Fishers Farm is located in Delaware township.

Some interesting facts about Fishers Farm:

  • The site of Fishers Farm at 141st Street and Cumberland Road was once a farm

  • Fishers Farm was established in 1997 by Arbor Homes

  • Fishers Farm consists of 103 homes

  • Fishers Farm has six streets: Bruddy Drive, Mary Court, Lucille Court, Fireside Lane, Frontier Street, and Oak Grove Court

  • Bruddy was the name of the farmer's dog

  • Lucille and Mary were the names of the farmer's daughters

Fishers is known for several of the area's top attractions, such as the Conner Prairie Interactive History Park, Fishers Train Station and Geist Reservoir. And while many parts of Fishers have modernized, a distinct “old town” feel still exists in the Nickle Plate District, near the Fishers Train Station.

In 1802, William Conner settled what is now Fishers. Conner built a log cabin and a trading post along the White River. The land that Conner settled is now known as Conner Prairie and is preserved as a living history museum.

Fishers, Indiana, formerly known as Fishers Station and originally as Fishers Switch, came into being in June of 1872 when Salathiel Fisher divided his land into town lots.

As of the 2010 census the population was 76,794, and by 2019 the estimated population was 95,310. A suburb of Indianapolis, Fishers has grown rapidly in recent decades: about 350 people lived there in 1963, 2,000 in 1980, and only 7,500 as recently as 1990. Today, the estimated population is 95,310.

Fishers is one of the best places to live in America, according to MONEY's Top 10 Best Places to Live 2019. MONEY ranked Fishers as number 3—the only Indiana city to make the top 10.

Fishers Farm is a wonderful community.