Starkey Park Homes for Sale
Starkey Park is a 77-acre stretch of land located north of Indianapolis, at 667 Sugarbush Drive in Zionsville. The park offers three miles of nature hiking attracts community groups, families and nature lovers all year round. Amenities include shelter, fishing, and plenty of space to walk the dog.
Latest Starkey Park Homes for Sale
BACK ON MARKET DUE TO BUYERS FINANCING FALLING THROUGH. Here's your chance to own a luxurious piece of history in The Village of Zionsville! Sit on your wrap around...
5 Beds 4 Bath Areas 4768 SqFt
Perfectly placed between the iconic "postcard hole 16" and hole 17, this highly sought-after Holliday Farms cul-de-sac lot is truly something to behold. Rarely found...
0 Beds 0 Bath Areas 0 SqFt
Great opportunity to build in the Historic Village of Zionsville! Davis Homes has this "Proposed Build", their "Downtown Collection", "Fairfield, Elevation A", (see ...
4 Beds 3 Bath Areas 1975 SqFt
The Betty at Inglenook's Pocket Neighborhoods is an open Cottage-style Home that facilitates everyday living on a single level. High ceilings in the kitchen, family ...
3 Beds 3 Bath Areas 2694 SqFt
A new three-bedroom option, the Hunter is comfortably spacious with architecturally angled walls and cozy custom built-ins that surprise and delight throughout the h...
3 Beds 3 Bath Areas 2870 SqFt
The Madison is a 3 bed, 2.5 bath Cottage-style home possessing well-crafted space and creative storage alongside a finished family room in basement! Large enough to ...
3 Beds 3 Bath Areas 2820 SqFt
Charming Arts & Crafts bungalow offering flexible living as single family, multi-generational or income producing. This renovated 4 bedroom 3 1/2 bath home is split ...
4 Beds 4 Bath Areas 2932 SqFt
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Starkey Park can also be accessed via Eagle Creek Park, which is located on the west side of Indianapolis. Both Eagle Creek and Starkey Parks are heavily wooded areas that have extensive nature preserves. Starkey Park was named in 1974 after the generous land donor, Lucile Starkey, whose wish was to conserve nature and help educate people about human impact on the environment.
Starkey Park is also home to the annual Zionsville Anti-Mini Marathon, an event that was originated by someone who was rejected from the Indianapolis 500 Festival's Mini Marathon. As a statement against established corporate events, the Zionsville Running Club member started a new tradition. Every spring approximately 250 runners take part in the no-frills Zionsville Anti-Mini Marathon at Starkey Park.
Kids Having Fun at Starkey Nature Park
A Wooded Scene at Starkey Nature Park
A Foot Bridge in Starkey Nature Park
A Map Shows the Lay of the Land at Starkey Nature Park
Rocks along a Path in Starkey Nature Park