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Parks and Recreation

Ellenberger Park in Indianapolis, Indiana.

ABOVE: Ellenberger Park, 5301 East St. Clair Street, Indianapolis, is one of the many city parks in the Indy Parks system. staff photo, © 2014. All rights reserved.

Park Web sites

Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation External site
Danville Parks and Recreation External site
Franklin Parks and Recreation External site
Greenfield Parks Department External site
Greenwood Parks and Recreation External site
Indianapolis Parks External site
Indiana State Parks & Reservoirs External site
Noblesville Parks and Recreation External site
Plainfield Parks and Recreation External site
Shelby County Parks External site
White River State Park

Indiana State Parks and Lakes

Information about the following state parks and lakes may be found on the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Web site at this URL:

Brookville Lake
Brown County State Park
Cagles Mill Lake
Cecil M. Harden Lake
Chain O'Lakes State Park
Charlestown State Park
Clifty Falls State Park
Falls of the Ohio State Park
Fort Harrison State Park
Hardy Lake
Harmonie State Park
Indiana Dunes State Park
JE Roush Lake
Lincoln State Park
McCormick's Creek State Park
Mississinewa Lake
Monroe Lake
Mounds State Park
O'Bannon Woods State Park
Ouabache State Park
Patoka Lake
Pokagon State Park
Potato Creek State Park
Prophetstown State Park
Salamonie Lake
Shades State Park
Shakamak State Park
Spring Mill State Park
Summit Lake
Tippecanoe River State Park
Trine State Recreation Area at Pokagon
Turkey Run State Park
Versailles State Park
Whitewater Memorial State Park, LLC

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