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The Hoosier State encompasses 23.4 million acres, just over 36,481 square miles. Located in the Midwestern region of the United States, Indiana’s southern border is formed by the Ohio River. Its western border is formed in part by the Wabash River. Neighboring states include Michigan to the north, Ohio to the east, Kentucky to the south, and Illinois to the west. Indiana is appropriately called the “Crossroads of America,” as four major Interstate Highways (I-65, I-69, I-70, and I-74) intersect in this central location.

“Indiana” means “Land of the Indians” or “Land of Indians.” In 1763, the English took over the territory that now includes Indiana after the French and Indian War. In 1816, Indiana became the 19th state admitted into the United States.

Indiana is nicknamed the “Hoosier State,” most likely, in honor of a contractor named Samual Hoosier. Tasked with building a canal along the Ohio River in the 1820s, Hoosier preferred to hire laborers from Indiana. They became known as “Hoosier’s men,” and the nickname was eventually shortened to just “Hoosiers.”

Indiana is made up of 92 counties. Indianapolis is the capital and the largest city, well known for its sports teams and the Indy 500. Fort Wayne, in the northeastern area, is the second-largest city.

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Brown County, IN
A Successful Indiana Wedding Venue and Vacation Rental Business For Sale on 120 Acres in Brown Co. Indiana. A unique opportunity to own an established, highly profitable and turnkey wedding venue business with a calendar of solid bookings through 202...
119.95± Acres
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$3,600,000
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Cass County, IN
The Cass County 505 is a 505 acre property located just east of Logansport, Indiana. This property features a breathtaking 88 acre lake with beautiful blue water and picturesque rock walls. The lake features a boat ramp that follows a long shallow sh...
505± Acres
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$3,000,000
Clay County, IN
Clay County 312 is a mixed use residential, recreational, timberland located near Brazil, IN 47881. This property truly does have it all and then some. To start, the property has 2 homes. Home number 1 was built in 1997. It has 2464 square feet with ...
312± Acres
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$2,700,000
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Steuben County, IN
After nearly 25 years, a heavily trafficked facility is for sale!! Sitting on State Road 20 between Angola, IN and I69 makes this a great location for your future business. The 52+/-acre agriculture zoned property offers a potential multi-business op...
52± Acres
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$2,395,000
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LaPorte County, IN
The Glennhaven Country Estate offers 48 +/- acres of equestrian lover's paradise. The entrance to this property is a winding blacktop drive that works its way up to the 5,933 sq ft home with 4 beds and 3.5 baths. The open concept living area offers h...
48± Acres
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$1,794,900
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Shelby County, IN
Land for sale in Shelby County, Indiana - 111 acres borders the Indiana Grand Casino! This property completely lies within a flood plain, however the soils are quite productive. Most of the soil is Westland Clay Loam (0-1% slopes) type soil which pro...
111± Acres
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$1,790,000
40 Acres Pendleton, IN, Zoned Commercial & Residential, 1/2 mile I69
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Madison County, IN
40+/- Acres in Pendleton, IN. This 40 acres is part of the new Master Zoning Plan for Pendleton. Part of the land is Zoned Advanced Manufacturing & Technology District the other part is Multi-Family Residential District.The property is located ju...
39.73± Acres
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$1,750,000
Under Contract
DeKalb County, IN
Sitting just north of Fort Wayne, Indiana in Dekalb County is this 122 +/- acre property that offers recreational, tillable income, and rural living opportunity. With Indiana properties being divided into smaller acre parcels with increasing frequenc...
122± Acres
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$1,625,000
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DeKalb County, IN
Sitting just north of Fort Wayne, Indiana in Dekalb County is this 122 +/- acre property that offers recreational, tillable income, and rural living opportunity. With Indiana properties being divided into smaller acre parcels with increasing frequenc...
122± Acres
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$1,625,000
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Henry County, IN
Check out this rare, one-of-a-kind jewel in East Central Indiana offering a great mix of open pasture and woods.  This Henry County farm has a 1,104 sq ft cabin with 1Bd/1Ba, kitchen, laundry/mud room, loft, and a beautiful open 23x23 family roo...
93.14± Acres
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$1,500,000
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Wabash County, IN
Escape to the northwestern part of Wabash County to this beautiful country cabin! This 2,792 Sq Ft cabin with 3 beds and 2.5 baths sits just southwest of Silver Lake, IN on 77.89 +/- acres of land. The cabin offers an open living concept area with so...
