Park Names

  1. Bray Family Homestead Park

    Bray Family Homestead Park is Hamilton County's newest park, with big plans to include trails, overlooks, feeding areas and new plantings. Although the park is still in developing, it is currently an ideal location to observe and enjoy the spring wildflowers.

  2. Cool Creek Park and Nature Center

    Cool Creek Park is one of Hamilton County's most popular parks, as it offers a wide variety of features and activities.

  3. Coxhall Gardens

    Coxhall Gardens is a unique and fascinating park that is waiting to be discovered.

  4. Geist Park

    Geist Park is a bird watchers haven as this peaceful 17-acre park is nestled along the banks of Fall Creek.

  5. Lafayette Trace Park

    Lafayette Trace Park is the place to be for water recreation enthusiasts.

  6. Morse Park & Beach

    Morse Park and Beach is the center for summer time activities in Hamilton County. This 23-acre park boasts a beach, an 18-hole disc golf course, picnic and fishing areas, and volleyball.

  7. Potter's Bridge Park

    Potter's Bridge Park features the only remaining covered bridge in Hamilton County and is surrounded by a 66-acre park.

  8. River Road Park

    River Road Park is all about variety and includes something for everyone.

  9. Riverwood Canoe Landing

    Riverwood Canoe Landing provides access to White River for the recreational user.

  10. Rookery Preserve

    Find information regarding Rookery Preserve in Hamilton County.

  11. Strawtown Koteewi Park

    Strawtown Koteewi "Prairie" Park offers all ages a chance to learn more about the historical and archaeological significance of Strawtown Koteewi Park by visiting the new Taylor Center of Natural History.