Eagle Creek Park consists of 3,900 acres of woods, meadows and ponds, and 1,300 acres of reservoir — a great resource for both wildlife and recreation.
Eagle Creek Park is one of the nation’s top 10 largest municipal parks, but Indianapolis’ only park that is mandated to be self-sufficient.
Over one million people visit Eagle Creek Park every year.
The city of Indianapolis provides only $24 per resident for parks and recreation. Yet, the median amount spent per resident in 100 of our country’s most populous cities is $89!
—The Trust For Public Land (see pages 16–19)
The Images of Nature Photography Exhibit and Competition is returning to Eagle Creek Park.
This year’s display will take place September 24-Oct 2nd at the Earth Discovery Center. The Foundation is calling all
amateur and professional photographers to submit their work to be displayed during the exhibit.
In celebration of summer’s arrival, the Eagle Creek Park Foundation will
kick off the season with its inaugural Eagle Creek Park Foundation Garden Tour. The Garden
Tour will span across the west side of Indianapolis and showcase beautiful works of art from
some of the area’s finest garden experts.
The Eagle Creek Park Foundation is collecting entries Aug. 29-30 for its 9th annual “Images of Nature” photography exhibit and competition at the park’s Earth Discovery Center, 5901 Delong Road.