One website recently named the best small town in each state, do you agree or disagree with what was chosen for Indiana?

Small towns are really a hot topic lately. When it comes to Indiana, we have no shortage of them. Everyone has small-town pride nowadays. As someone who is from a small town in Indiana, I am proud of where I come from. Boonville, Indiana is a great place to raise a family and to call home. I don't care what anyone says.  Recently we have covered many of these small towns in articles such as the worst small towns in Indiana, an Indiana small town that makes you feel like you are in a Hallmark movie, the best must-visit small town in Indiana, and HGTV naming this Indiana town as the most charming in the state.

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You might think that the same Indiana small town was honored with these accolades, but it seems like with each article, it's a different small town. That's certainly the case here. Last year, one website said that the best small town in Indiana was Madison. You can check that out by clicking here. However, another source claims that they have found the best small town in Indiana. When it comes to the town chosen for Indiana, it could be a small town that you're familiar with, one that you've never heard of before, or one that you completely agree or disagree with. I'll let you be the judge of that part.

Best Small Town in Indiana

According to World Atlas, says that the best small town in Indiana is none other than Nashville. I have been to Nashville, Indiana a few times, and for a small town, there really is a lot to see and do there. From the delicious food, numerous shops, and everything in between, there is something there for everyone in the family to enjoy. Plus it's not far from Brown County State Park, which is perfect for camping and more outdoor fun.

Oh, and if you are looking for great things to see and do in the Fall, Nashville and Brown County is the place to visit. It's absolutely beautiful that time of year. Brown County has been nicknamed the “Little Smokies” because of the area’s resemblance to the Great Smoky Mountains. There, you'll find nearly 16,000 acres of rugged hills, ridges, and fog-shrouded ravines.

If you have never visited Nashville, Indiana, you need to add it to your bucket list no matter what time of year. For those who are looking into doing some traveling this year, you might want to also check out some of the other best small towns in America. You can view those by clicking here.

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A majority of these towns were given their names in the mid-to-late 1800s as settlers making their way across the country found unclaimed plots of land and decided to make them their own. While I imagine they thought the names they came up with were innocent, and perhaps a tribute to something in their lives, pop culture has warped our minds to the point since then that we can't help but think of something about the town that was never intended by its founders. Take a look at this list. I guarantee there's at least one name that will make you chuckle.

Gallery Credit: Ryan O'Bryan

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From Holland to China, Cuba to Switzerland, and everywhere in between, several towns across the Hoosier State borrow their names from countries and cities around the globe.

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