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Undeveloped Burr Oak Bend

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CILTI Land Transfer to Hamilton County Parks & Recreation

Features

  1. Fishing
  2. Nature Views
  3. Parking

Burr Oak Bend, is comprised of land parcels that are adjacent to and near an existing canoe landing (Riverwood Canoe Landing) the park department currently owns and maintains. HCPR’s goal to provide passive recreation to Hamilton County residents, central to its mission, will be achieved by the installation of strategically placed, multi-use trails on the newly acquired land, serviced by a minimum of access points that accommodate a limited number of users’ vehicles. 

Currently this park is undeveloped and the master plan is in process of being created. If you have questions, please call our Administrative Office at 317-770-4400. 

Find more information about the transfer of Burr Oak Bend in the Hamilton County Parks & Recreation media release. 

Park History

Burr Oak Bend was acquired by Central Indiana Land Trust (CILTI) in 2002 with additions in 2004 and 2005 with the hope of preserving the 129 acres along the White River. In 2022 Central Indiana Land Trust transferred the property to Hamilton County Parks and Recreation