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Parques y naturaleza en Indianapolis

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“Largest State Park in Indiana - good for walks cycling, forest deer, nature reserve. ”
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Dog Run
“A bar district located along a canal in northern Indianapolis. Many good restaurants and bars nearby. This is Butler Bulldog country. ”
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Parque
“Not a bad place to spend a summer evening during golden hour. Bike rentals and such at the park, do a lap up behind the zoo and across the river and back down the river greenways. Bonus if there's a good band playing outside at White RIver lawn.”
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Parque
“Garfield Park is a 128-acre regional city park in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Established in the late 19th century, it is the oldest city park in Indianapolis and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The park is located at the confluence of Pleasant Run and Bean Creeks on the near Southside of Indianapolis. The 10,000-square-foot Conservatory and Sunken Gardens are located in the eastern portion of the park. The noted landscape architect George Edward Kessler designed the Sunken Gardens along with many of the other features of the park as part of his Park and Boulevard Plan for the city.”
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Parque
“Beautiful wooded setting; great variety of play structures for kids. Hiking and walking trails of varying degrees of difficulty.”
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Parque
“If you need to escape the city for a few hours, enjoy some great hiking trails, undulating landscape, or relax with a lakeside picnic. You can even golf nearby.”
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Monumento / Lugar emblemático
“This free museum is massive, with such interesting history about the building itself!”
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Parque
“Free outdoor park/art installations and hiking trails connected to the IMA (Indianapolis Museum of Art) at Newfields.”
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Parque
“The White River State Park is one of the best spots in downtown Indianapolis. You can take a scenic walk on the canal and drop in to visit the IMAX, The Indiana State Museum, The NCAA Hall of Champions, or the Eiteljorg Museum. ”
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Otros lugares al aire libre
“It is so close to my home and has a nice walking trail loop to walk on. Also, they have a dog park and if you bring with you your dog’s vaccination records (Rabies, Distemper, Parvo and Bordetella) to the Park Office you can get a day pass for $5.”
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Parque
“Get back to nature right here in the city! Dog-friendly trails through the woods and cool off in the water while tromping through the creek. ”
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Parque
“Great farmers market 2nd Sunday of the month from June - October. Has several playgrounds a nice walking trail, tennis courts, and an outdoor pool. Hosts summer movies and symphony in the Park. ”
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Parque
“Ignore the map. You can easily access this by cutting through the Frank and Judy O'Bannon Soccer park. ”
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Parque
“Beautiful tropical garden! The conservatory is stunning and a must see any time of year. The Sunken Gardens next to the conservatory are beautiful in the summer. You'll love the fountains! ”
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College Quad
“Walking distance; beautiful garden setting near the Central Canal; don't miss the view from the top of the Bell Tower steps.”
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Museum
“Very unique indoor and outdoor exhibits sure to entertain you for the entire day.”
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