Saying Dyer, Indiana is a burgeoning community for young families is quite the understatement. Recently cracking CNN and Money Magazine’s "Top 100 Places to Live" at #97 (one of only two Indiana cities to do so,) Dyer is on the up-and-up. With golf-course neighborhoods boasting beautifully rich scenery and wonderful family homes as well as mid-size suburban family neighborhoods, Dyer is one of the best places in America to raise a family.
With a population of around 16,000, Dyer is a progressive and family-oriented community. Founded in 1855, there is plenty of history in this city to go around. Did we mention Dyer is considered part of the Chicago metropolitan area? You’re only a hop, skip, and a jump away from one of the most visited, cultural, and overall just fun cities in not just America, but also the entire world. Be sure to visit the Dyer Dog Park to let your pooch sweat it all out. Indulging in libations? Grab a martini at Vino Tini or a beer at the Engine room!
If you’re interested in visiting Dyer before making the move, book your trip during Dyer’s popular Summerfest, a festival in the city featuring wonderfully tasty food, carnival rides, live music, and a movie in the park! Dyer’s "Leisuregram" will point you in the direction of their seemingly endless list of sports, dance, and other recreational activities that are available year round to your kids. With the Dyer Amtrak Station taking you anywhere from Washington D.C. to New York City, forget a road trip! Not interested in taking the long route? Dyer’s vicinity to Chicago’s O’Hare and Midway airports will have you flying direct routes to international hotspots such as London, Tokyo, and Shanghai to name a few. Serviced by the Lake Central School Corporation, Dyer is home to many high-rated elementary, middle, and high schools, making this city a destination for families of all ages. If you’re a fresh family or just looking for a new start in a humble and inviting city, Dyer is the place to be