Indian Village Park

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Indian Village Park

Indiana

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Things To Do

Auto/Motorcycle
Bicycling
Wildlife Watching
Bird Watching
Historic Sites
Camping
Fishing
Hiking
Picnicking
Water Sports

Overview

Indian Village Park is just one stop on the 20-mile Rivergreenway trail. Enjoy a brisk bike ride, walk or jog on the Rivergreenway and stop by the park. Then when you are ready, continue your journey by accessing the bridge to cross into adjoining Foster Park. One viewer reports that this park has a nice bike/ walk trail as well as a playground, volleyball court and softball diamond.

Also interesting to note is the existence of a Tourist Camp. During the 1920's a City Tourist Camp was established along Bluffton Road in the park. The Tourist Camp is what we now know as a campground. The Tourist Camp started out as free to automobile owners then was raised to $.25 and then $.50/per day per automobile. There were some amenities available to those staying at the camp including a Community House, water, cooking facilities, wood enough to cook meals (but no wood allowed for any bonfires), toilet facilities and a place to hose and wash your automobile!

Natural Open Space Picnicking Playground Rivergreenway Sears Pavillion

Map of Indian Village Park

Latitude, Longitude: 41.050974, -85.159600

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