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Cyntheanne Park

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  1. Concession Building
  2. Football Field
  3. Lacrosse
  4. Parking
  5. Pickleball Courts
  6. Picnic Areas
  7. Picnic Tables
  8. Playground
  9. Restrooms
  10. Rugby
  11. Trails

From the little ones playing on the playground to community gardeners harvesting
vegetables, Cyntheanne Park (12383 Cyntheanne Road) is a hidden gem busting with
activity in northeast Fishers.

Perhaps one of Cyntheanne Park’s most unique features is the vibrant landscape
playground structure that promotes unstructured play, continual movement, and physical
fitness for children of all ages. Along with five multi-purpose sports fields, the park also
includes a 1-mile paved multi-use trail and a natural grass trail that’s perfect for staying
active as warmer weather comes.

This park isn’t just for kids: Cyntheanne Park is home to the Community Garden Program
(CPG), which allows residents to rent 10 x 10 foot plots of land to garden for the season.
Both conventional and organic growing is available, and residents can enjoy growing their
own vegetables and fruit while engaging with other gardeners. For more information
about the Community Garden Program and to register, visit

The park also boasts the county’s only public outdoor pickleball courts. “The popularity
of pickleball in Fishers has far exceeded our expectations,” stated Fishers Parks &
Recreation Director Tony Elliot. “We’re excited that residents of all ages have taken to
this sport, and we’re thrilled to continue to offer unique ways for our community to play
in Fishers parks.”

In fact, the sport has become so popular among residents and visitors that the City plans
to build at least two additional courts at the park that will open this summer.

Cyntheanne Park is open to the public to explore year-round from dawn to dusk. For more
information, visit