Fishers set to open 60-acre park

The long-awaited park on 60 acres near East 101st Street and Cyntheanne Road in Fishers is scheduled to open Dec. 3.

Flat Fork Creek Park features a 50-foot sledding hill, nature trails, a two-mile mountain bike course, a fishing pond and three tree houses.

The city budgeted $3.5 million for the destination park when it annexed the Geist area and promised to build the attraction.

Indianapolis-based landscape architecture firm Rundell Ernstberger & Associates handled the design, and Arkansas-based Progressive Trail Design worked on the mountain bike trail.

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