Riverwood Park Spray Ground

7201 Crittenden Ave
Indianapolis IN 46240
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Riverwood Park Spray Ground is a hidden gem in Indianapolis and is a popular destination for families. The spray ground is filled with fun metal sculptures such as the giant mushrooms and is the ideal way to escape the summer heat. The park also has beautiful trees that provide the perfect amount of shade for picnics.

Must see and must do at the Riverwood Park Spray Ground
The spray ground is the most popular feature at the park and is usually packed with small children and parents. The park is also perfect for picnics and offers shade trees along with a picnic shelter. There is also a large playground for children with slides and swings.

Best and worst time to go to the Riverwood Park Spray Ground
The Riverwood Park Spray Ground is open from dawn to dusk. One of the best times to visit the park is early in the morning on weekdays. The Bishop Chatard High School soccer and lacrosse teams use the park for practice, so you want to avoid visiting the park in the afternoon on weekdays during the school year.

Admission to the Riverwood Park Spray Ground
Admission to Riverwood Park is free.

Wildlife at the Riverwood Park Spray Ground
Squirrels are frequently spotted by visitors to the park. There are also many birds ranging from house sparrows to mourning doves.

Insider tip for the Riverwood Park Spray Ground
The spray ground is activated by motion sensors. If you are in the park and want to activate them, then simply have your children run through the spray ground.

Author's bio: Lana Bandoim is a freelance writer and editor who lives in Indianapolis. Her work has been published on websites ranging from Examiner to Technorati.