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Located about 25 miles northeast of Indianapolis’ downtown, Noblesville boasts a population of more than 55,000 residents. And like the rest of southern Hamilton County, Noblesville is growing thanks to very good schools, a wide variety of housing stock and a laid-back suburban vibe.
Noblesville’s charming downtown centers on the town square, which is dominated by the striking county courthouse, completed in 1879. The historic districts in and around downtown date to the late 19th and early 20th centuries and were built during Noblesville’s natural gas boom. Noblesville also has a lot of newer subdivisions that are connected by a series of walking trails, which makes getting around by foot and bike easy.
The southeastern shore of Morse Reservoir dips into Noblesville. Locals enjoy the public beach there—a nice amenity for landlocked Hoosiers. Most of the waterfront housing on Morse is owned by permanent residents, and prices start around $325,000 and can reach upwards of $1 million.
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Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center—Formerly known as Deer Creek Music Center, this outdoor amphitheater is well-known throughout Indiana for the major musical acts it brings to the Indianapolis area. Ruoff holds about 24,000 spectators. Purchase lawn seats and enjoy concerts under starry skies, or get close to the action with pavilion seats.12880 E. 146th St.
Rosie’s Place—A cute little bakery and café located on the Square, Rosie’s is well-loved for its gooey butter cookies, friendly ambiance and delicious dishes. In our opinion, everything on the menu is amazing. If you visit for brunch, be sure to get a special mimosa—blueberry is our favorite. 68 N. 9th St.
Morse Park and Beach—Unlike Geist Reservoir, Morse Reservoir boasts a public beach and park. Located on Morse Lake’s southeastern shore in Noblesville, the park offers swimming at the beach, fishing, and a boat dock. Playgrounds, picnic areas and trails also dot the park. For extra fun in the water, check out the Water Adventure Park on the premises. Don’t forget your sunscreen! 19777 Morse Park Ln.