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Plainfield, Indina lies 15 miles southwest of Indianapolis in Hendricks County. With amenities from a mall to its own water park, Plainfield is a prime destination for families of all kinds. Plainfield’s convenient location gives residents easy access to interstate I-70 as well as the Indianapolis International Airport and, of course, downtown Indianapolis. Plainfield is […]
Plainfield, Indina lies 15 miles southwest of Indianapolis in Hendricks County. With amenities from a mall to its own water park, Plainfield is a prime destination for families of all kinds. Plainfield’s convenient location gives residents easy access to interstate I-70 as well as the Indianapolis International Airport and, of course, downtown Indianapolis.
Plainfield is home to the Metropolis Mall, a popular open-air shopping and dining destination. Locals with a taste for the outdoors enjoy more than 480 acres of parkland and over 20 miles of trails that can be hiked or biked from one end of town to the other. Anderson Park features the Plainfield Skate Park and draws both local and regional skaters to its facilities. This, in addition to six other parks, comprises up the Plainfield Parks system.
Splash Island Family Waterpark is open in summer months and features waterslides, a diving well, and an interactive play area for kids. For even more activities, the Plainfield Recreation and Aquatics Center has three basketball courts, an indoor pool with a waterslide, and exercise facilities.
Enjoy over 50 restaurants, ranging from chains to independent eateries, as well as the award-winning Chauteau Thomas Winery. The winery hosts tours as well as musical entertainment in the summer months.
School-aged children in Plainfield may attend Plainfield, Avon, or Mill Creek school districts, all of which are highly regarded. Plainfield living options vary from established historical neighborhoods to more contemporary subdivision developments as well as rental properties. Plainfield boasts a strong employment base, contributing to a stable economy, with jobs ranging from distribution to public service positions and everything in between.
With six city parks, and Hummel Park being one of the largest town-ship parks in the state, Plainfield provides its residents with a wealth of outdoor recreation. In addition, the town has connected all of the parks, including the recreation center, with a 20 mile trail system to allow residents and visitors to travel through Plainfield on foot or bicycle safely. The parks offer gazebos, benches, picnic areas, playground, shelter houses, lighted tennis courts and ball diamonds, concession stands, volleyball pits, horseshoe pits, exercise stations, mature wood-lands, open green spaces and even a skate park with free admission. Plainfield also offers recreational sporting programs, which include youth soccer, youth football, little league and pee wee league baseball, girls softball and cheerleading. All of these sporting events take place at Plainfield’s new Youth Athletic Complex. The two story 113,000 square foot recreation center includes three regulation basketball courts, a 1/8 mile indoor walking and running track, a fully equipped fitness center, media center, several multi-use conference rooms, Play world for children ages 1-12, and indoor aquatic center. Splash Island Family Water Park is also featured at the Recreation Center. Located on 3.1 acres, the tropical-themed water park includes three waterslides, an interactive play area for all ages including kiddie slides, water jets, ropes and guns, a gentle winding river, lily pad crossing, two pulsating vortexes, and plenty of deck space and grassy areas for sun bathing and family fun. The park also includes a six lane competition pool with an attached diving well featuring two 1-meter spring boards. Splash Island is a great place for residents and visitors to play or relax.
Plainfield was named for the early Quakers who settled in the area and who were considered “plain”.
As a result of President Van Buren vetoing a highway improvement bill from Congress, a practical joke was staged when he came through Plainfield in 1842 campaigning for the 1844 election. His stage coach was deliberately spilled into the mud of the deficient highway. The elm tree whose roots caused the spill became known as the Van Buren Elm, and is also how nearby Van Buren Elementary School got its name.
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