Cities in Hamilton County, Indiana

Located just north of Indianapolis, Hamilton County includes four cities: Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville and Westfield. Each community has its own distinct personality and offerings that make them ideal for a Midwest getaway.


A regular chart-topper for Best Places to Live, Carmel, Indiana, encompasses the arts, outdoor fun, local food and drink and more.

Top attractions include the Carmel Arts & Design District, Carmel City Center, the Palladium at the Center for the Performing Arts and the Monon Trail.


A hub for innovation, Fishers is a fast-growing city that has never been more vibrant as it is today.

Top attractions include the Nickel Plate District, Conner Prairie, IKEA and Topgolf.


It’s easy to see why Noblesville has been branded as a “hipstoric” city, with the walkable downtown with a view of the old courthouse, surrounded by local coffee and brunch spots and boutiques.

Top attractions include the Historic Noblesville Square, Nickel Plate Arts, White River Canoe Company and Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center.


Westfield, Indiana has gained national recognition for its sports facilities and outdoor activities, in addition to a growing local foodie scene.

Top attractions include Grand Park Sports Campus, the Monon Trail and the Midland Cultural District, home to a collection of restaurants along Park Street.

Northern Towns

The towns of Atlanta, Arcadia, Cicero and Sheridan collectively make up the northern portion of Hamilton County.

Top attractions include Strawtown Koteewi Park, Lisa’s Pie Shop, Mr. Muffin’s Trains and the new Nickel Plate Express.

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