Indianapolis Parks and Greenways - The History
In 1864, the first park in Indianapolis opened after Governor Oliver P. Morton donated the land now known as Military Park for use as a recreational area. Today, Indianapolis is home to some of the nation’s finest parks and greenways. More ...
Posted by Paula Henry on April 17, 2011 in Parks and Recreation
Eagle Creek Trail Offers Open Space for Outdoor Fun
If you live near Eagle Creek, you already know the beauty of walking the trails throughout the park. Now, westsiders of Marion County have plenty to anticipate with the continued construction of the Eagle Creek Trail. Upon completion, this network ...
Posted by Paula Henry on February 22, 2011 in Parks and Recreation
Central Canal Towpath and Greenway ~ The History and Neighborhoods
Historic towpath turned urban oasis.....
The trails, paths and greenways throughout Indianapolis provide homeowners wonderful park features, close to home. If you're thinking about buying a homes or condo in Indianapolis, you might want to consider ...
Posted by Paula Henry on February 14, 2011 in Community News
Indianapolis Greenways to Expand
The state of Indiana has purchased more than 150 miles of abandoned rail line to further the extension of greenways and trails throughout the state. My childhood home was just south of the neighborhood of Broad Ripple. I remember well the abandoned ...
Posted by Paula Henry on December 4, 2007 in Parks and Recreation