In other park is the Flowing Well Park

In April of 1837, the town of Carmel, Indiana was established,
but under the name of Bethlehem by John Felps, Alexander Mills, Seth Green, &
Daniel Warren. In the 1820’s the early settlers were attracted to the land due
to the huge opportunities naturally. The land was perfect to make their houses
with how level the land was. This area was originally used for hunting grounds
until later pilgrims arrived and settled the area. This land was previously occupied
by the Delaware Native Americans also known as the Miami Native Americans. Beginning
out as fourteen sections of land, this Quaker town progressively industrialized,
taking off with the fur trade economy. A general store was built in 1837, eight
years later the first schoolhouse was built, then in 1846 a post office, but the
populaces were informed that the U.S. Post Office already had another town in
Indiana that was registered under the name of Bethlehem. In 1874, by a
referendum vote of thirty-three to twelve, the town was officially integrated &
adopted the name “Carmel”. It was not until 1883 when the Monon
Railroad was laid through the town that the economy exploded. The rails allowed
for quick transportation of crop goods. The road expansion of the 1960’s
created a huge boom for the city. In the next decade, Carmel annexed twenty-one
properties & still continues expanding to this day.

Today some well-known parks are the Cool Creek Park which is
a popular place for people to hang out & see a band perform.  Another other park is the Flowing Well Park
which is also a favorite among the community as well, although it might not be
big or impacting it has a lot of people that love to visit it.  Another huge part of Carmel is the Arts &
Design District, also known as downtown Carmel. This area is hugely popular
among families & teens to hang out & has been recently revamped to
create a more commercialized, small-town feel. 
In this area, there is the Public Library which is another place that
people love to visit & spend their time in downtown Carmel.  The Monon Center is a large outdoor water
park with many indoor pools & a fitness center that the community of Carmel
greatly enjoys.  This center connects to
the Monon Trails which replaced the Monon railroads & is now used to
exercise on or enjoy leisurely. Carmel’s most popular location though is
probably Clay Terrace.  Located ideally
along Keystone Parkway which is a major road that connects nearly everything in
Carmel together, it is a booming mall that is visited by everyone in the area
for anything they need.


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