Specialties Eagle Creek Park, the 6th largest municipal park in the Nation, encompasses two State Nature Preserves. It includes more than 3,900 acres of wooded terrain and open meadows and over 1,300 acres of water. Features include: GoApe Treetop Adventure Nature Center Ornithology Center Peace Learning Center Bike and Hiking Trails Dog (Bark) Park Canoe, Kayak, and Bicycle Rentals Swimming Beach History Established in 1960 Eagle Creek Park is the largest park in Indianapolis, and one of the largest municipal parks in the United States. It is located at 7840 W. 56th Street in Indianapolis, Indiana and covers approximately 1,400 acres (5.7 km2) of a reservoir and 3,900 acres (16 km2) of land. There are about 10 miles (16 km) of paths within it. Eagle Creek Park serves primarily as a nature reserve. Before coming into the possession of Indianapolis, the land was owned by Purdue University, and by Josiah K. Lilly Jr. before that. The Eagle Creek Park Foundation serves to promote volunteerism and provide funding for the Park and its programs. The NCAA Rowing Championships were held in the Park in 2003 and the World Rowing Championships were held there in 1994. The 1987 Pan American Games used the park for regatta and archery. (Wikipedia) Meet the Business Owner:
Indy’s Citizens I. This location is publically owned by the Citizens of Indianapolis / Marion County. Indy Parks and Recreation is proud to steward the operation of the park.