Here Are 9 Of The Tiniest Still-Living Towns In Indiana

Do you ever get curious about some of the small towns throughout Indiana? Like, sure, there are those small towns that everyone thinks of when they think of “small towns,” but the smallest of the small are so tiny that you’re not likely to find them on a whole lot of destination bucket lists, or maybe even a map. Here are those towns – the smallest towns in Indiana where everyone (literally everyone) will know your name. They aren’t quite ghost towns – in fact, they’re still very much alive.

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So, what do you think? Are you interested in learning more about these towns or, perhaps more intriguingly, what other towns are among the smallest in our state? Here is our source for this article’s numbers, where you can find plenty more information as well.

Interested in larger towns and bigger cities? Check this article out for some of the ones you just HAVE to visit.

Have you ever been to any of these itty-bitty towns? Tell us about them in the comments.

Address: Westphalia, IN 47578, USA
Address: Spurgeon, IN, USA
Address: Patriot, IN 47038, USA
Address: Macy, IN 46951, USA
Address: Buck Creek, IN, USA
Address: Stinesville, IN, USA
Address: Monterey, IN, USA
Address: Pine Village, IN 47975, USA
Address: Spring Lake, IN 46140, USA