Holliday Park

Popular park with trails, nature center, playground and The Ruins

Holliday Park: A Natural Escape

Holliday Park is one of Indy’s oldest parks, spanning 94 acres of green space, hiking trails, playgrounds, a historic rock garden, and The Ruins, a unique attraction made from remnants of a 19th century New York City building. A free nature center is open daily. The wooded ravines are home to natural springs, a pond, easy engagement opportunities to the White River, and trees, shrubs and wildflowers.

Park Location

6363 Spring Mill Road, Indianapolis, IN

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Full Park Details

All IndyParks properties are open sunrise to sunset every day. Hours of individual facilities or ticketed venues or activities may vary.

Nature Center hours:
Monday – Saturday, 9 am – 5 pm
Sunday, 1 – 5 pm

Park Activities

Accessibility

This park has accessibility features.

Family Friendly

Family Friendly

Nature Trails

Nature Trails

Trails designed for walking in natural spaces.

Nature or Cultural Center

An indoor facility featuring natural, historic, or cultural items or activities.

Progress Updates

  • 2023

    In 2023, the Lilly Endowment awarded $80m for improvements across the Indy Parks system, including several major grants for White River-adjacent parks. Holliday Park is receiving $4.5m for playground and signage improvements, walkway upgrades, and gazebo maintenance. Major Taylor Skate Park, part of Riverside Regional Park, is receiving funds to expand and add lighting. Riverside Park itself is receiving $11.55 in new funding (on top of $6.5m previously committed by the City) to build a new playground at the Taggart Memorial, upgrades to the soap box derby track, and new sidewalks and nature trails in the new adventure park portion of the park. Southwestway Park received $1.25m for a new comfort station, expanded parking area, and playground.

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