Fun in the sun and sandy beaches are at Morse Park in Noblesville, Indiana. Contrary to popular belief, Hoosiers do not have to take a road trip in order to spend an afternoon on the beach. Morse Lake wraps around the scenic Morse Park, making it unlike any other parks in Indianapolis. Residents come to Morse Park to swim, sunbathe, fish, picnic and play.
Hamilton County Parks and Recreation runs this 23-acre local hotspot. There’s plenty of fun for all ages at Morse Park, whether it’s hiking in the woods, tanning on the beach or boating on the lake. For adventurous park goers, there’s an 18-hold disc golf course. Morse Park staff has a deep appreciation for Indianapolis sports. The Hamilton County Parks and Recreation Department’s spring and fall softball leagues call the diamonds at Morse Park home field.
For a convenient day at the beach, Morse Park has a bathouse with restrooms, showers and lockers. There’s also a boating dock for those who wish to take a spin on the water. Hiking trails are among the many exciting adventures at this Indy park.
Morse Park has been a part of making Indianapolis historyfor a number of years. During the summer months, they host a comunity event called Beach Bash, whis is open to the first 200 people in line. The event features live music, games and prizes, and the best part of it all ist hat it’s completely free.
There are several indoor and covered facilities at Morse Park that people may rent for parties and events. Reservations and more information for Morse Park can be found on its Web site.
19777 Morse Park Lane
Noblesville, Indiana 46060