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Located 17 miles northwest of downtown Indianapolis, affluent Zionsville is nestled around a brick-paved historic village replete with colorful Victorian cottages and locally owned shops. With a population of about 14,000, Zionsville offers a variety of housing stock, from starter homes and condos beginning in the $200,000s to multimillion dollar estates. Outside of the Village, most houses are found in planned subdivisions, which provide a plethora of newer single-family homes and plenty of amenities, such as community pools, greenspaces and walking trails. Horse farms and rural properties can also be found in Zionsville.
For a town its size, Zionsville has a large number of parks and nature preserves that provide access to a variety of outdoor activities, including kayaking, canoeing, biking and nature watching. The 3.5 mile Zionsville Big-4 Rail Trail is extremely popular too for walking, biking and dog walking. Zionsville prides itself on its tight-knit, family-friendly community and its excellent public schools, which rank among the best in the state.
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Zionsville Farmers’ Market – Located in the heart of Zionsville’s village, the Zionsville Farmers' Market features more than 35 vendors who offer locally grown produce, as well as breads, pastries, cheeses, eggs and meat. Enjoy live music and special events too! Open 8-11 a.m. every Saturday morning after Mother's Day through September. Hawthorne and Main, Zionsville
Christmas in the Village – Zionsville’s annual holiday celebration includes visits with Santa, a parade, carriage rides, carolers and much more! Downtown Zionsville
Fourth of July Celebration at Lions Park – With tons of kids’ activities, food, music and, of course, spectacular fireworks, more than 14,000 people come out every year for this Zionsville tradition. 115 S. Elm St., Zionsville
Ice cream at The Scoop – Head to Main Street in the Village for the best ice cream around! With flavors like salted caramel, carrot cake, yellow cake batter and chocolate malt supreme, it’s hard to stop at one scoop at The Scoop! 305 South Main Street, Zionsville
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