Best Hiking Trails in Indianapolis

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Indianapolis, Indiana. All of our hiking trails face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


7840 West 56th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46254 Directions

Since 1962

Fitness Trail, Bird Sanctuary, Reservoir, Nature Center, Zip Lining, Outdoors, Running, Cross-Country Skiing, Swimming Beach, Kayaking, Bird Watching, Paddle Boats, Well Marked Trails, Beautiful Scenery, Bald Eagles, Walking, Playgrounds, Picnic, Marion County & Zipline Course

Eagle Creek Park is the nation's sixth-largest urban park, containing two-state preserves of nature. It contains more than 3,900 acres of wooded land and open meadows, and more than 1,300 acres of water. The park provides services for trail maintenance, environmental education, and improved services, and the Foundation wants its members to volunteer. You can enjoy some food at one of the 24 first-come, first-served picnic areas. It offers a beautiful landscape and natural environment to take some beautiful pictures. The park provides an annual pass of $85 and includes a membership of $35 tax-deductible and special benefits.

Discount: 15% off Go Ape Treetop Adventure, valid for member and up to 4 friends with unique Foundation reservation code View Deal

Price: Admission Fees:
Motor Vehicle (residents) - $5
Motor Vehicle (out-of-county) - $6
Pedestrian/Bicycle - $1.50
Bus Entry - $15

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Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 8:30 pm

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6000 North Post Road, Indianapolis, IN 46216 Directions

Since 1996

Fishing, Sledding Hill and Cross-Country Skiing, Picnicking, Multi-Use Trail, Annual Pass, Playground, Fishing Access, Mountain Biking, Nature and Park, Visitor's Center, Fall Creek, Pony Rides, Horseback Riding, Indy Area, Great Outdoors, Woods, Walking and Jogging Trails, Tree Roots, Nice Place for a Picnic & Paved

Fort Harrison State Park is one of Indianapolis's most abundant and beautiful parks. Patrons can enjoy a year-round visit to the park, especially in winter, as Fort Harrison features one of the area's largest sledding hills. You can enjoy the spring season where wildflowers walk with the woods in full bloom across the forest. The main water feature which runs through Fort Harrison's north side. The 1,700-acre park includes walking and nature trails, picnic sites. Visitors can enjoy the golf course and stay at the Fort Harrison inn and conference center for an overnight trip. Stay/Play packages are available.

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Mon - Sun 7:00 am - 8:00 pm

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6363 Spring Mill Road, Indianapolis, IN 46260 Directions

Since 1916

Bird Watching, Walking, Nature Center, Homeschool, Field Trip, Water Feature, Flower Garden, Fountain, Mini Hike, Picnic, Dog Walkers, Playground Equipment, Day Camps, Family and Scout Programs, Mature and Climbing Trees, Environmental Education Field Trips, Events & White River

'Holliday Park' is one of the oldest parks in Indianapolis. Visitors can visit the nature center, play on one of the best, difficult-to-leave play areas in the city, walk more than 3.5 miles of beautiful trails, or take a walk around the famous Holliday Park Ruins. The park offers nature lovers a getaway without having to leave the area. The wooded ravines have natural springs and wetlands, a pond, a long stretch of the White River, a beech-maple forest, and more than 400 species of trees. The park provides a wide range of programs to help tourists enjoy everything in the park.


Mon - Sat 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sun 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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