Located in Boone County just 18 miles north of Indianapolis, Zionsville is known for it’s village style downtown and Main street is still brick paved.
Zionsville is a great place to live with good schools, friendly neighbors and all the amenities you’d expect from one of Indiana’s finest communities.
Zionsville Arts - Zionsville is home to the Sullivan/Munce cultural center which includes 12 art galleries, including The Sanctuary, home studio of internationally renowned artist, Nancy Noel. Zionsville has the annual Lincoln Park and Lions Park free music concert series every summer. Each year the Zionsville Lions Festival is attended by over 25,000 visitors.
Schools – Zionsville residents take great pride in the award-winning Zionsville Community School System. The combination of teachers, parents and the support of the entire community have kept the school system recognized as one of the very best in Indiana. Zionsville schools have ranked in the Top 5 Indiana School Districts for the past 15 years, with a 97% graduation rate.
Parks & Golf Courses - Zionsville has over 400 acres dedicated to public parks, include playgrounds, a splash park, skateboard park, sledding hill, riding stables, numerous sport fields and courts, picnic areas, golf course, fitness trails, and nature trails. The Zionaqua private swim club is home to hundreds of local families. Golfers can relax and play nine holes at the Zionsville Golf Course which opens in March each year.
Shop & Dine – Zionsville Main Street is the place to find a collection of shops, galleries and restaurants. Boone Village Shopping Center includes a full service grocery store, hardware store, restaurants, and several smaller merchants. Zionsville restaurants include everything from family meals to gourmet dining with plenty of dining locations in the immediate area. Major shopping centers are minutes to the east in Carmel and south in Indianapolis.
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