For the creative, the sports aficionado, the artist, the athlete, the socialite, the musician — the pet-lover, the movie-expert, the storyteller and the life-long learner — Robin Run Village is home to all. We take pride in the variety of interests, hobbies and passions that all come to life through our residents and the excitement they bring to our events and activities.
Retirement is the perfect time to find new ways to be inspired and to make meaningful friends — so don’t miss a moment. With programs and opportunities designed for the abilities and preferences of our residents, we make it easy for you to plan your day around what matters to you most. Take advantage of all the fun, laughter and connections we share here at Robin Run. A few of our favorite activities include:
Once you cast a line in the fishing pond and take in the scenic, pastoral countryside, you’ll never believe that Indianapolis is just around the corner. A nature lover’s dream, you can stroll along the protected woodlands, mile-and-a-half nature trail or, really, anywhere on the 86-acres of gently waving tree branches and grassy fields.
Feel the rush of an Indianapolis Pacers basketball or Colts football game in the city, amble the River Walk by the canal or stop in the boutiques, restaurants and art galleries on Mass Avenue. With a state park right in the city, you’ll find opportunities to enjoy the quiet of nature or the bustle of a metropolis all in one day. Some of our favorite stops include:
James Naismith may have invented basketball, but Indiana made it famous. Robin Run Village’s Ron Gilbert was the IndyStar sports reporter for the Milan-Muncie state championship game, which was later made legend in the movie Hoosiers. When asked if he’d seen the movie, he responded, “No. The sequel is never as good.”