Eagle Creek relies on the support of our patrons to bridge funding gaps, continually improve the park, and maintain the natural beauty we all love.Get a Foundation Park Pass and help support Eagle Creek!
Coming September 24th.Registration details to come for ECPF's Kids Fishing Derby - no fishing license required + free parking entry for registered attendees!Groups are welcomed. Poles & bait provided on first-come/first-serve basis
Celebrate with us! We are celebrating 50 years of Eagle Creek Park by hosting a number of fun events and fundraisers.Come celebrate and donate now to help support Eagle Creek!
Eagle Creek Park Foundation provides volunteer and financial support to promote, preserve, protect, and enhance Eagle Creek Park
Watch our video on what Eagle Creek Park means to various members
Honor someone special with a permanent, dedicated bench in Eagle Creek Park
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. We need your help!
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.
Indianapolis provides only $24 per resident for parks and recreation, whereas most cities of our size spends roughly $89!
—The Trust For Public Land (see pages 16–19)
2022 Annual Passes Still Available!