Lawrence W. Inlow Park

Site

  • 16 acres
  • Playground
  • Splash Pad
  • Restrooms
  • Shelter
  • Parking Lot
  • Pickleball Courts
  • Permeable Paving
  • Native Plantings
  • 6310 E Main St.
    Carmel, IN 46033

Scope

  • Landscape Architecture Design
  • Construction Documents
  • Permitting
  • Bidding & Contractor Procurement
  • Construction Administration Services

Client

  • Carmel/Clay Parks and Recreation

Crossing the Finish Line

Originally constructed in 2000, the existing splash pad and restrooms at Inlow Park were worn out and in need of reimagining. On the heels of major playground improvements several years earlier, the design concept shifts the center of the park to the north, allowing for a visual connection between the new splash pad and the existing 2-5 year old playground pod. A new comfort station with restrooms/changing rooms supports the increased activity within the park. The splash pad is divided into areas for younger and older children, with shade, seating, and age-appropriate water features. Two large shelters provide shade for group activities and two pickleball courts were constructed to meet the growing needs of this user group. The park entrance was improved and parking expanded using permeable pavers in the parking bays.

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