The park features wooded bottom land along Eagle Creek, prairie meadow plantings through the power line right away and forest in mixture of growth patterns.The iNaturalist project is ongoing. Anyone can submit observations through the iNaturalist App. This project is a way for the Zionsville Parks and Recreation Department to gather a list of the plants and animals that utilize the habitats of Starkey Park both year round, seasonally or for different stages of their lives. The list of species gathered will provide background information for future conservation and educational programs.
Zionsville Parks and Recreation and Zionsville Triathlon Team have teamed up again for the 5th annual Zionsville Bike Challenge. Join us for group rides throughout the month. Details will be emailed to participants. Complete your challenge level and win a t-shirt. How many miles can you do?
Join us for our annual celebration of Eagle Creek through recreation, stewardship and education. Creekfest features activities for all ages including a stream cleanup, kayak demonstrations, DNR Backyard Bass Casting Station, Creekstomp for Kids, educational booths, activities and much more. Participants may register their group or family to participate in the stream cleanup or just show up for the fun and festivities!
From June 8th to 16th, 2019 Indiana Children and Nature Network (ICAN) is encouraging everyone across the state to participate in Nature Play Day events. The goal of Nature Play Days is to get kids outside and remind families that nature play is important and can happen close to home.