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Spotlight on Fishers, Indiana

Thirty minutes northeast of Indianapolis in Hamilton County, Fishers is considered one of the best towns for families to live in the country according to Family Circle magazine. The town has a small airport, 20 schools at all levels (as well as private schools), and a growing economy with an increasing number of job opportunities. From a population of 350 in 1963 to 82,000 and growing today, Fishers has everything you need with the added convenience of being just a short drive to the big city!

An Active Community

Living in Fishers, you'll find a very active Homeowners' Association, a great selection of community events such as the Freedom Festival and Renaissance Fair, a farmer's market that runs from May through September, and a wide variety of organized team sports for children of all ages.

A Green Community

Fishers boasts 15 parks and natural areas and was dubbed a "Playful City USA" by KaBOOM. The town's Trail & Greenway System has more than 85 miles of trails for pedestrians and cyclists that link parks, schools, neighborhoods, and more! Several playgrounds, baseball diamonds, soccer fields, and basketball courts can also be found along the Trail & Greenway system. Fishers was ranked as...

Fun & Foliage: Appreciating Autumn in Indianapolis

Indiana foliage

With the kids comfortably settled into a new school year, the beautiful Indiana foliage turning the landscape a stunning orange-red hue, and the crisp, frosty mornings of autumn crunching beneath your feet, it’s the perfect time for you and the family to enjoy all that Indiana Fall Festivals and Fairs have to offer.

Nothing says autumn in Indiana like a good old fashioned hay ride through a corn maze. Strap the kids in the car and head on out to Pumpkinfest at The Country Market just north of Indianapolis in Zionsville. Every weekend in October offers the chance to enjoy live bluegrass and mountain music, sample some fresh country cider, get up close and personal with a farm animal or two, or decorate a pumpkin.

If you’re looking for a unique way to view the autumn color, consider taking a historic train ride through the Hoosier National Forest on the French Lick Scenic Railway at the Indiana Railway Museum. Highlights include the 2200-foot Burton Tunnel, magnificent limestone rock cuts, and of course, the natural beauty of the Hoosier National Forest. Get out there and enjoy everything that autumn in Indiana has to offer before the snow flies!

No car, no problem! Appreciating the autumn season doesn't have to involve treks out of the city. If you’re a people person, organizing...