Heritage Park at White River
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- Multi-Use Trails
- Nature Trails
- Picnic Areas
- Sledding Hill
One of Fishers’ most charming parks, Heritage Park (10595 Eller Road) is a hidden gem in the heart of Fishers. The 33-acre park located at Eller Road and 106th Street is known for its scenic multi-use and wooded nature trails, one of the best sledding hills in the City, and the beautiful Historic Ambassador House and Heritage Gardens.
Nestled in the center of the park is The Ambassador House, a top-rated wedding and special event venue rich in both history and charm. Originally built in 1826 at the corner of 96th Street and Allisonville Road, the restored Greek Revival-style home was once the summer house of prominent Indianapolis attorney Addison Harris, who served as the U.S. Ambassador to Austria-Hungary from 1899-1901.
The Ambassador House & Heritage Gardens is available to rent year-round and can host up to 250 guests outdoors on the European-style terrace or in the garden tent from April to October. During the winter months, the facility can accommodate up to 60 guests for intimate indoor weddings and events. To learn more about the venue, visit ambassadorhouse.org.
In addition to the beautiful Heritage Gardens at the Ambassador House, the park is home to a variety of bird and plant species that visitors can enjoy on the nature trail and the half-mile paved loop trail that serves as the first segment of the White River Greenway. The park is also a popular location for birdwatching and nature study.
Heritage Park is home to several Fishers Parks events, including the free Yappy Hour event and Wine Down Wednesday. Both events offer guests the opportunity to explore Heritage Park and the Historic Ambassador House & Heritage Gardens while enjoying live entertainment.