Welcome to Holliday Park

Contact Friends of Holliday Park

6363 Spring Mill Road
Indianapolis, Indiana 46260
(317) 475-9482

Friends of Holliday Park Staff

Board of Directors

  • William Hirsch, President
  • Tricia Lautenbach, Vice President
  • Margaret E. Weeks, Treasurer
  • Karen Valencic, Secretary
  • Andrew Apple
  • Toye Begbaaji
  • Patricia Brummer
  • Margaret Coyle
  • Christine Duncan
  • Fred Emhardt
  • Amy Franklin
  • Christine Freiman
  • Sam Hawkins
  • Lisa Hurst
  • Ray Kennedy
  • Sara Kunz
  • Emily Lane
  • Ruth Adams Linsmith
  • Rodney Mail M.D.
  • Mandla Moyo
  • Allyson Podell
  • Neal Roach
  • Doug Rubenstein
  • Anne Scheele
  • Christy Scofield
  • Julian Stephenson
  • Michael Turner M.D.
  • Susan Woods

Holliday Park Staff

  • Daniel Boritt, Park Manager
  • Amy Lamar, Assistant Park Manager
  • Mallory Kirby, Naturalist/Day Camp Coordinator
  • Katie Neill, Office Manager/Volunteer Coordinator

About Friends of Holliday Park

Friends of Holliday Park (FHP) is an independent 501(c)(3) public charity committed to preserving Holliday Park. FHP works closely with Indy Parks to improve and maintain many aspects of the park including the playground, rock garden, trails, Nature Center, Ruins, roads and parking lots. Trail renovation, support of field trip transportation costs for area schools, and sponsorship of the Fall Festival and of the free summer concert series, are just some of projects that Friends of Holliday Park funds to ensure Holliday Park remains a well-used and well-loved park.  FHP raised the $4.8 million to construct and endow the Nature Center, which opened to the public in 2000 and raised over $3.2 million to renovate the Habitat Hall in the Holliday Park Nature Center which opened in April 2015 and revitalize the Ruins at Holliday Park which opened in 2016. FHP supports the park via the annual Holliday Park Trail Run, Rock the Ruins, annual fund drive, and ongoing contributions from the community. 

Donate to the Friends to support Holliday Park.

Click here to learn more about our plans to improve access to Holliday Park