Northeast of Indianapolis, the city of Fishers is a growing suburb poised for even more development in the near future. Downtown Fishers, home to local shops and eateries, will undergo renovations and expand to give families more entertainment options and bring a greater sense of community to this sprawling city. A host of family-friendly attractions draw in visitors and keep residents excited about their town.
Fishers’ most famous attraction is Conner Prairie Living History Museum. A visit to Conner Prairie will transport you to the 1800s with staff in costume, carrying out their chores for the day, never breaking character. Patrons not only observe history, interact with it. Conner Prairie is also home to the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra throughout the summer for its Friday and Saturday night concert series.
For even more outdoor adventures, Fishers has ten different parks with nature and multi-use trails. Your pooch will make some new friends at Pierson Bark Park, a four-acre, privately-owned dog park that is open year-round. In the summer of 2021, the city completed a 9-mile-long pedestrian trail known as the Nickel Plate Trail which provides a unique opportunity to explore the public space.
Businesses in Fishers enjoy the lowest municipal tax rate in Hamilton County. Fishers also boasts comparatively lower utility and construction costs, making the city a prime destination for local business owners.
In 2012, Forbes Magazine named Fishers as one of its Best Places to Move in America. In 2011, Relocate America also named Fishers in its Top 100 Places to Live. The mix of established neighborhoods and new subdivision developments offers something for every family, couple, and single professional. Hamilton Southeastern Schools, the fastest growing school corporation in Indiana, is the recipient of four-star ratings by the Indiana Department of Education. Look for Fishers to grow even more in the coming years.