WELCOME TO FISHERS
Fishers is located in Hamilton County and is about 20 miles from downtown Indianapolis. Fishers is largely residential and is included within the Indianapolis metropolitan area. Fishers has many attractions like a newly established cultural district, many parks and hiking trails. Exploring the beauty and participating in the arts is one of many things to enjoy about living in Fishers. Below are some of the exciting things to discover while living in Fishers.
WATCH A LIVE CONCERT AT NICKEL PLATE DISTRICT AMPHITHEATER
The Nickel Plate District Amphitheater Is One Of Central Indiana’s Premier Outdoor Music And Event Venues. Each year, it hosts a variety of events including concerts, cultural events, festivals, farmers’ markets, and much more. The outdoor venue is open year-round and is capable of holding performances from a simple acoustic set to an orchestral ensemble to a 5,000 person concert.
PRACTICE GOLFING AT TOPGOLF
Topgolf is a wonderful leisure destination in Fishers, and it is located in Nickel Plate District. It’s a premium restaurant & bar, as well as a golf driving range. But unlike regular ranges, in this 240-yard (219-meter) single course, you get to play a customized version of this game. They have several hitting bays, and you have to aim your shots at the many dartboards like targets on the fairway. The fee is very inexpensive, especially when you book a whole bay for six people.
EXPLORE CONNER PRAIRIE
Conner Prairie is a living history museum in unincorporated south-central Hamilton County, Indiana, which preserves the William Conner home. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and the museum recreates 19th-century life along the White River. The museum also hosts several programs and events, including outdoor performances by the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and summer camps.
ENJOY OUTDOOR RECREATION IN FLAT FORK CREEK PARK
This amazing recreational park in the east of Fishers is freely accessible. The 60-acre forest features 5-miles of hike and mountain bike trails, a 60-foot high sledding hill, some fishing ponds, and three tree-houses; one of which is wheelchair accessible. Even if you lack interest in any of these activities, there is still one reason left; a day spent in nature revives your energy.
EXPLORE NICKEL PLATE DISTRICT, THE CULTURAL HUB OF FISHERS
The Nickel Plate District, a designated Statewide Cultural District, includes a state of the art amphitheater, The Depot and a trail. The Depot at Nickel Plate features luxury apartments as well as dining and shopping. The Switch, currently under construction, will bring more apartments, additional retail space, new office space, a parking garage and a town square plaza connecting the train station. The Nickel Plate Trail, located on the Nickel Plate Line, honors the history of the area by incorporating a railroad track stamp on the asphalt, making it both a practical and visually appealing addition to downtown Fishers.