City Hall (319) 267-2245 Population 1029 Allison is the county seat. Main Street offers a grocery store, pharmacy, restaurants, service stations, convenience store, and more shops to make your visit enjoyable.
City Hall (319) 347-2425 Population 1128 Main Street offers restaurants, convenience store, tea room, gift shops, a quilt Shop, and more. Aplington is "Northeast Iowa's Best-Kept Secret!"
City Hall (641) 894-3402 Population 74 Aredale is a small farming community. Main Street has a bank, farm elevator, Bar & Grill, and other farm related businesses. The Aredale city park offers a shelter house and playground area.
City Hall (641) 775-3261 Population 160 Bristow is a small farming community. The Memorial Park features a shelter house, new attractive playground area, plus basketball courts and a ball diamond near by. Bristow is the home of Paul "Ed" Yost, the father of the "Modern Hot Air Balloon", and you can also find what is said to be Iowa's smallest church, the "Little Valley Church".
City Hall (319) 278-4531 Population 1439 Clarksville residents enjoy the newly developed Volunteer Park which offers two shelter houses, and access to the Rolling Prairie Bike Trail. The popcorn stand uptown is a tradition during weekend evenings in the summer. Businesses include antiques stores, quilt shop, grocery store, meat market, pharmacy, several eateries, convenience stores, and auto repair.
City Hall (641) 857-3411 Population 637 The business district includes a grocery store, pharmacy, convenience store, bowling alley, restaurants and more. The city park offers a shelter house, playground, and restrooms, plus lots of beautiful shade for your picnic. On Wednesday and Saturday evenings in the summer you can visit an old fashioned popcorn stand downtown.
City Hall (641) 816-4631 Population 1130 Greene residents enjoy boating and other activities on the Shell Rock River as it winds it's way through town. Perrin Park is located along the river near downtown and offers 2 shelter houses, gazebo, tennis courts, and a boat ramp. The charming business district offers a landmark department store with quilting supplies, grocery store, variety store, pharmacy, auto parts, hardware, convenience stores, and more for your visit.
City Hall (319) 983-2548 Population 516 The town of New Hartford is only a few minutes from Waterloo/Cedar Falls. The Community Park has a shelter house, playground area, baseball diamonds, and lots of shade for your picnic and to relax. New Harford is also the home of U.S. Senator Charles Grassley. You will find restaurants, a convenience store, bank, auto repair and more.
City Hall (319) 346-2262 Population 1870 Visitors can enjoy the city park that boasts three shelter houses, a playground, and plenty of shade. Depot Park offers picnic areas, wild flower plantings, and the historic railroad depot and caboose. Parkersburg has a vibrant business district with a grocery store, hardware, convenience store, gift shops, restaurants, and others businesses travelers will enjoy.
City Hall (319) 885-6555 Population 1296 Visitors will enjoy the beauty of the Shell Rock River. McCague Memorial Park has tennis courts, ball diamonds, and a shelter house. Hoyt Elliot Memorial Park is near the river dam. You will find a shelter house, and a deck overlooking the river. Jeffrey Paul Rasmussen Memorial Park boasts a paved trail. Businesses include a convenience store, restaurants, and more.
Lodging in our towns...
Emerald Door Inn
Newly remodeled motel
Perrin Inn Bed and Breakfast
Open in 2016!