WELCOME TO NOBLESVILLE
A city where tradition meets innovation, Noblesville cultivates culture, commerce and community while celebrating our hometown feel and city appeal.
Noblesville, Indiana is located North of Indianapolis in Hamilton County, about a 30 minute commute to downtown. While being close to Indianapolis, Noblesville offers all the advantages of vacation living. Morse Reservoir offers boating, swimming, jet skiing, paddle boating, and of course fishing! Visit the public beach at Morse Park Beach. The park has a playground, picnic areas, docks, and a disc golf course! A spectacular display of fireworks are shot off over Morse every 4th of July.
The centerpiece of Downtown Noblesville is the charm of the courthouse square and the original courthouse(completed in 1879) and the Hamilton County Sheriff's Residence and Jail (constructed in 1876). Both buildings are fabulous examples of the Second Empire style featuring mansard roofs. Sites and buildings in Noblesville that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places include the Hamilton County Courthouse Square, the Catherine Street Historic District, Cole-Evans House, Conner Street Historic District, William Houston Craig House, Daniel Craycraft House, Dr. Samuel Harrell House, Holliday Hydroelectric Powerhouse and Dam, Nickel Plate Road Steam Locomotive No. 587, Noblesville Commercial Historic District, Noblesville Milling Company Mill, South 9th Street Historic District, Judge Earl S. Stone House, and Robert L. Wilson House.
Forest Park also offers golf, multiple playgrounds, an aquatic center, a Merry-Go Round, tennis, basketball & volleyball courts, a skateboard park, miniature golf, baseball fields, pavillion rentals & free concerts & movies in the park during the summer!
Hamilton Town Center is an outdoor mall where you will find many popular stores and restaurants. Klipsch Music Center; an outdoor amphitheatre that hosts all the biggest names in music during the warmer months! All of this as well as 5 star schools, low crime rates & the proximity of Indianapolis for major league sports, additional shopping, museums & other entertainment options.