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White River

Flowing in two forks across most of Central and Southern Indiana, the White River creates the largest watershed contained entirely within the state, draining all or part of nearly half the counties. The section of the West Fork at Holliday Park is among the most wooded in Marion County and is home to bass, bluegill and macroinvertebrates as well as great blue herons, owls, beaver and red fox. Anglers and paddlers alike frequent this riparian corridor.

A wheelchair-accessible platform can be reached from a parking lot on the southeast corner of Meridian Street and Arden Avenue, as shown on our Holliday Park map.