noblesville parks.
Dr. James A. Dillon Park
6001 Edenshall Lane, Noblesville 46060
James A Dillon Park has something for everyone and is one of my family’s favorite places to play. In addition to a good playground for all ages, they have a skate park, splash pad, and even a disc golf course. There is a picnic shelter available if you would like to bring a lunch or snack, which is conveniently located in the park. If you have older kids, this park offers a particularly good variety, with the skate park and disc golf. They also have an expression swing at the playground, which is so fun for babies and parents.
Hague Road Nature Haven
SR 38 and Hague Road, Noblesville 46060
Hague Road Nature Haven is a scenic and beautiful park, where you can immerse yourself in nature and explore all that it has to offer with your children. You will find 43 acres of scenic park, complete with trails, creek stomping, as well as a swimming area in the creek. There is plenty of great hiking, that will make you feel like you’re in the middle of nowhere.
Finch Creek Park
16233 Boden Road, Noblesville 46060
Finch Creek Park is our favorite park in Noblesville. It is brand new and offers innovative and unique park equipment. There are multiple different types of handicap swings, spinning features, several expression swings, and a high ropes course style playground structure for big kids and little kids to use with adult help. They also have a musical exploration area, a toddler playground, and a splash pad that is open seasonally. I also love all of the adult seating available including nice swinging benches. The restrooms are also very conveniently located, as is the picnic shelter.
This is a great place to play!
19401 N Allisonville Road, Noblesville 46060
Potter’s Bridge park is particularly beautiful, and we love to visit it especially in the fall. You will find a historic red covered bridge right by the parking lot, as well as some picnic tables where you can enjoy your lunch. There is a scenic trail system that connects with the White River trail system to enjoy hiking and biking. The playground is great, and provides a lot of shade from the wooded areas around it which is nice in the heat of summer. You can also find canoeing, kayaking, and fishing as well as plenty of wildlife to enjoy.
200 S. Tenth Street, Noblesville 46060
Seminary Park is on the smaller side, nestled in the heart of Noblesville between 10th and 11th St. You will find a small playground, a nice open green space to play, and a gazebo to enjoy. The city also hosts fun community events here throughout the year.
396 Washington Street, Noblesville 46060
Southside Park is a great place to play! It features a basketball court, playground, softball fields, and a picnic shelter. The picnic shelter has been recently renovated and is very nice. The playground is great for big kids and little kids alike.
19777 Morse Park Lane, Noblesville 46062
Morse Park is the perfect destination this summer for a day of family fun. It features not only a playground, but fishing, disc golf, a boat dock, a beach, and so much more. With over 23 acres in just the park alone, and an 18 hole disc golf course, you will surely not run out of things to do as a family. The beach also has a bathhouse available for easy cleanup when you’re done playing. Don’t forget to check out the volleyball court, and the baseball diamonds!
Federal Hill Commons
175 Logan Street, Noblesville 46060
Federal Hill Commons is Noblesville‘s urban park. You will find a nice pavilion where the city hosts concerts and other fun events for the family, as well as a playground, a market plaza, and a Rotary shelter. They also have a pop-up ice-skating rink seasonally located in this area which is a fun family activity around the holiday season.
1077 Cicero Road, Noblesville 46060
Forest Park is a huge facility with so many things to do year-round. From sledding, paved trails, mini golf, a carousel, and an aquatic center, it really is such a unique space. They have the typical park amenities that are great including a picnic shelter, and a nice playground for all ages. They also offer some more unique features such as mini golf, a skate park, tennis, and volleyball courts. You could easily spend the entire day enjoying this park.
As you can see, Noblesville offers a variety of awesome parks that offer something unique and different at each one. You won’t get bored exploring these great parks! From skate parks, to beaches, to innovative playgrounds, your family will love having fun and making memories here in Noblesville.