Noblesville Sports: Pro Golf Courses, Big Skate Parks, Plenty of Fields

Noblesville, Indiana offers more than 10 courses for golfers to choose between, with most of them open to the general public. Among those, Purgatory Golf Club, located on E. 216th Street, is one of the most well-known, if not hardest to play, courses in Indiana. With 18 holes spanning over 7,754 yards, Purgatory indeed lives up to its name.

Video clip from the Purgatory Golf Club Show, a YouTube channel that takes place at Purgatory Golf Club in Noblesville, Indiana

If golf’s not your exclusive game, The Hamilton County Sports Complex bills itself as an “All-in-ONE Place for Family Exercise and Enjoyment,” and that’s exactly what it offers.  They feature leagues in basketball, hockey, flag football, soccer and golf. Instructional activities include everything from the popular (soccer, basketball, karate, gymnastics etc), to the obscure (parkour and zumba). In addition to the leagues and lessons, the HCSC has a workout center, and is a great place to host a birthday party for Noblesville children.

Video demo of parkour/freerunning that takes place at the Hamilton County Sports Complex in Noblesville, Indiana

Skaters enjoying the skate park at Dr. James A. Dillon Park in Noblesville, IndianaFor outdoor Noblesville sports enthusiasts, Forest Park, Seminary Park, Dr. James A. Dillon Park, and Southside Park all offer plenty to do when the weather turns warm. For those Indianapolis residents who enjoy a relaxing game of disc golf, Dr. James A. Dillon Park has one of the more popular, and scenic, courses in the area. If you want to spend a day on the water, visit Morse Resevoir. With its northern end located in Cicero, Indiana and it’s southern harbors located in Noblesville, Morse Reservoir covers 35 miles of shoreline and has over 7 navigable water.  It is deeper than Geist Reservoir, and is an awesome way to spend a day in the sun.  There’s even a disc golf course located at Morse Beach!

Video of a skate session that took place at Dr. James A. Dillon Park in Noblesville, Indiana

There are a few Noblesville businesses that support Noblesville sports. The two Noblesville sports shops are both chains, but that doesn’t stop them from providing a huge inventory, great customer service, and all the supplies and accessories you’ll need for a day of sports. Along with the mega-sporting goods store Dick’s Sporting Goods, which can be found just north of E. 181st Street on Norell Lane, MC Sports provides all the relevant equipment needed for Hoosiers to enjoy the diverse sporting activities Noblesville offers up.