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NSWC Crane Division, IN | Nearby Cities

    NSWC Crane Division, IN - Nearby Cities

    Bloomfield, IN
    Bloomfield is a town in Richland Township, Indiana with a current population of 2,500 people. The city was established in 1824 and is now the county seat of Greene County. The city is part of the Bloomington, Indiana Metropolitan Statistical Area. Bloomfield is home to the oldest continuously running professional summer theater. The theater has operated non-stop since 1960 with continuously running theatrical productions. Located just 21 miles from the NSWC Crane Division, the town offers a laid-back community environment for those military personnel looking to relocate to the area.

    Homes for sale in the area start at $169,000 for a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Rentals in the area start at a monthly rate of $825 for a one bedroom, one bath unit. Hotels such as the Radisson Hotel Bloomfield and the Sleepy Hollow Inn offer temporary lodging for visitors. Amenities include free wireless internet and complimentary breakfasts with rates starting at $100 a night.

    Local attractions include the Bluespring Caverns' custom boat tours. The tours take visitors for a mile float through great chambers which are home to native blind fish and crayfish. On-board electric lighting guides the tour through passages and endlessly-flowing waters. Overnight camping trips are also offered which offers visitors a chance to sleep 100 feet underground. Visitors will get to walk and crawl through underground caverns not seen on regular tours. The Bluespring Caverns is a family experience for all ages.

    Crane, IN
    Crane is a small town in Martin County with a current population of 203 people. The town got its name from a local resident, William M. Crane. The small town is located about 10 miles from the NSWC Crane Division. Crane offers potential residents a laid-back community in a peaceful environment with just a short drive to dining, shopping, and entertainment venues. The small-town charm makes the town a prime location for those families looking to relocate to the area.

    Homes for sale in the area start at $299,000 for a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Rentals in the area start at a monthly rate of $450 for a one bedroom, one bath unit. Hotels such as the Holiday Inn Express and the Baymont Inn and Suites offer temporary lodging for visitors. Amenities include free wireless internet and complimentary breakfasts with rates starting at $90 a night.

    Local attractions include the Bluespring Caverns' custom boat tours. The tours take visitors for a mile float through great chambers which are home to native blind fish and crayfish. On-board electric lighting guides the tour through passages and endlessly-flowing waters. Overnight camping trips are also offered which offers visitors a chance to sleep 100 feet underground. Visitors will get to walk and crawl through underground caverns not seen on regular tours. The Bluespring Caverns is a family experience for all ages.

    Odon, IN
    Odon is a small town in Daviess County, Indiana with a current population of 1,300 people. The town occupies one square mile with a median annual income of $34,600. Located just 15 miles from the NSWC Crane Division, the town offers a prime location to military personnel and their families looking to relocate to the area. The small-town charm adds to the community appeal and more dining, shopping, and entertainment venues are just a short drive away.

    Homes for sale in the area start at $154,000 for a 4 bedroom, 2 bath home. Rentals in the area start at a monthly rate of $410 for a one bedroom, one bath unit. Hotels such as the Holiday Inn Express and the Baymont Inn and Suites offer temporary lodging for visitors. Amenities include free wireless internet and complimentary breakfasts with rates starting at $90 a night.

    Local attractions include the Bluespring Caverns' custom boat tours. The tours take visitors for a mile float through great chambers which are home to native blind fish and crayfish. On-board electric lighting guides the tour through passages and endlessly-flowing waters. Overnight camping trips are also offered which offers visitors a chance to sleep 100 feet underground. Visitors will get to walk and crawl through underground caverns not seen on regular tours. The Bluespring Caverns is a family experience for all ages.

    Elnora, IN
    Elnora is a small town in Daviess County, Indiana with a current population of 738 people. The median annual income is $33,000 and median resident age is 40 years. The town offers a laid-back community for those military personnel and their families looking to relocate to the area. Elnora is located just 22 miles from the NSWC Crane Division and offers a short and convenient commute to work.

