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Roy G. Holland Memorial Park

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  1. Athletic Fields
  2. Baseball / Softball Diamond
  3. Basketball Court
  4. Bike Racks
  5. Community Building
  6. Electricity
  7. Grill
  8. Multi-Use Trails
  9. Parking
  10. Picnic Shelters
  11. Picnic Tables
  12. Playground
  13. Restrooms
  14. Sand Volleyball Court
  15. Shelter
  16. Soccer Field
  17. Splash Pad

Located in the heart of Fishers, Roy G. Holland Memorial Park is Fishers’ first municipal park, developed in 1991. The park is approximately 34 acres and offers a variety of amenities for all age groups and abilities. From sports fields and basketball courts, to playgrounds and picnic areas, the central location and proximity to several neighborhoods makes the park a hub for activity year-round.

In the summer months, children can cool off at the splash pad, open from Memorial Day through Labor Day, and slide down inflatable water slides at the annual Monsoon Madness event every summer. In addition to the popular playground for older children, little ones can also get in on the action as they explore and play on their own toddler playground.

During the winter, Roy G. Holland Memorial Park is home to the popular Fishers Winter Farmers’ Market, which takes place inside the park building every Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon. With over 20 Indiana-grown vendors, shoppers can stock up on seasonal produce, handmade artisan items, and fresh baked goods. Winter vendors vary, so follow the Fishers Farmers’ Market on Facebook and Instagram to learn more about weekly vendors.

Fishers Parks and facilities are available to all and include an accessible wheelchair friendly glider and friendship swing thanks to generous donation from community partners, Fishers Kiwanis Club, IU Saxony Health, and Make a Wish Foundation.

The park also boasts a 1.25-mile multi-use trail that is a popular loop for runners and walkers, as well as a 2,400-square foot park building and shelter that are both available to rent for family get-togethers, birthday parties, and more.

Visitors are welcome from dawn to dusk to play and unplug at the park year-round.