77± Acres
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$1,150,000
Under Contract
Washington County, IN
LARGE FARM! Come check out this nearly 270 acre farm with unlimited potential located on State Road 135 approximately 5 miles north of Salem. This farm has highway frontage, large hunting cabin (no water or electric, 2 barns, wash house, (with water ...
269± Acres
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$1,074,500
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Shelby County, IN
Land for sale in Shelby County, Indiana - 82.5 acres with approx 67 tillable acres is less than 1 minute from Indiana Grand Casino!  This property completely lies within a flood plain, however the soils are quite productive.  Most of the so...
82.5± Acres
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$999,000
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Owen County, IN
A rare find located in rolling, scenic, Owen County, IN 47431.  This 56-acre property features a beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 full bath 1,926 square foot home overlooking a stocked 3-acre pond.  There are stunning views throughout the home overlo...
56± Acres
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$949,999
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Starke County, IN
Check out this 154 +/- acre tract in the heart of Starke County just east of Knox, IN 46534. The property sits just east of State Road 23 on Division Road. The property's terrain is mostly flat with multiple wooded draws with hidden fields. It consis...
154± Acres
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$925,000
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Orange County, IN
Orange County Country Paradise Built in 2000 with sturdy 100% real brick construction, this 5850 square foot home has room for the whole family and friends. There are 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths, a great room that has a kitchen, living and dining areas,...
52± Acres
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$859,000
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Shelby County, IN
Land for sale - 28.5 acres in Shelby County, IN borders the Indiana Grand Casino!  The property is in a flood plain, however the location is prime.  There are approx 16 acres of land currently being farmed.  Brandywine Creek runs throu...
28.5± Acres
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$799,000
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Jasper County, IN
Home & Land for Sale - 40 acres mixed Tillable & Hunting - Jasper County, Indiana. 628 Meridian Rd., Rensselaer, IN 47978. If you are looking for a home with a "out in the middle of nowhere feel", it is hard to beat this beautiful home and pr...
40± Acres
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$799,000
Under Contract
Morgan County, IN
Not often does a large tract of remote, recreational property come available that provides a reasonable, quick commute to the greater Indianapolis area. But this property will check-off many boxes for those who seek a beautiful, remote wooded trac...
115.37± Acres
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$747,500
Tillable Land for Sale - 89.6 Acres Roann, Indiana Wabash county
Under Contract
Wabash County, IN
Perfect for any farmer or investor! Tillable Land for Sale - 89.6 total acres, 88 tillable Acres Roann, Indiana (Wabash County). Located south of Roann, Indiana 3 miles on 700 W, just north a 1/4 mile from 400 N. Two tracts measuring 59.22 acres acce...
89± Acres
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$712,000
Madison County, IN
Location, Location, Location...24+/- Acres of prime real estate in the highly sought after Lapel / Frankton School District along HWY 32 and 600 W. With over 1300 ft of Road Frontage along HWY 32 and over 850 ft of Road Frontage along 600 W. A proper...
23.67± Acres
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$710,000
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Morgan County, IN
LOT #3 - 37+/- acre farm consists of close to 35 +/- acres of tillable in Madison Township, Morgan County, IN.This could be a tremendous development opportunity as gas, water, electric, and fiber are available along Kitchen Road.Cash rent $260/ Acre ...
37± Acres
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$662,300
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Fountain County, IN
A beautiful 95-acre property with a 1568 square foot home is now available in Fountain County, IN near Kingman 47952.  The well-maintained home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms and sits back off a long, secluded driveway.  The driveway ...
95± Acres
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$650,000
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Madison County, IN
40 acre property in Pendleton, IN. This property is located on Madison Ave and HWY 36 in the Pendleton School System in Madison County, IN. The parcel has 37 acres of tillable ground and over 500 feet of road frontage on Madison Ave. This parcel woul...
40± Acres
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$600,000
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Regions

Indiana is divided into three major land regions: The Great Lakes Plain (northern third), the Tipton Till Plain (central third), and the Southern Hills and Lowlands (southern third).

