Northeast Region

Home to approximately 790,000 people, Northeast Indiana is an 11-county region that fits all kinds of lifestyles. Enjoy Fort Wayne’s vibrant downtown, the slower pace of smaller communities like Angola, or find outdoor adventure in the northern lake counties.
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Fort Wayne, the region’s hub and Indiana’s second-largest city, consistently ranks as one of the best places to live in the U.S. and boasts some of the nation’s lowest cost of living.

What to Do in Northeast Indiana

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What to Do in Northeast Indiana

The Northeast Indiana region has something for everyone and is a great place to raise a family because of excellent schools, parks, and museums. And you’re also only a couple hours away from several big cities with lots to do, including Indianapolis, Detroit, and Columbus.

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There Are So Many Reasons to Call Northeast Indiana Home

Northeast Indiana has a vibrant urban core and is home to Indiana’s second largest city, Fort Wayne. The downtown area features a growing arts campus, the No.1 ballpark in the minor leagues, live music, and a busy nightlife.

If the city isn’t for you, more rural counties like Adams, Allen, Huntington, and Wabash offer a quiet, laid-back lifestyle featuring lakes and rivers, as well as agritourism destinations like Joseph Decuis Wagyu Farm.

Hoosier Home Base is Northeast Indiana’s veteran hub, but you can find more detailed information on our county pages:

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Nearly one-third of the $38 billion global orthopedic industry is headquartered in Kosciusko County.

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