Map of Indiana (IN Map)

Indiana is in the Midwestern and Great Lakes regions in North America. It is the 15th most populous state of all the 50 states in US. The capital of Indiana is Indianapolis.

Indiana State Map

Map of Indiana About Map: Indiana Map showing the capital, state boundary, roads, rail network,rivers, interstate highways, major cities and towns.

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About Indiana

Indiana, the 19th state of the United States, is situated in the Midwestern region of the country. The state is famous for its sport teams and higher educational institutions. The state of IN covers a total area of 36,418 sq miles. The bordering states of Indiana are Kentucky, Ohio, Michigan, and Illinois. An Indiana Map can guide the visitors to every nook and corner of The Hoosier State. The capital and largest city of the state is Indianapolis.

About Indiana Map

The exact location of the state, which is on the eastern corner of north-central United States, is shown in the map. The map also locates the rivers and lakes. Indianapolis, the capital city, is prominently marked. Towns like Anderson, Evansville, Ft. Wayne and St. Bend are also shown along with their respective geographical standing. Other cities and towns such as Scottsburg, Rockville, Madison, Princeton, Kokomo, New Albany, Martinsville, Marion, Lagrange, Gary, Lafayette, Rushville, Bloomington, Monticello, Decatur, and several others are indicated in the Indiana map. The extensive road network of 93,606 miles is vividly marked. Also, the railway routes that collectively cover 4,685 miles are shown on the Indiana map. As a whole, the map offers an all-encompassing overview of the state, especially for those that are visiting for the first time, and is a significant illustrative guide that provides a lot of information regarding the area.

Cities in Indiana

The state of IN houses the following popular tourist destinations:
  • Bloomington - Famous for the Indiana University
  • Indianapolis - Capital of the state
  • Fort Wayne - The second biggest city
  • Evansville - Famous for the University of Southern Indiana and University of Evansville
  • West Lafayette - Known for the Purdue University
  • Gary - A business settlement near Chicago
  • South Bend - Famous for the University of Notre Dame
  • Muncie - Renowned for the Ball State University
  • Terre Haute - Houses the Indiana State University
  • Famous tourist spots include Chain O' Lakes State Park, Brown County State Park, Hoosier National Forest, George Rogers Clark National Historical Park, John Mellencamp's Mansion, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Prophetstown State Park, Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial, and Turkey Run State Park.

    Indiana Interstates

    North-South interstates include: Interstate 15, Interstate 17 and Interstate 19. East-West interstates include: Interstate 8, Interstate 10 and Interstate 40.

    Indiana Routes

    US Highways and State Routes include: Route 60, Route 70, Route 89, Route 89A, Route 93, Route 95, Route 160, Route 180 and Route 191.

    Indiana State Information

    State NameIndiana
    CountryUnited States
    ContinentNorth America
    Capital CityIndianapolis
    Largest cityIndianapolis
    AbbreviationIN, Ind. US-IN
    Joined the UnionDecember 11, 1816 (19th)
    NicknameHoosier State
    Area36,418 sq mi (94,321 km2)
    TimezoneEastern: UTC −5/−4, Central: UTC −6/−5
    Population6,570,902 (2013 est)
    Highest PointHoosier Hill
    Lowest PointConfluence of Ohio River and Wabash River
    Official Websitehttps://www.in.gov/