Plainfield is a town in Guilford, Liberty, and Washington townships, Hendricks County, Indiana, United States. The population was 27,631 at the 2010 census, and in 2016 the estimated population was 31,409.
Restaurants in Plainfield
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 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 5 reviews
The Park provides opportunities for both structured and spontaneous play by way of the facilities, preserved wooded areas, and open green space. The Park has four covered picnic facilities, a 24 foot gazebo, two playgrounds, a sand volleyball court, basketball court, horseshoe pits, an outdoor fitness station, two stocked fishing ponds, an outdoor amphitheater and a splash pad,
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.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
Lucas Oil Raceway is home to the most historic drag strip in the world, a fan-favorite short track paved oval, and a 2.5 mile road course. Each year, the US Nationals (currently the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals) comes to Lucas Oil Raceway over Labor Day weekend. This event is the largest drag race in the world which will see more than 100,000 guests and close to 1,000 competitors. Ticket prices vary by day and seating location. The US Nationals is truly a sensory overload when the Top Fuel Dragsters and Nitro Funny Cars reach speeds of over 320 MPH in only 1000 feet of track. Wear ear protection and sun screen since the cars are loud and the sun is hot! Throughout the rest of the year, the track features a amateur race night most Wednesdays where anyone can race their own car down the drag strip, called Wild Wednesday. The track will also feature the ARCA Racing Series, CRA Series, USAC, Mazda Road to Indy (Pro Mazda/USF2000), Summit ET Bracket Series Division 3 Finals, Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series, NMCA (National Muscle Car Association), Hot Rod Drag week, and more! Visit our website for all event information.
Attended the nhra us nationals qualifying on Saturday. No problems getting in and out of the facility the traffic moved very well. We had great seats on a perfect temperature day. Everything was convenient and had a great time at the track.
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
3.5 based on 21 reviews
Every square inch is crammed with inflatables and arcade games, which is the point, right? However, it's a little uncomfortable for parents watching their kids as the seating area has old, hard chairs and it's cramped. Some of the inflatables could use some cleaning also. The kids had fun.
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!
5 based on 16 reviews
We've ridden horses during an hour-long guided tour twice now at this place & each time we had a blast! The horses are very well trained and the young female guide was sweet, patient and experienced. Trail was even, quiet, shady. Friendly people. Real farm setting. Highly recommended for all ages!
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!
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