There is no shortage of youth sports in our community. From baseball to rugby, from basketball to lacrosse, families in Fishers have a number of opportunities for sports and recreation through the Mudsock Youth Athletics program.
With 24 park properties and 591 acres of public recreational area, Fishers Parks and Recreation offers endless opportunities for residents of all ages and abilities to unplug and explore.
Prioritizing connectivity, Fishers offers over 131 miles of nature and multi-use trails, including the future Nickel Plate Trail, an interactive trail stretching 4.5 miles through the heart of Fishers.
A 33-acre urban farm, the Fishers AgriPark pays homage to Fishers’ agricultural roots, while inspiring future generations of farmers, scientists, agronomists, robotics engineers, chefs, and more.
The AgriPark features public fields and gardens, managed by Fishers Parks. In the gardens, residents will have access to seasonal produce and cut flowers to take home at no charge. Along with providing you-pick opportunities for residents, an animal area gives guests the change to encounter traditional livestock and farm animals, including cows, chickens, goats, sheep, and more. Open fields and a farm-themed play area, constructed in partnership with Reynolds Farm Equipment, provides discovery and play spaces for our youngest residents. A programming barn will serve as an educational space for both public and school-based programs with Hamilton Southeastern Schools. The park will also offer seasonal experiences, such as a corn maze and pumpkin patch in the fall.
With a focus on education and giving back, visitors of all ages have a chance to be immersed in a working farm, while learning about current farming practices and the innovations needed to feed our world.
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