Ninety-one acres of woodlands make up Cool Creek Park in Westfield, Indiana. It’s one of the newer parks in the Hoosier State, opened in 1990 by Hamilton County Parks and Recreation. More than 80 percent of this Indiana park is wooded, covered mostly by Beech-Maple trees and 4 other known tree species. Cool Creek is the park’s namesake, and it runs from the White River through a small portion of south central Hamilton County. the creek dries up in late summer, but a few scenic foot bridges allow visitors to hike across it when waters are flowing. A day trip from Indianapolis to this nature getaway spot could include hiking, bird-watching, music concerts or even educational nature seminars.
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