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Upcoming Events

Wed 27

Meet a Raptor

July 27 at 4:00 pm5:00 pm
Wed 27
Sat 30

Nature Discovery Class

July 30 at 1:30 pm5:00 pm
Sat 30

Feathered Fun

July 30 at 2:00 pm3:00 pm
Sun 31

Morning Birdwalk

July 31 at 9:00 am11:00 am
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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 1619)

Latest News

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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.

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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.

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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.

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The Foundation is always accepting photos to add to our archive and for use in various campaigns. If you wish to give us your shots, please email them to photos@eaglecreekpark.org. Thank you!