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HC Farms

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Features

  1. Undeveloped

HC Farms is 107 acres and plans for the park include wetland rehabilitation and wetland mitigation efforts and approximately three miles of trails throughout the park. H.C. Farms has seven streams that are formed on the property itself, and they release into Hinkle Creek that leads to Morse Reservoir. These seven creeks offer unique topography to Hamilton County with elevation changes of upward to 20 feet. 

This park is undeveloped and the master plan is in the process of being created. If you have questions or for public access to the park property, please call our Administrative Office at 317-770-4400.

Park History
HC Farms was officially purchased by Hamilton County Parks and Recreation in 2021.

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 HC Farms

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