About Quaker Ridge

Located just 20 miles Northeast of downtown Indianapolis, Quaker Ridge is an established community adjacent to Ironwood Golf Club in beautiful Fishers, Indiana. It is a diverse and close-knit neighborhood of 65 custom, single-family homes on lots ranging in size from under 1/2 an acre to over 1 acre. With convenient access to I-69, Quaker Ridge is only minutes from Geist Reservoir, downtown Fishers, and Fort Harrison State Park.

Where We Live, Work, and Play

The City of Fishers is a suburb of Indianapolis, Indiana, located in Hamilton County and was named #1 Place to Live in the US by Money Magazine in 2017. With a population just under 100,000 Fishers is one of the fastest growing communities in Indiana and has received national accolades for entrepreneurship, livability, and safety. Check out the local resources page for more information about Fishers and the surrounding area!

News and Events

Upcoming Events

QR HOA Board Meeting  – March 20, 2024 @ 7:00

Contact the board for location information

Check out visithamiltoncounty.com for a list of fun activities happening in Fishers and Hamilton County this fall. Fishers Parks is also a great place to find events happening any time of year – check them out at playfishers.com!

Recent Events

Check out some photos from our recent events here at Quaker Ridge! We like to have fun and keep our neighborhood beautiful, and we love volunteering and giving back to our community. Be sure to watch for information about our upcoming social and community events. We hope to see you there!

In July we welcomed Daniel’s Family Vinyard and Winery and Porkopolis BBQ to the neighborhood for some excellent food and lovely refreshments! 

Everyone got together on a beautiful night in August for some much needed R&R. The Urban Artisan visited the neighborhood to offer a fantastic selection of delicious food!

Neighborhood and Community Involvement! Please join us for the next beautification day or community food drive!

History

Leslie Morgan holding Sawyer while standing on their lot and eventually their home site. 

Quaker Ridge started to take shape in the mid-90s as construction on the first homes began on property that was once farmland.

View from Running Meade subdivision overlooking pond in Quaker Ridge section 2

In April 2017, in order to more effectively manage their own interests,  the residents of Quaker Ridge separated from The Legends of Geist and created a smaller HOA for the 65 homes within the neighborhood. The transition has allowed homeowners and the HOA to focus more attention on the immediate needs of Quaker Ridge.