There are plenty of exciting ways to have fun in your Brownsburg Parks! Check out our list of fun activities located in our parks.
Take a Story Walk - Located at Arbuckle Acres Park
Enjoy the great outdoors any time during free, self-guided reading hikes! In partnership with Brownsburg Public Library, each season we’ll feature a picture book on the trail for you to enjoy during a walk on our paved trail at Arbuckle Acres Park.
Connect with Nature
Outdoor Classroom at Williams Park
Visit nature’s playground, the Outdoor Classroom! You’ll enjoy learning about nature through our two pollinator gardens, raised herb gardens, and handmade natural stage. Located at Williams Park, you can find this peaceful area just off of Alpha St. or by walking along Maple Ridge Trail.
Pollinator Garden Scavenger Hunt
Visit a pollinator garden at Williams Park with a scavenger hunt form and see how many different plants and pollinator species you can find! Share your completed form on Instagram with us at #brownsburgparks.
Outdoor Fitness Equipment at Stephens Park
Outdoor exercise equipment offers an alternative to build lean muscle, improve cardiovascular function, and increase energy without the cost of a gym membership or the commitment to an exercise class.
Plus, you'll enjoy working out in an natural setting!
Take an Art Tour
Williams Park and B&O Trail
We believe Parks build the perfect bridge between art and nature!
Take a walk through Williams Park to view our bee sculpture, titled, "Listen to the Music of Nature" by Patrick Mack. As you look at this sculpture, listen to the sounds that surround you. Many of them are the sounds of nature: bees buzzing, dragonfly wings beating, birds chirping. Nature creates a symphony of sounds that humans too often miss as they navigate daily life. Take a moment now to listen to the music of nature.
Walk east on the B&O Trail to find the Ronald Reagan Parkway tunnel that safely leads walkers, runners, bicyclists and other trail enthusiasts underneath the parkway. Here, you'll find several murals along the tunnel.