The Eagle Creek Park Foundation invites children ages 4-14 to one of the nation’s largest municipal parks for a free-fishing day, Saturday, June 6, from 8 a.m. to noon. Kids can fish license-free and enjoy the great outdoors with a cookout, door prizes, goody bags, the Pacers Fan Van and more! Participants are encouraged to […]
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The Eagle Creek Park Foundation is hosting its 13th annual Kids Fishing Derby from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 7 at Eagle Creek Park’s Coffer Dam, located at the first right south of the 71st Street gate on the city’s northwest side.The family-friendly event is free for children ages 4-14, and takes place in conjunction with […]
Art and nature enthusiasts are invited to attend Eagle Creek Park’s 25th annual “Celebration of Nature” holiday exhibit Saturday, Dec. 1 through Sunday, Dec. 9 at the park’s Earth Discovery Center, 5901 Delong Road. “If you’re looking for a gift far from the ordinary, we offer a wide selection of art for sale, perfect for […]
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Okee Dokee Brothers – Indy Parks Family Fun Concert Series at Eagle Creek Park Marina on Saturday, July 28, 2012
Okee Dokee Brothers – Indy Parks Family Fun Concert Series at Eagle Creek Park Marina
Saturday, July 28, 2012 at 11:00am
Get ready for a toe-tapping, down-home introduction to American roots music- best enjoyed with bare feet! Joe Mailander and Justin Lansing, from Minneapolis, MN, show-off their solid bluegrass and folk chops as they playfully explore the world around them, sometimes with humor and sometimes with heart, always with wonder.
General Admission: $7 at the gate; $5 online presale
Ticket Price Includes Park Entry Fee
Lap Children Ages 2 & Under: FREE
Tickets start at $5.
Eagle Creek Park Marina
7602 Walnut Point Rd
Indianapolis, IN 46254
On May 26th the Naptown Buzz Crew had the privilege of checking out the new Go Ape Treetop Adventure Course at Eagle Creek Park.
While many may be thinking this is just another zipline course, that is not the case with Go Ape. This course is more of a five part obstacle course, IN THE TREE TOPS, made up of rope ladders and dozens of obstacle crossings, each ending with a zip line ride. You can watch the video to see for yourself what we’re talking about.
Bottom line, this can be a little difficult, especially if you’re a little out of shape, but it is very rewarding and a lot of fun.
The cost is currently $55 per person (18+) and $35 for children (10-17) and should take you 2-3 hours depending how fast your group can make it around the obstacles.
Note: there is a $5 parking fee to enter the park.