Indiana February 10, 2017
Blink And You’ll Miss These 11 Teeny Tiny Towns In Indiana
We’re all about small town living in Indiana and are proud to have some really amazing tiny towns to show off. In the Midwest, we like to take life slowly and savor every moment. These 11 teeny tiny towns in the Hoosier state sure live up to that motto!
This itty bitty town is officially the smallest in the state! Westphalia can be found in Knox County and has 202 residents! But they're definitely their own town - they have a post office to prove it.
This town may be tiny, but it sure has that classic Indiana beauty! Located in Pike County, this tiny town is 1,150 square miles and has 207 total residents.
Patriot is a tiny Indiana town in Switzerland County that has a true Hoosier spirit. This town has been through fires, floods, and other devastation, but keeps pressing on, like true Hoosiers. This town is only 950 square miles and has 209 total residents.
There's something slightly magical about the tiny town of Macy. This town was named after former president of the Indianapolis Peru and Chicago Railway, David Macy. It's mostly made up of stunning land and has 209 residents. You'll find this small gem in Miami County.
5. Buck Creek
Originally dubbed Transitville, Buck Creek can be found in Tippecanoe County. This town is little but busy, with a major grain elevator, popular community center, and two churches. You'll find just over 200 residents here.
This little town is right near Bloomington, and is well known for its incredible limestone. You'll find around 210 residents living in this small town.
This town was first called Buena Vista, later renamed Monterey after the battle of Monterrey in 1846. You'll find all 1,211 square feet and 211 residents of this small town in Pulaski County.
8. Pine Village
Located in Warren County, Pine Village is home to approximately 213 Hoosiers. You might know of this town because of their famous 1915 football team (that was actually a pro team).
You'll find this town in Henry County, Indiana, with just under 220 residents. You may have heard of this town in 2012, when they received a Cause an Effect Grant to repair storm damage from 2008.
This teeny town used to be called Lockport, but was renamed Riley in 1911. Approximately 220 Hoosiers live here. You'll find this former coal mining town in Vigo County.
Nestled in Sullivan County, Merom is a gorgeous little town. You'll find the former Union Christian College, Bluff Park, and an amazing cafe here. You'll also find 226 Hoosiers calling this tiny place home.
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