Things to Do & See
Things to Do & See
Things to Do and See
Noblesville offers both residents and visitors the best of local business. As the county seat of Hamilton County, Noblesville's historic downtown square bosts historic charm with the hustle of business and revenue. Many have sought the simplicity and relative peace and calm that Noblesville has to offer, everything from its great schools, to valuable real estate and world-class business.
Noblesville, Indiana is located just 20 miles north of Indianapolis in Hamilton County.
For a tourist's guide of Noblesville and Hamilton County, visit www.visithamiltoncounty.com.
Areas of Interest
10690 Greenfield Avenue, Noblesville, IN (317)773-1085
Conner Prairie Interactive History Park
13400 Allisonville Road, Fishers, IN (317)776-6006
Noblesville Main Street
839 Conner Street, Noblesville, IN (317)776-0205
Hamilton 16 IMAX
13825 Norell Road, Noblesville, IN (317)773-3324
Hamilton County Museum of History and Old Sheriff's Residence and Jail
810 Conner Street, Noblesville, IN (317)77-0775
Hamilton Town Center
13901 Towne Center Boulevard, Suite 100, Noblesville, IN (317)770-5996
Nickel Plate Arts Campus
107 South 9th Street, Noblesville, IN (317)452-3690
7177 East 161st Street, noblesville, IN (317)776-1560
11366 SR38 East, Noblesville, IN (317)773-3344
Noblesville's newest park sits on 77.5 acres of ground at 6001 Edenshall Lane. The park was named in memory of Dr. James A. Dillon who served on the Noblesville Parks and Recreation Board for nearly 40 years. The park offers a spray park in the summer, playground equipment, shelter houses, multi-purpose playing fields, a disc golf course and trails.
Located on State Road 19 in Noblesville, this beautiful 150-acre park offers a 9-hole golf course, the Forest Park Inn banquet facility, "Tom Thumb" miniature golf course, playground eqqipment, swimming pool, shelters with grills, sand volleyball lots, tennis courts, the "Little Beauty" Carousel and is home to the Indiana Transportation Museum.
Morse Park and Beach
The 23-acre park includes an 18-hole disc golf course and a beautiful beach to enjoy during the summer heat. Morse Park is home to the Hamilton County Parks & Recreation Department's spring and fall softball leagues. The park features four shelters for outdoor events and a newly finished Osprey Pointe, an indoor facility on the bank of Morse reservoir.
Potter's Bridge Park
Potter's Bridge Park is home to Hamilton County's only covered bridge and is surrounded by 66-acres of beautiful land. The bridge was named after the landowner, William Potter in 1860. After nearly 100 years of use, the bridge was closed to traffic and leased to the Hamilton County Parks and Recreation Department. The bridge itself offers spectacular views of the White River and is host to the White River Greenway Trail, which spans 3.25 miles along the river.
The park is a water-recreation friendly area and includes the greenway, playground equipment, picnic areas and provides canoe access to the river.
Strawtown Koteewi Park
Strawtown Koteewi Park is rich in history. At any given time, students can be seen collecting and curating artifacts, such as pottery and arrowheads, found in the park. The area has seen a great dedal of archaeological activity in recent years. Researchers discovered that the property dates back to 1200-1400 A.D. Evidence of postholes, storage pits and fire pits shows the location of early villages here.
The 750-acre park has a canoe launch on the White River for boating, nature trails, equestrian trails, wetlands and prairies.