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Bray Family Homestead Park


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  1. Community Garden

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. This 92-acre park was acquired in 2007 from the Bray Family of Noblesville. For up to date information on the progress of the park call 317-770-4400.

Park History

View the Bray Family Homestead Park history page for more information.

Programs & Events

Bray Family Homestead Park will grow to include a number of Programs for Hamilton County residents, but currently only offers one. Visit our Calendar to find out more information.

Community Garden

Are you looking for a place to grow flowers or vegetables? Our community garden might be for you! Garden plots are conveniently located in Bray Family Homestead Park. To secure your plot  (reservations available on the first business day of the new year in January), please reserve online

View the Bray Family Homestead Park Community Garden Rules & Regulations
View the Bray Family Homestead Park Community Garden Map

Public Input Meeting  Nov. 2022

Addressing the critical deficiency of parkland in Hamilton County, as defined by Indiana DNR, Hamilton County Parks has acquired land for one new park and will further develop one of its existing parks. The county parks leadership is seeking direction regarding how these park properties can best be utilized.  The department has scheduled an open meeting to gather public input intended to help guide the master planning of the recently acquired HC Farms property, located at 216th Street and Hinkle Road and nearby Bray Family Homestead Park, 4528 Sheridan Avenue (State Road 38), in Noblesville.

Discussion took place concerning potential recreational activities, amenities and programs for the parks that attendees feel should be considered in planning, to best serve the community.   Traditional park offerings such as trails and shelters will be discussed, along with other innovative recreational and nature education options proposed by planners and the public. 

The public meeting was held on Wednesday, November 9, from  6 to 8 p.m. in Bray Family Homestead Park.  

Master Plans for Bray Family Homestead Park