Looking for Indiana apartments for rent? There are plenty available across this diverse state. Even though the largest city, Indianapolis, is the 13th largest city in the US, the majority of Indiana is fairly rural in nature.
Residents can spend a long weekend at a festival, go antique shopping in a variety of charming Indiana towns or enjoy a wealth of artwork at the many world-class museums around the state. Outside, past the seemingly endless farmland in the plains, you’ll find a host of parks and outdoor recreation areas. Indiana also borders Lake Michigan, offering 24 miles of beaches for swimming and boating.
Indiana is known nationally for its sports teams and athletic events, including a rich basketball heritage that reaches back to the early years of the sport itself – this is where high school basketball was born.
Indianapolis is flush with Indiana apartments for rent, big museums, an inordinate quantity of giant monuments and memorials, and a very nice canal walk with paddleboats and public art. It’s also the host city for the Indianapolis 500 (“Indy 500″) race every Memorial Day weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.