Sesquicentennial Trail: Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve
10410 Hague Road
As one of the only two state-designated nature preserves in Hamilton County, this 127-acre park boasts a wide variety of activities and amenities. The park includes nine nature trails, bird watching spots, picnic shelters, and a connection to Cheeney Creek.
Learn more at:
- Explore Ritchey Woods for National Take a Hike Day
- Top 5 Things to Do at Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve
About the Trail
Take a self-guided tour of Fishers’ history, culture, and community favorites on the Fishers Sesquicentennial Trail! Now through June 2023, pick up a kids or adult trail passport from various locations around the city and begin checking off destinations as you explore. Find pick up locations, where to turn in your completed passport, and prizes here.
Learn more about Fishers’ Sesquicentennial celebration, read blog posts exploring Fishers history, listen to podcasts from special guests, and more at thisisfishers.com/Fishers150.