Welcome to Fishers

Offering convenient access to downtown Indianapolis, the city of Fishers can be found northeast of the city. Interstate 69 and 465 run right through Fishers and provide quick and easy access to nearly every area of Indianapolis and other major interstates. The first resident of Fishers settled in 1802 and now nearly 66,000 people call Fishers home.

The Hamilton Southeastern School District services the Fishers area with two high schools, three junior high schools, three intermediate schools and 12 elementary schools. From grades kindergarten to twelfth grade, students in the Hamilton Southeastern School District have access to a wide variety of learning programs and experiences including special education, Advanced Placement and foreign exchange.

When it comes to recreation and leisure activities, Fishers offers an extensive trail system and fourteen parks, sports fields and nature centers. Residents of Fishers of all ages can participate in a wide variety of recreation activities from dance classes to sports leagues to summer camps. Nearby Geist Reservoir provides residents and visitors with plenty of options for water recreation and activities including swimming, fishing and water sports.

Area attractions include the award-winning outdoor living history museum, Connor Prairie. Throughout the year, Fishers sponsors various activities including the Fishers Freedom Festival during the 4th of July, the Fishers Farmers Market and the Fishers Renaissance Faire. Fishers is also full of shopping and dining options. Hamilton Towne Center, an outdoor shopping experience, can be found just north of Fishers right off Interstate 69 and the Castleton Mall is only minutes south of Fishers. Restaurants ranging from chain franchises to local establishments can be found all over the city.