Riverside Regional Park is one of the oldest parks in Indianapolis and second largest, draping both sides of White River from 30th Street south to nearly 16th. During 2017, it went through a master plan process in which Friends of the White River participated.
This article describes the park’s rich, sometimes challenging history, and the collaborative, inclusive master plan process. Read more: Bringing Riverside Regional Park into the 21st Century by John D. Jackson, PLA, LEED AP, National Recreation and Park Association, July 6, 2018. You also can read the Riverside Regional Park Master Plan in detail.