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Living in Culver Evansville

Culver is the 27th most walkable neighborhood in Evansville with 1,377 residents.

Culver is somewhat bikeable.

Nearby neighborhoods: Goosetown, CCIA, Tepe Park, Wheeler, Glenwood, Old Erie and Bellemeade Bayard Park.

Nearby Culver Apartments on Redfin

48 Walk Score of Culver, Evansville, IN

Culver is a Car-Dependent neighborhood

Most errands require a car.

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Most errands require a car in Culver Evansville.

Culver is the 27th most walkable neighborhood in Evansville with a Walk Score of 48.

Find apartments in Evansville's most walkable neighborhoods: Helfrich, Lamasco and Lincoln Park.

Culver Evansville Apartments for Rent

Culver Neighborhood Ranking

Compare Culver to other Evansville neighborhoods.

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Population

25 Cedar Hall 50 - 63 1,992
26 Spring Park 48 - 55 660
27 Culver 48 - 53 1,377
28 Hilltop 46 - 22 572
29 Willemette 39 - 51 1,230

Eating & Drinking

There are about 7 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in Culver.

People in Culver can walk to an average of 0.2 restaurants, bars and coffee shops in 5 minutes.

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53 Bike Score of Culver, Evansville, IN

Culver is Bikeable

Some bike infrastructure.

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