    Homes for sale in the area start at $58,000 for a 4 bedroom, 2 bath home. Rentals in the area start at a monthly rate of $300 for a one bedroom, one bath unit. Hotels such as the Holiday Inn Express and the Baymont Inn and Suites offer temporary lodging for visitors. Amenities include free wireless internet and complimentary breakfasts with rates starting at $90 a night.

    Local attractions include the Bluespring Caverns' custom boat tours. The tours take visitors for a mile float through great chambers which are home to native blind fish and crayfish. On-board electric lighting guides the tour through passages and endlessly-flowing waters. Overnight camping trips are also offered which offers visitors a chance to sleep 100 feet underground. Visitors will get to walk and crawl through underground caverns not seen on regular tours. The Bluespring Caverns is a family experience for all ages.

    Bedford, IN
    Bedford is a city in Shawswick Township, Indiana with a current population of 13,700 people. The city is the county seat of Lawrence County and was founded in 1825. The town got its name from a local businessman, Joseph Rawlins, who had relocated to the area from Bedford County, Tennessee. Bedford is located just 20 miles from the NSWC Crane Division and offers a prime location for those looking to live off base but still have a short commute to work.

    Homes for sale in the area start at $138,000 for a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Rentals in the area start at a monthly rate of $425 for a one bedroom, one bath unit. Hotels such as the Holiday Inn Express and the Comfort Inn Bedford offer temporary lodging for visitors. Amenities include free wireless internet and complimentary breakfasts with rates starting at $90 a night.

    Local attractions include the Bluespring Caverns' custom boat tours. The tours take visitors for a mile float through great chambers which are home to native blind fish and crayfish. On-board electric lighting guides the tour through passages and endlessly-flowing waters. Overnight camping trips are also offered which offers visitors a chance to sleep 100 feet underground. Visitors will get to walk and crawl through underground caverns not seen on regular tours. The Bluespring Caverns is a family experience for all ages.

    Linton, IN
    Linton is a city in Greene County, Indiana with a current population of 5,700 people. The town is a mining community and is located near Terre Haute, Indiana. Early days saw the town as a fur trading city as well as operating small surface mines and strip-pit lakes. In 1952, General Electric built a factory on the southeast side of the city and production continued into the mid-1980s. Linton is located 33 miles from the NSWC Crane Division and offers new residents a small-town community steeped in an historical past.

    Homes for sale in the area start at $134,000 for a 3 bedroom, 1 bath home. Rentals in the area start at a monthly rate of $449 for a one bedroom, one bath unit. Hotels such as the Days Inn Sullivan and the Shakamak Hotel offer temporary lodging for visitors. Amenities include free wireless internet and complimentary breakfasts with rates starting at $77 a night.

    Local attractions include the Linton Music Festival which is a free event that offers entertainment for all ages and musical tastes. The festival operates annually on the weekend before Labor Day. The Carnegie Heritage and Arts Center of Green County offers exhibits that preserve and maintain the history of the region including the Margaret Cooper Public Library which was established in 1908. The town is also home to the Freedom Festival which has been held over the July 4th weekend since 1905.

    Worthington, IN
    Worthington is a small town in Greene County, Indiana with a current population of 1,400 people. The town offers a laid back community and a peaceful environment for those looking to relocate to the area. Just a short distance away, dining, shopping, and entertainment venues are available in surrounding communities. Located just 30 miles from the NSWC Crane Division, the town offers the best of both worlds for those wanting to live off base.

    Homes for sale in the area start at $134,000 for a 3 bedroom, 1 bath home. Rentals in the area start at a monthly rate of $449 for a one bedroom, one bath unit. Hotels such as the Days Inn Sullivan and the Shakamak Hotel offer temporary lodging for visitors. Amenities include free wireless internet and complimentary breakfasts with rates starting at $77 a night.

    Local attractions include the Linton Music Festival which is a free event that offers entertainment for all ages and musical tastes. The festival operates annually on the weekend before Labor Day. The Carnegie Heritage and Arts Center of Green County offers exhibits that preserve and maintain the history of the region including the Margaret Cooper Public Library which was established in 1908. The town is also home to the Freedom Festival which has been held over the July 4th weekend since 1905.