Mill Race Park

Mill Race Park is a city-owned park located in Columbus, Indiana (Bartholomew County) where the Flat Rock and the Driftwood rivers join together (forming the east fork of the White River) in downtown Columbus.

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... Mill Race park is composed of 83 acres (340,000 m2) including a playground and an 84 ft (26 m) observation tower ... The land is subject to severe annual flooding, during which sixty percent of the park is under water ... a loop road around the perimeter of the park, path systems, and two small lakes connected by a wooden bridge ...

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