Terre Haute, IN
The Terre Haute, IN terminal is closed. The Bloomington, IN, Indianapolis, IN, and Effingham, IL terminals now deliver to the areas previously serviced by the Terre Haute terminal.
Highlights on moving to Terre Haute, IN!
If moving to Terre Haute is in your plans, you may be interested to know that it’s bordered by the Wabash River on the west and has a population of 60,785. Nicknamed “The Crossroads of America”, Terre Haute is located at the intersection of US Highway 40 from California to Maryland and US Highway 41 from Michigan to Florida. Terre Haute is also within a short drive of Indianapolis and within a days drive of Chicago, St. Louis, Louisville and Cincinnati.
Your move to Terre Haute will also put you near many outdoor attractions: 101 Trees of Indiana is a trail in Terre Haute featuring the trees and shrubs of the area. Dobbs Park Nature Center is perfect for hiking or observing the wildlife of Terre Haute. Fowler Park Pioneer Village is a historical pioneer village with campgrounds, lakes, trails and even a working gristmill!
Moving to Terre Haute – What to expect
- The climate in Terre Haute. With an average daytime temperature of 64 degrees Terre Haute, IN has a perfect climate for those that enjoy mild summers, lots of sunshine, a little snow and an average of 42 inches of rain a year. Complimenting the mild daytime temperatures, Terre Haute’s average evening temperature are around 42 degrees. January is the coldest month with lows in the teens and as much as six inches of snow!
- Getting around in Terre Haute. Terre Haute Transit provides local residents bus service within the city. Indianapolis International Airport is located about an hour from Terre Haute and offers many non-stop flights to areas such as Orlando, Tampa, Phoenix, Dallas, Las Vegas and Atlanta.
- Getting an education in Terre Haute. Graduate and undergraduate degrees are available at several colleges in Terre Haute such as Indiana State University. Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is also in Terre Haute and offers numerous options for higher education. Other colleges in the area include: Ivy Tech Community College and Harrison College.
- Eating in Terre Haute. Terre Haute offers a variety of restaurant choices ranging from American to Mexican and Southwest fare. Some local favorites include: Moggers Restaurant and Pub, J. Fords Black Angus, Ambrosini's Italian Restaurant and Lounge, The Copper Bar and Magdy's. Terre Haute even has a Britain style tea room, A Bit of Britain Tea Room, offering a 4 course English tea and dinner.
- Shopping in Terre Haute. Honey Creek Mall is located in Terre Haute and offers over 90 stores and restaurants for your shopping needs. Honey Creek is anchored by Sears, JC Penney Co., Macy’s and Elder-Beerman. Terre Haute also has several smaller shopping centers such as Honey Creek Commons, Honey Creek South, Plaza North, Sycamore Plaza, Wabash Valley Plaza and many antique stores.
Moving to Terre Haute, Indiana – New Resident Links
Chamber of Commerce
Virgo County School District
Terre Haute Attractions
3522 Perry Blvd
Whitestown IN, 46075