Travel Thursday – Washington Township Park Avon, IN

As the Thanksgiving holiday is upon us in the US, I would like to share a local place for Travel Thursday.  Typically we are headed to Michigan to enjoy Turkey Day with Shane’s awesome family.  However, this year we have decided to stay local & enjoy the holiday in our cabin in the woods.  Just the two of us plus our three animals.

In line with our local Thanksgiving, I wanted to highlight a local park that I simply adore.

Washington Township Park

Although the photos included in this post were taken several years ago, I recently photographed a couple here for their engagement session.  It reminded me how lovely this park is, especially in the fall.

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Washington Township Park is located in Avon, IN.  It boasts 2 fishing ponds, a new expansive playground, numerous hiking & mountain bike trails, a gazebo, an outdoor amphitheater & stream access among nature’s beauty.

Nestled in suburban Indiana, it is a great way to get away from the hustle & bustle and get back to nature.

Recently, they have added a dog park.  Click here for more information.

Several bridges are located throughout the park for foot travelers or cyclists.

The local wildlife enjoying their piece of nature.  

Numerous hiking & mountain biking trails await with varying experience levels.

The last of the season.

1876 Whipple Iron Truss Bridge

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Stay tuned as I will be sharing a link to my business blog post from the engagement session.

Happy Thanksgiving to my US readers.

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