The Jackson County Historical Society was founded April 25, 1903 when prominent citizens in the county met in Maquoketa.
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-Full Size Gym for games, leagues, pick up and events
-Total Aquatic Center with zero depth entry, lap lanes, family fu
The 61 Drive In Theatre & Voy 3 Theatre are both local family businesses providing quality, family friendly, budget friendly entertainment to all! Top NEW movies, delicious popcorn you can't beat!!
Visit the Hurstville Lime Kilns to learn more about limestone mortar. The kilns were once part of the company town Hurstville.
Lakehurst Dam has beautiful scenic views, great fishing, and river access for canoes and kayaks. Don't miss watching the sun set over this beautiful attraction.
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Maquoketa Caves is probably Iowa's most unique state park. Its caves, limestone formations and rugged bluffs provide visitors a chance to ''step back'' into geological time thousands of years.
The Jackson County Fair Association is dedicated to promoting the agricultural, equestrian, horticultural, industrial, creative arts, sciences and educational opportunities while providing quality ent
The 11.2 acre park has a 2 acre pond, a 40-50 foot bluff that goes through the middle of the property in a North-South direction and has Prairie Creek running through the Eastern boundary.
Canoe and kayak enthusiasts can take advantage of a well-developed and maintained river trail system along the Maquoketa River in Jackson County.
Located next to Briggs Elementary School, the playground at Little Bear Park was recently redesigned and rebuilt by the Maquoketa community
Rose Frantzen is represented by Old City Hall Gallery in Maquoketa, Iowa, where she shows with her husband, Charles Morris.
With rotating exhibits and numerous opportunities for creativity and entertainment, Maquoketa Art Experience is a must-see destination for visitors as we expand our offerings to our town and region.
The Maquoketa Farmers Market is held on Tuesday evenings from May 14th until October 15th at the Ohnward Fine Arts Center in Maquoketa, Iowa.