Early fall is a great time to live at RoseLake Estates! That’s because we are minutes from Indianapolis, Fishers, Carmel and Noblesville – just off I-69 and exit 214 – yet miles away as far as nature and quiet goes.

In fact there are tons of natural areas around Pendleton and RoseLake Estates to explore!

For information on lots of nearby trails and bike paths, check out: http://www.traillink.com/city/pendleton-in-trails.aspx.

Here are some of our favorite places well within reach of RoseLake Estates:

  • Begin right in our neighborhood with a brisk walk around Rose Lake, maybe stopping for a rest on a shady park bench to feed the ducks or do some catch-and-release fishing.
  • Falls Park Trails have three and a half miles of walking, running, and bicycling pathways. You’ll overlook the famous waterfalls, and enjoy woods and clear water of Prairie Creek, home to lots of native wildlife. The trails also connect to The Red Barn at the North Entrance, the Community Building, two ponds and two creeks, the playgrounds, and the park office.
  • 146th Street Trail is a pathway that follows 146th Street into Westfield. At Rohrer Road, the trail also connects to the Monon Trail, an 18-mile section that travels south to connect to Carmel and Indy.
  • Carey Road Trail offers a straight north-south route through southeastern Westfield. It parallels the eastern side of the roadway through rural areas and residential communities.
  • Centennial Trail crisscrosses into broad stretch of open space along Liberty Drive and travels south through the community of Centennial in Westfield, passing two small ponds along the way.
  • Farm Heritage Trail runs through a canopy of Indiana hardwoods, and passes over scenic Sugar Creek via an old iron bridge. The trail extends from Lebanon to Thorntown, following the former route of the Big Four Railroad.

Whether you like to walk, jog, hike, picnic, or ride a bike — grab a dog, a friend, or the nearest kid – and head outside. RoseLake Estates is a perfect place to begin any fall trek.