Fort Wayne, the second largest city in Indiana, is the epitome of excitement; capturing its beauty though the ever-evolving skyline and developing riverfront, the artistic atmosphere of the city through its 2,471 seat performing arts Embassy Theatre, the family environment through its nationally-known Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo, the cultural scene though a multitude of festivals and events, and the community pride through Parkview Field (home of the Tin Caps) in the heart of downtown. Traveling into the Southwest Aboite Township you can expect to find people out-and-about on the scenic Fort Wayne trails (90 miles of multi-use trails); whether it is to the class-A ranked Southwest Allen County public schools, many local restaurants, churches, or parks!

With sidewalks stretching throughout the entire neighborhood, Inverness Lakes has a very family-friendly environment. Beautiful trees and small lakes fill the neighborhood, giving it a very scenic and aesthetically pleasing atmosphere. Inverness Lakes, conveniently located on the Fort Wayne Trails, is a short distance from Covington Plaza, Jefferson Pointe, I-69 highway, and the Fort Wayne Airport.