Here are suggestions for things to do around Morse Lake when the boat is out of gas. Also be sure to see our places to eat webpage.1. Visit Conner Prairie . Conner Prairie is a large, open-air living history museum made up of five distinct historic areas, a modern museum center and over 1,400 acres of natural beauty. Conner Prairie's mission is to serve as a local, regional and national center for education and activities exploring the lives, times and values of the 1800s in America. In the summer, take in a 'Concert on the Prairie'
2. Walk the trail at Potter's Covered Bridge in Noblesville. Map . A 30-acre park featuring Hamilton County's only remaining covered bridge. The park features trails, picnic area, and a visitors center.
3. Shop Downtown Noblesville. Over 50 specialty shops, including antique malls, collectibles, coffee shops and restaurants have helped restore luster to the square around the old courthouse in downtown Noblesville.
4. Visit the Indiana Transportation Museum . The Indiana Transportation Museum is a non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve Indiana's railroad history, educate the public in the history of the railroad, and provide our visitors with an opportunity to experience railroad travel as it used to be. It is staffed by knowledgable volunteers enthusiastic to share this history with visitors.
5. Attend a Concert at Deer Creek / Verizon Wireless Music Center / Klipsch Music Center. You'll need to plan ahead, but some of the biggest names in rock and country music perform every year.
6. Picnic at Morse Park and Beach (operated by the Hamilton County Parks and Recreation Department) or Red Bridge Park in Cicero. Watch for car shows, old boat shows and events held often at Red Bridge. Morse Lake Park on the east side of the lake at 196th Street is ideal for a cookout, with covered shelters and cooking areas. Plus, fishing is great off the shore at both parks.