Also known as Indy Island Aquatic Center, Raymond Park features a huge indoor water park where Indianapolis children and residents love to splash around. The park has been around since the early 1990s, when Warren Township Metropolitan School District was in need of more land to develop a middle school. In 1993, the school district and Indy Parks came to an agreement that would allow the building of Raymond Park Middle School and the Indy Aquatic Center on the same grounds. The park is conveniently located on the south side of Indianapolis, just off of I-465.
Raymond Park is a great Indianapolis attraction for those who love to swim, slide, splash and stay soaked all day. Water fun isn’t the only reason Indy residents visit Raymond Park. The extensive wetlands, prarie lands and hiking trails attract nature lovers galore. The outdoors at Raymond Park is perfect for nature study and scientific observation, which enhances Indianapolis education. The park also offers a unique home for Indianapolis sports, including baseball fields and basketball courts.
Not only can Circle City residents take aquatics classes at the Indy Island Aquatic Center, but Raymond Park offers fitness classes, preschool classes, dance classes, and tumbling classes. The park even has its own swim team. Adults may take courses in Yoga, Pilates, Aerobics, Muscle Toning, Water Aerobics or Strength Training. Raymond Park promotes Hoosier fitness and healthy habbits in order to promote Indianapolis health.
Raymond Park is the perfect place to host an events in Indianapolis, because the entire facility is available to rent out. Indy Island Aquatic Center can accomodate up to 250 people, and is great for birthday parties, office outings or family fun. To plan your trip to Raymond Park or the Indy Island Aquatics Center, visit Indy Parks online.
8575 E Raymond St
Indianapolis, IN 46239
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