Eskenazi Water Park

While the Arthur M. Glick JCC does have an indoor pool, the Eskenazi Water Park, the JCC’s outdoor waterpark, stands out as one of the best waterparks in the entire region. It features a 300-foot lazy river, two waterslides and an outdoor competition pool. Families with younger children should consider

Carson Park

Carson Park is yet another Indy Parks location with a small spray park. Located on South High School Road in Indianapolis, Carson Park is probably known best for its nine different softball and baseball diamonds, but that does not mean the kids will not have a great time at this

Billericay Park

A favorite among Fishers locals, Billericay Park is popular for its trails, playgrounds, baseball and softball diamonds and large athletic fields. The park also has a small splash park with a few water features. Billericay Park is tucked along I-69, and it is easily accessible off East 126th Street. Billericay

Brookside Family Aquatic Center at Brookside Park

The adult pool at Brookside Park features a small slide, and the shallow kiddie pool has a few fun water features. The waterpark makes up just small portion of the large, 108-acre Brookside Park, which just a hop and a skip from Downtown Indianapolis. Admission to this great waterpark is

Meridian Park Aquatic Center

While Blue River Memorial Park certainly has a nice splash park, Shelbyville’s Meridian Park Aquatic Center is the town’s best waterpark. Featuring a winding waterslide and an onsite and professional lifeguard staff, this waterpark is even open occasionally to dogs. This waterpark is easy to spot right off Meridian Street

Wes Montgomery Park

Tucked in a neighborhood a few blocks from the 38th Street and North Emerson Avenue intersection, West Montgomery Park is a medium-sized Indy Parks greenspace with a small spray park. Elsewhere in this 37-acre park, there are baseball diamonds, several basketball courts, a public pool, swing sets and a shelter

The Monon Community Center Waterpark

Carmel-Clay Parks and Recreation has a humungous waterpark located at the Monon Community Center in Carmel. The waterpark has a few water slides, a climbing wall that extends from the pool, a long lazy river and a kiddie pool reserved for patrons under 48 inches in height. Visitors yearning for

Bethel Park

Bethel Park Family Center is a new community center that opened in 2005, and it is undoubtedly a first-class facility. Located within bustling Bethel Park on the near-southeast side of the city, the community center has a small outdoor pool that has some water features and a kid-friendly slide. While

Mulberry Fields

Zionsville does not have a waterpark in the traditional sense, but it does a free splash park that opens annually on the Friday following Memorial Day. It will remain open every day this summer until the Tuesday after Labor Day. Relatively new to the area, this spray park opened after

Ellenberger Park

The Irvington Neighborhood has one of the oldest parks in the entire Central Indiana area. Ellenberger Park was founded way back in 1909, and it has been a local favorite ever since. The park’s pool has been a great place to cool off during hot Indiana summers since 1930. Ellenberger