The Fishers Parks team works hard to provide fun for Fishers residents throughout the year, even if it's cold and snowy! From craft giveaways to snowman-building contests and more, we're always planning for the next fun activity for you and your family.
Our Martin Luther King Jr. Day festivities have ended, but as we continue to honor Dr. King, we encourage you to listen to our memorial playlist, learn about serving the community through volunteer work, and more.
Snowy days call for sledding at one of Fishers Parks' awesome sledding hills! Both Heritage Park and Flat Fork Creek Park are family favorites, with close parking and options for all ages and experience levels.
Heritage Park at White River offers a great family-friendly hill that's perfect for little ones. If you’re feeling adventurous, Flat Fork Creek Park boasts the tallest hill in Hamilton County and offers additional options for older children and adults.
Each month, Fishers Parks and Hamilton East Public Library install a new reading hike at one of its 24 parks properties! Follow the book, page by page, on an outdoor hike!
60 Winter Boredom Busters
Fishers Ambassador Megan Gamble has shared 60 Winter Boredom Busters! From messy play to experiments and family fun to cooking, these activities will keep kids and families entertained.
Ritchey Woods Winter Trail Guide
Amy Risinger, Fishers Parks' Lead Environmental Education Program Instructor, takes us on a walk through winter-time Ritchey Woods in this blog. Get a sneak peek of the plants and animals you can find on the trails!
Winter Running Trails & Tips
From parks to trails to neighborhoods all over Fishers, the Fishers Running Club shares their best tips on winter running and favorite spots!