Agriculture in Indiana

An 11.1 billion-dollar industry, agriculture continues to be Indiana’s top revenue generator. There are approximately 56,649 farms in the state, covering 14.9 million acres of Indiana. The average size farm comprises 264 acres. Agriculture makes a significant contribution to all 92 counties, as more than 80% of the land is dedicated to farms and forests.

Indiana’s most valuable crops are corn and soybeans, generating approximately $6.4 billion in combined sales. Fun Fact: Indiana produces about 20% of the nation’s popcorn supply. The state also grows substantial quantities of wheat, hay, and tomatoes. Most of the cropland is found in the northwest area of the state.

Pork, poultry/eggs, and dairy make up the largest livestock products in Indiana. With over 3,000 family pork farmers, meat production generates approximately $1.62 billion in sales. Poultry and eggs create about $1.18 billion in sales. Dairy produces about $750 million in sales.

The Hardwoods industry is another very important commodity in Indiana, contributing more than $10.4 billion to the state’s economy. Indiana continues to be a leader in conservation and sustainability efforts, ensuring forests continue to thrive for years to come.

Fish grown in Indiana include trout, baitfish, ornamental fish, game fish, crustaceans, and mollusks, and contribute about $6.2 million in sales.

Indiana is also experiencing an increase in award-winning wineries.

Wildlife

Indiana’s varied topography lends itself to a wide variety of abundant wildlife. The dense forests are home to black bears, coyotes, bobcats, and cottontail rabbits, while the grasslands are an ideal environment for bison and white-tail deer.

Northern pike, striped bass, catfish, muskie, gar, and walleye are just a few of the species found in Indiana’s rivers and streams.

Major Rivers & Lakes

Indiana rivers include the Big Blue River, Blue River, East Fork White River, Eel River, Flatrock River, Kankakee River, Maumee River, Mississinewa River, Ohio River, Patoka River, Salamonie River, St. Joseph River, Sugar Creek, Tippecanoe River, Wabash River, Walnut Creek, White River, and Whitewater River.

Lake Michigan, the largest lake in Indiana, is located on the northwest border with a surface area of approximately 14.3 million acres (22,406 square miles). Other significant lakes include Brookville Lake, Mississinewa Lake, Monroe Lake, and Patoka Lake, which together exceed 19,552 surface area acres.

State and National Parks

Indiana has 24 state parks and three national parks.

The Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail also runs through Indiana.

National Parks

  • George Rogers Clark National Historical Park
  • Indiana Dunes National Park
  • Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial
Indiana State Summary
Nickname The Hoosier State
Neighboring States Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Illinois
Regions The Great Lakes Plain, the Tipton Till Plain, and the Southern Hills and Lowlands region
State Flower Peony
State Bird Cardinal
Big Game Deer, turkey
Small Game Fox, rabbit, squirrel, pheasant, quail, snipe, and woodcock
Freshwater Fish Blue gill, white bass, flathead catfish, perch, salmon, trout
Hunting Information https://www.in.gov/dnr/fish-and-wildlife/hunting-and-trapping/
Total acreage 23.4 million
Total public land acreage 4.5%
Average annual rainfall 38.1 inches
Farmland by acreage 14.9
Woodlands by acreage 4.5 million
Coastline

40 miles of Indiana Dunes National Park lakeshore
45 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline
Conservation program https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/in/programs/conservation+reserve+program/#:~:text=The%20Conservation%20Reserve%20Program%20
Primary Crops Corn and soybeans
Main Rivers Blue River, Maumee River, Wabash River, and White River
Largest Lake Lake Michigan
Other Lakes Brookville Lake, Mississinewa Lake, Monroe Lake, and Patoka Lake
Major Rivers Big Blue River, Blue River, East Fork White River, Eel River, Flatrock River, Kankakee River, and Maumee River
Other Tributaries Mississinewa River, Ohio River, Patoka River, Salamonie River, St. Joseph River, Sugar Creek, Tippecanoe River, Wabash River, Walnut Creek, White River, and Whitewater River

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