Large park with camping, history and unique activities
Strawtown Koteewi Park is the largest and most scenic park in Hamilton County. The park’s name derives from the Native Americans that called the land home centuries ago. Today, with more than 800 acres, the park showcases multi-use trails along the riverfront. Dig into history through archaeology, access canoe and kayak launch points, fish at the new lake, tackle a treetop obstacle course featuring ziplines, equestrian trails, an archery range, a snow tubing hill, and the nearby White River Campground.
12308 Strawtown Ave, Noblesville, IN
Full Park Details
All Hamilton County Parks properties are open sunrise to sunset every day. Hours of individual facilities or ticketed venues or activities may vary.
Taylor Center of Natural History Hours
Monday – Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Sunday: 1pm to 5pm
This park has accessibility features.
Climbing, zipping, or treetop adventures.
Overnight outdoor lodging.
Formal or safe informal places to paddle from.
Trails that allow for horseback riding.
Safe opportunities to fish from shore.
Trails designed for walking in natural spaces.
Nature or Cultural Center
An indoor facility featuring natural, historic, or cultural items or activities.
Seasonal sledding, ice skating, or tubing.