One of Indianapolis' oldest parks, Holliday Park, located along the banks of the White River, is a major urban resource encompassing 95 acres of woodlands and trails. The park's wooded areas contain natural springs and wetlands, a woodland pond and a long approachable stretch of the White River, a climax beech-maple forest and over 400 tree, plant and wildflower species. Bird watchers have listed more than 200 species in the park. In addition, deer, fox, beaver, rabbits, squirrels and many other native species reside in or pass through the park's heavily wooded, plunging ravines. Amenities: nature center, playground, trails, arboretum, extensive native gardens.