Family Campout To Be Held Overnight August 11 at Noblesville’s Forest Park



Join the Noblesville Parks Department for a fun way to enjoy a summer evening with a campout on Saturday, August 11. For this unique event, families will need to bring a tent, sleeping bags, camping gear and food while the parks department will provide the activities. Families are invited to camp overnight in Forest Park beginning at 3 p.m. August 11.

Parks department staff will be onsite the entire time and will be available to assist with tent setup and answer camping questions, as well as, to help lead outdoor experiences for children and families like hiking, exploring, camping education, scavenger hunts and other adventures. Fire pits and grills also are available for campers to use to cook meals.

“We are excited to help the beginner campers in a friendly setting close to home,” said Recreation Director Nichole Haberlin-Medaris. “We will be providing activities that will get them in touch with the outdoors with our nature and photo safaris, leave no trace camping and campfire cooking. The activities aren’t required but will be provided throughout the night so people can come and go as they please.”

Help provide your children with fun summer memories of playing outside after dark and gazing at the stars. Pre-registration is required for this event and the cost is $20 per tent for Noblesville residents and $23 for nonresidents. Deadline to register is Wednesday, August 8. For more information or to register, call (317) 770-5750 or click here.