While offering small town ambience, Zionsville also provides art and culture including art galleries and antique shops. Shoppers can also and take time out for a snack or meal at one of the downtown restaurants where Italian cuisine, deli, tap rooms and wine bars are available.
Families looking to relocate to Zionsville are likely to hear about the numerous family-centered organizations and festivals the town is known for. Among the local organizations are boy scouts and girl scouts, youth rugby, a lacrosse club and little league and soccer clubs. The town further has a long list of women’s clubs and senior citizens clubs. Moving to the area will work well for families with children, as 45.5 percent of the town’s population has children under the age of 18.
The town is well-known for annual festivals such as the annual July Fourth fireworks hosted by the local Lion’s Club. The display is so grand people from across Indiana come to see the fireworks and hear the concerts that take place beforehand. A second festival we recommend is the annual Fall Festival featuring a parade of the town’s sports teams and organizations as well as the middle and high school marching bands. The Lion’s Club sponsors the annual, week-long Fall festival that features rides, games and food.
The Mills Team can help direct you to the best locations in this town that blends small town atmosphere with art, culture, and regularly scheduled activities.
One benefit of living in Zionsville is the close proximity to several highly-rated universities. Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis is a mere 10 miles away, Purdue University is 50 miles away, and Ball State University and Indiana University-Bloomington are both just 60 miles away. It’s no wonder 66 percent of Zionsville’s population has attained a Bachelor Degree or higher.
Among the many features that draw home buyers to this area is the low crime rate. Zionsville has one of the lowest crime rates in Indiana, as well as in the U.S. The safe atmosphere, highly-ranked schools, friendly, small-town community chocked full or art galleries and antique shops makes Zionsville a very desirable place to put down roots.
Golfers can relax and play nine holes at the Zionsville Golf Course which opens in March each year. Golf leagues are available as are season passes.
While small town living appeals to many people, especially those raising children, Zionsville, Indiana offers more than just homes in a small town or rural setting. This small town provides a charming shopping and dining experience in a town with extraordinary, successful schools and a population focused on higher education as well as community involvement and activities.