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Locally known as the "Wapsi", this 300 mile river offers endless opportunities for avid fisherman, kayakers, and adventurists.
Boat access is located right next to the bridge and on the far end of the campground. Kayak and canoe access is located by the pavilion in the campground.
Over 15 beautiful sites along the Wapsipinicon river with water, electrical, and dumping station hook ups. Also includes a campground showerhouse and restroom.
Shelter and playground equipment available for open use.
The oldest brick building in Quasqueton with three levels showing exibits of "Days Gone By".
Extensive restoration has been done since this building was acquired in 1989, including becoming handicap accessible.
Admission to our museum is free!
One of 10 Frank Lloyd Wright buildings in the state of Iowa.
Cedar Rock is an excellent example of a well-preserved Usonian estate, which is characterized for living simply and in harmony with nature.
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In honor of our current Military and Veterans's who sacrificed their lives to defend our country.
Relive a piece of American History, learn about our past, and celebrate our current and former service members.
Located west of Quasqueton, the Iron Bridge is one of very few like it remaining in the state. Visitors can read about its special history and enjoy the great outdoors.
Features of this site include stream fishing, river access, hunting, and nature appreciation.
Dedicated to Dennis "Seymour" Hoefer, this park includes a well established baseball diamond, pavilion, and playground area.
Home to Quasky softball tournaments, baseball games, and many other social gatherings.
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