- TripBuzz found 99 things to do with kids in or near Greenwood, Indiana, including 80 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Indianapolis, Plainfield, Carmel and Zionsville.
- From Otte Golf & Family Fun Center to City Center Park, the Greenwood area offers 70 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Recreation Centers.
- Neighboring Indianapolis is the city of Greenwood, Indiana. The city is family-friendly and the most populous suburb in the Indianapolis Metropolitan Area, home to over 50,000 residents. The city features over 15 scenic parks that offer fishing, picnic areas, playgrounds and sporting facilities, including a newly added aquatics park that opened in 2015.
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1292 State Road 135 South, Nashville, IN 47448 MoreLess Info
Rawhide Ranch is open year round for your families ranch adventure. A converted two-story barn serves as the hotel and dining hall while guests can enjoy horseback riding, hiking and campfires every night.
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2620 Valley Branch Road, Nashville, IN 47448 MoreLess Info
For adventure-lovers of all ages, 1000-acre Explore Brown County at Valley Branch Retreat fits the bill. Visitors are sure to enjoy the zip-line tours, mountain biking, paintball games, camping and much more.
Forest Park Aquatic Center is an aquatic center featuring a heated Olympic sized, 10 lane, 50 meter pool. The center also offers a beginner pool with fountains, a sun deck, a snack bar, and locker room facilities.
eXplore Brown County is an adventure company that features zip lines, paintball, mountain biking, ATV tours, and camping trips. The company is available for weddings, birthday parties, and family reunions.
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772 South Yellowwood Road, Nashville, IN 47448 MoreLess Info
Multiple tree types like four types of pine, white and red oak, and black walnut were planted in the Yellowwood State Forest during the 1940s. Trails run through the forest for hiking, and there is a 133-acre man-made lake.
With the lake open to public swimming in the summer season, Morse Park & Beach offers the community a disc golf course, playgrounds, and sports fields on its 23 acres. During spring, visitors can see local softball league games.