The Heritage Park of North Iowa is a 91 acre site located on the south edge of Forest City Iowa. Their goal is to preserve the heritage of this area, educate and entertain, and promote tourism for the area.
They have steam engines both large and small as well as prairie tractors and other equipment. They have regular events at the park such as the 34th Annual Steam Threshing Festival and Rumely Expo which will be held 14-17 September. People come from all over for this event.
Typical gas station from the 20's and 30's.
Beaver Creek Church is a typical Scandinavian church built in 1890.
Typical Iowa schoolhouse from 100 years ago.
Timberland Museum contains the largest Indian artifact exhibit in Iowa and perhaps the country.
Farmstead Barn Museum
The Railroad Museum
The Ice Cream Parlor
The General Store
The Transportation Museum
And if it isn't in good enough shape to exhibit or you can't figure out what to do with it.....it goes here!