magazine’s Top Places to Live in 2006, Indianapolis boasts city culture while maintaining a small Midwestern town feel.
For your best dating bets, explore the city and enrich yourself by enjoying all that Indianapolis has to offer.
If you prefer your nightlife with a side of sophistication, end the evening at your rented loft in the Massachusetts Avenue area.
Singles with kids or anyone craving a little more peace and quiet might enjoy Castleton or Meridian Hills.
As a bonus, just a quick 20-minute trip from these near north suburbs puts you back into the thick of things.
2) Head for the Water Some of the most scenic areas in landlocked Indianapolis involve water.
The downtown Canal and White River State Park feature a three-mile pedestrian loop, perfect for holding hands and taking in the great city architecture or a peaceful view of the river.
The area surrounding the canal houses the Indianapolis Zoo, Victory Field, the NCAA Hall of Champions, and the IMAX, so bring your date and make a day of it, then finish up with a romantic gondola ride or an outdoor concert at the Lawn.
If your special someone really loves the outdoors, then reconnect with nature at the Eagle Creek Park and Reservoir.
Give windsurfing a try, rent a Hoby, go fishing, or feel the burn with cross-country skiing.
And for the spectator in you, kick back and watch one of the park’s national rowing competitions or triathlons.