Avon, Indiana lies just five miles west of downtown Indianapolis in Hendricks County. Accessible from three major interstates, Highways 70, 65, and 74, Avon offers convenience and easy access to city amenities while still maintaining its own suburban style.
Avon has made a name for itself as a family-friendly community with top-notch schools. Students enjoy brand new state-of-the-art facilities at Avon High School. The Avon High School marching band is known across the state and beyond, ranked as the number one marching band in the state five times as well as number four in the country.
The convergence of interstates in Avon provides opportunities for businesses to flourish. With over 600 businesses including both local retail shops and large national chains, living in Avon keeps shopping convenient for busy families.
Avon is also home to two public parks, both larger than 70 acres. Washington Township Park features a splash pad and bike trails, and Avon Town Hall Park features Indiana’s only outdoor tennis tables as well as an 18-hole disc golf course. In addition to the parks, Avon’s Perennial Gardens offer outdoor enjoyment for families. With over five acres of gardens, the facility is popular for weddings. It also includes a retail center with a variety of trees, flowers, and shrubs for sale.
Avon places a strong focus on its public schools where both education and extracurricular activities are key. Seven elementary schools, two intermediate schools, and two middle schools feed into Avon High School. Students enjoy brand new state-of-the-art facilities at Avon High School. The Avon High School marching band is known across the state and beyond, ranked as the number one marching band in the state five times as well as number four in the country. The Avon High School drum line and color guard have also earned a variety of accolades.