Northern Hamilton County

Northern Hamilton County is a area of Central Indiana comprised of four largely rural communities full of scenic drives and agricultural heritage.

Towns

Northern Hamilton County is comprised of Arcadia, Atlanta, Cicero (Indiana) and Sheridan. Each town has some notable attractions worth the drive. Hamilton County is located just north of Indianapolis.

Get in

By car

Cicero is north of Noblesville, the Hamilton County seat, on State Road 19, followed by Arcadia and Atlanta. All are within 10 minutes of each other off of SR19. Sheridan is in the northwest corner of Hamilton County, off State Road 38, a few minutes north of Zionsville.

By Plane

In addition to the Col. Weir Cook Indianapolis International Airport, located off of I-70 in Indianapolis, smaller planes can schedule a landing at one of two airports in Hamilton County and nearby Boone County, located just west of Hamilton County. Both offer aircraft charter, sales, rental, catering, flight school and more.

Get around

The region is connected by a series of State Roads and highways. General speed is between 55-70 on interstates and highways, and generally 35 on other roads unless otherwise posted.

See

Museums

Built circa 1828, the log cabin home of George Boxley.

Landmarks and Arts

Do

Festivals

Music

Family Friendly

Outdoors

Golf

Learn More

Buy

Arts and Crafts

Indulge

Eat

Moderate

Cheap

Sweets

Sleep

Connect

For more information about Northern Hamilton County, contact the Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau at +1-800-776-8687 or visit HamiltonCountyTowns.com for a full event calendar and interactive map of destinations, golfing, restaurants, shopping and places to stay.

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