Decatur Township is the smallest in geographic size and in population of the nine townships in Marion County, Indiana, United States. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 32,388. Located on the southwest corner of the county, the township is home to the new Indianapolis International Airport main terminal. The city of Indianapolis and Marion County are a merged unit. Long one of the most rural sections of the county, Decatur Township has seen many new residential and commercial developments. AmeriPlex, one of the largest industrial parks in Indiana, is in Decatur Township. Through the White River, Decatur and Perry townships share the only water boundary among Marion County's townships.
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5 based on 1 reviews
We had a 'date night' from a marriage conference- only the second game of the season unfortunately it was freezing! lol Who knew in April it would be 30 degrees and spitting snow! Regular tickets aren't too expensive but we were stopped by The Cove staff and encouraged to upgrade. We thought why not it's a special date night. We were under the impression that we would get all you want to eat and drink and waited on. That is not accurate- you do get waited on (and our wait staff were very friendly) but you only get a $10 voucher for food and drink. One hot dog is $8.50 so needless to say we gave up our behind home plate tickets to have special treatment and well....all we got was a $40 hot dog. We even had to go to another vendor to get hot cocoa. Also, there is no heat in the bathrooms and no hot water to wash your hands. That's discerning-where to food staff wash their hands? Otherwise, the field is beautiful and very well kept. The staff were friendly. They play fun games during time outs, sound is good and it's a fun date. Due to the weather we had to buy a blanket-whoa it was $45! Too bad normal things can't be normal prices and your penalized
4.5 based on 97 reviews
What a beautiful destination for a summer wedding. This venue is so beautiful that you really don't need much for decoration. The staff was so friendly and wonderful to work with. I cannot say enough about this location!!!! The modern look of this facility is outstanding with lots of options for indoor or outdoor weddings.
5 based on 53 reviews
I love this orchard, I start going as soon as they open and keep going till weather is cold. They always have the best produce, fresh garden veggies. Wonderful apples and a great concession stand. In September they have hayrides, play things for the kids and the fun goes on till October. The owners and everyone who works there are so friendly. A great place to take your family
4.5 based on 41 reviews
For a simple park, this one has some things going for it, playgrounds, basketball, nice paved trail, creek to throw rocks in, lots of space of you just want to chill out. Great for many things. Its pretty well maintained and occupied so it doesn't feel like a deserted dump like how most parks turn out
5 based on 1 reviews
I love this place for 2 reasons. #1 it's an all Doctor Who store, #2 it's only 2 hours from my house! If you love the Doctor you will love this gem. They host a Doctoberfest the last Saturday in October and it's fun! They have a small museum of Doctor Who collectibles.The store is full of Who goodies from DVDs to cosplay clothes. You can buy all this stuff online but why when you can go and get it there. They have easy parking and it's easy to get to, just outside of Indianapolis.
5 based on 176 reviews
Every production I've seen here has been top-notch. I truly enjoy plays by their playwright-in-residence James Still. Such a wonderful cultural experience at affordable prices. If you go on a special night, they might have a post-performance discussion with the cast or a backstage tour or a happy hour.
4 based on 96 reviews
Beautiful place in a nice area. Wine was good. Staff was having too much fun with each other to take care of guest. Felt like we were interrupting them for a taste
5 based on 23 reviews
I can't say enough about this city park. So convenient for the town.
It began 40 + years ago as a gravel walking trail (path) though some acreage. My father in law used to walk there after his open heart surgery in the early 1970's. It's come a long, long way! Roads, trails, bridges, baseball fields, soccer fields, picnic tables, shelter houses and I can't forget the great swimming pool and now a zip line..wow!
The local "Old Sellers Picnic" was moved there from the Old Town Park several years ago for the extra room and is held there each year in August. Many other functions are held there as well.
Many locals go there to get their daily walks in and view the birds and wild life.
I'm not sure of the mileage around the park by the trails but it's about 3 miles if you do all of the areas. There are newer memorial park benches that add a nice touch of both young and old who have been local residences.
Take your family, take a picnic lunch, call the park about rental for a shelter house.
Enjoy self..it's the best!
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Finally! I can go to a late afternoon or evening movie and have a diet decaffeinated drink! Also, love that the seat arms raise for easier hand holding. Great leg room too. Definitely our favorite theater!
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Pretty standard waterpark experience. We went on a near 95 degree day so while the water felt great, the place was packed so it was hard to fully enjoy. But the workers and lifeguards were very attentive and the place was pretty clean.
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