A small seaside community that’s part of the Port Madison Indian Reservation.

Welcome to Indianola

Known for its 900-foot pier, many artists and retirees call Indianola home. It’s only about ten minutes away from Kingston’s Fast Ferry to Seattle and it’s about seventeen minutes from historic downtown Poulsbo. Indianola is also near Kingston’s popular White Horse Golf Club, which you can even walk to via the White Horse Trail.

Indianola, WA, is a flourishing real estate seller's market, boasting a robust increase in median home prices and a limited property supply. The town's proximity to Seattle and its wealth of amenities, including stunning scenery, hiking trails, and waterfront access, make it an attractive location. As the market is highly competitive, potential buyers in Indianola should act swiftly and secure the expertise of a seasoned real estate agent to assist in their home search. Factors contributing to Indianola's thriving real estate market include a short commute to Seattle, an array of amenities including excellent schools and parks, stunning scenic views due to its Hood Canal location, and easy waterfront access, providing a myriad of activities such as fishing, boating, and swimming.

For those seeking a serene, nature-infused community, Indianola is an excellent choice. The median home price currently stands at $725,000, with potential variations based on the neighborhood, home size, condition, and proximity to the water. Navigate the Indianola real estate market confidently by reaching out to real estate agent Catherine Arlen to guide you in your journey to find your dream home amidst rising home prices and stiff competition.

What to Love

  • Vast outdoor activities amidst nature's grandeur
  • High-value properties due to limited supply
  • Close-knit, engaging community spirit

Local Lifestyle

Living in Indianola is synonymous with embracing a peaceful, rural feel, accompanied by a strong sense of community spirit. The locals, ranging from young professionals to established families, enjoy the calmness and charm of village life without missing out on modern conveniences.
The neighborhood offers an above-average public education system and presents a balanced lifestyle where residents can enjoy the serenity of rural life while still being part of an active, engaging community.

Dining & Entertainment

If you’re looking for a small town, you’ve found it. The local post office and the Country Store are the highlights of this community, and the Country Store is a treasure trove of local products, unique gifts, and delightful souvenirs, making it a must-visit for residents and visitors alike.

Things to Do

Indianola's event calendar is sprinkled with exciting activities throughout the year. The Sandcastle Festival, a part of the famed Indianola Days, is a crowd favorite. It's a time when the community comes together to enjoy a series of events like the community salmon bake, a pet parade, and live music performances, painting a vibrant picture of Indianola's communal spirit.
The Strawberry Festival, hosted by the local church, is another much-anticipated event. This sweet festival allows attendees to purchase either a slice of pie or whole pies that they can freeze and savor all year long, all while enjoying the lovely strains of live music.


Indianola offers access to some commendable schools in the region, including:
  • Kingston High School
  • North Kitsap High School
  • Kingston Middle School
  • Suquamish Elementary School
  • Gordon Elementary School

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Overview for Indianola, WA

3,538 people live in Indianola, where the median age is 43.7 and the average individual income is $41,387. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

43.7 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Indianola, WA

Indianola has 1,478 households, with an average household size of 2.39. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Indianola do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 3,538 people call Indianola home. The population density is 673.21 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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50.73 / 49.27%

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