Friday, June 10, 2011

Sodalis Nature Park

Two weeks ago, we met my sister's family (which includes my two other favorite arrows) and let them run wild exploring Sodalis Nature Park in suburban Indianapolis (Hendricks County, specifically). I described our visit and the park's features at the Indiana Insider last week. It's a great spot for hiking with kids, as the trails are flat and easy.

 I actually love that there are no playgrounds or basketball courts. Just kids freely roaming and enjoying Mother Nature's bounty.

Next time, we'll pack a picnic and share a meal in the shady picnic area. And dress the kids to splash in the creek. They'll love that!

Although I think they had a pretty good time, don't you?

If You Visit:
Sodalis Nature Park
7700 S. Co. Road 975 E., Plainfield, Indiana
Open dawn to dusk daily.
Free admission.
Insider Tip: The trails can get muddy if it has rained a lot, so dress accordingly or plan a visit during a dry period. There are port-o-potties near the parking lot.

This post is a part of Photo Friday at Delicious Baby.

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