Hendricks County has officially reached Stage 4 in the Back on Track Indiana plan. This means that most of your favorite summer activities are open!
While COVID-19 restrictions are still in place and social distance practices are recommended, this summer promises to be full of outdoor fun!
Hendricks County splash pads and water parks will be open during the hottest days of the year, offering a great way to cool off. However, the number of individuals at locations will be limited, so it’s important to plan ahead. Here’s what you need to know about local water attractions in the coming weeks:
Dashing around a splash pad is the perfect way to cool off on a hot summer day. The splash pads located at Washington Township Park in Avon and Hummel Park in Plainfield are currently open. The Watermill Splash Pad at Williams Park in Brownsburg will open in Stage 5, which is slated for July 4, 2020.
The indoor Splash Island is currently open, but here are no open swim times for the public. Pool capacity is 25 individuals, so you must sign up to get a spot.
The outdoor water park will not open until July 4, 2020.
Gill Family Aquatic Center
The Gill Family Aquatic Center in Danville is open and limited to 250 guests at a time. It includes a lazy river, water slides, diving board, splash pad, zero depth entry, and more.
Playgrounds and Parks
All playgrounds in Hendricks County are open. Be sure to bring hand sanitizer and wash hands frequently. Restrooms, sport fields, and tennis courts are open at all parks. Dog parks and the Plainfield Skate Park are open.
What summer activities are you looking forward to most?