In Mooresville, Indiana, outdoor activities lean heavily on the vastly generous offerings of the Mooresville Park and Recreation Department. Residents of Indianapolis and other nearby cities in Indiana frequent suburban areas such as Mooresville Parks to experience the tranquility of a small town as they get a taste of nature’s beauty.
Below are two directories for those interested in the excellent Mooresville parks and recreational facilities. The first chart includes Mooresville Parks, and the second lists Mooresville camps.
|Hadley Memorial Park
This is a beautiful parcel of land set aside in the middle of downtown as a memorial to Paul Hadley, the original designer of the Indiana state flag. A premier Mooresville attraction, this locale is as convenient as it is inspiring.
In the neighborhood of Highland Meadows, North Park is a gorgeous natural space with picnic areas, playgrounds and athletic courts, as well as a stirring waterway called Goose Creek.
Mooresville children can attend different kinds of camps here or play all kinds of ball games throughout the year. Pioneer Park boasts 130 gorgeous acres with natural beauty for everybody.
|Old Town Park
Founded back in 1877, this historic park is a must-visit in Mooresville, Indiana. Complete with a log cabin and wandering creek, Mooresville’s Old Town Park is a Hoosier favorite.
|Rooker Run Park
The prettiness of East Fork White Lick Creek embellishes the natural green spaces and play areas in Mooresville’s Rooker Run Park.
|Mooresville Family Aquatic Center
For water-loving kids of all ages, the Mooresville Family Aquatic Center is full of activity from Spring through the early Fall season.
|Pioneer Adventure Camp
In Mooresville’s Pioneer Park, children from the ages of six to twelve can get together to enjoy camping in the great outdoors.
|X-Treme P.A.C. Camp
Summer-long camping for kids in grades seven through nine include courses in leadership and First Aid.
|Kickers Soccer Camp
Mooresville children from the age of four through ten can learn the favorite sport in the whole world here at Kickers Soccer Camp in Pioneer Park.
|YMCA Day Camp
Classes convene from late May through the middle of August in the Northwood Elementary School in Mooresville, Indiana. Family nights, field trips, archery, arts and crafts and a variety of sports are offered.
|Mooresville Lions Club Grand Prix
A favorite thing to do in Mooresville, the Mooresville Grand Prix is sponsored by the IKS, or Indy Karting Series. Erstwhile karters often become auto racers in the world-famous Indianapolis 500-mile race or other famous racing events in Indianapolis. The Lions Club Grand Prix is held monthly in Mooresville, Indiana.
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