People hiking in the Zionsville outdoors

How to Make the Most of the Zionsville Outdoors

Do you want to enjoy nature to the fullest during your vacation in Zionsville? If so, you’ve landed on the right blog. Here, you’ll discover all our favorite activities in the Zionsville outdoors! Hike in beautiful parks, bike along scenic trails, and have fun in the sun with your loved ones. If you’re ready for this adventure, keep reading and start planning your trip today! 

Learn all you need to know about the best things to do in Zionsville in our exclusive, free Vacation Guide. Inside, you’ll find the top recommendations for local restaurants, events, museums, shops, and, of course, outdoor activities! 

Plan a Fun Day Exploring the Zionsville Outdoors 

Starkey Park 

One of our favorite places near Zionsville, where you can explore the outdoors is Starkey Park. This place of natural beauty is a gem we love having nearby. It’s the ideal escape for when you’ve been drowning under the everyday pressures of work. This 80-acre park is the largest near Zionsville and has all you need for a fabulous adventure: picnic tables, hiking trails, and even fishing areas!  

Eagle Creek State Park 

If you don’t mind driving a little bit, then you’ve got to check out Eagle Creek State Park. You’ll be dazzled by the breathtaking beauty of this 3,900-acre park and its numerous meadows, forests, and ponds. Did you know the park is one of the top 10 municipal parks in the country? There, you can enjoy hiking, kayaking, fishing, and even cross-country skiing in the winter! 

Monon Trail 

Do you love biking? If so, you’ll love the Monon Trail! It’s one of the top outdoor attractions near Zionsville and offers stellar views of the area. The trail is 26 miles long is perfect for biking, walking, or running on this paved pathway. Note that the trail is open from dawn to dusk year-round, but it’s better enjoyed in the spring and summer! Don’t worry if you don’t have a bike! Be on the lookout for Zagster Bike Share stations and grab one there for $3/hour.  

Mulberry Fields 

Last but not least, another lovely outdoor area in Zionsville is Mulberry Fields. It’s ideal for a leisurely walk and a delicious picnic in the sun. There, you’ll find more than three picnic shelters, a 1-mile loop to hike, a prairie-meadow to explore, and even a large hill where you can take some fun pictures. 

Find the Perfect Place to Stay in Zionsville 

Now that you know about the top outdoor activities in Zionsville, it’s time to find a place to come home and relax. After all that hiking and biking, your muscles will need to rest. Come home to Brick Street Inn, one of the top Zionsville’s boutique hotels, and unwind in a bubble bath in your elegant room. Make your stay even more relaxing by indulging in one of our specials and packages! Our celebration package, for example, is ideal if you want to rekindle the romance with your better half.  

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