Wandering Wednesday - Potter's Bridge Park

Potter's Bridge Park in Noblesville Has a Piece of My Heart!


So many great memories nestled in this cozy little park off the beaten path in Noblesville. We used to push Grammy in her wheel chair along the path and look for nature "treasures", meet cousin Izzy to skip stones and look for tadpoles down by the river and play "spaceship" with Daddy, Aunt Amy and Tara on the play structure. We often still take a drive on a summer weekend and end up at this quaint little slice of outdoor heaven. 

Here's our top 7 reasons we love Potter's Bridge Park!
  • The swings along the walking paths.
  • The shade. On hot summer days, it's a perfect shady place to lunch and play.
  • The only remaining covered bridge in all of Hamilton County! Very cool to walk on, explore and take in the beauty of White River below.
  • Two play structures in one area. Tons of opportunity for imagination and fun. Did I mention our go-to "spaceship" game? Little man still loves that one to this day!
  • The water overlooks along the nature walking/running/biking paths. Safe ways to step out and take in the beauty of White River.
  • Canoe access for a fun trip down White River and part of the 3.25 mile long White River Greenway Trail that takes you through Forest Park to downtown Noblesville or to Morse Park and Beach.
  • Every October the Potter's Bridge Fall Festival with art and craft booths, exhibitors, food, live music and kid's activities!
Who knew such an awesome outdoor treasure was so close to home?!


Photo Credit: The awesome Tara Thomas of Hg Studio in Noblesville.

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