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Donnellson, Iowa

  • Historic Hills Corridor

    Donnellson is the head end for this scenic corridor that heads west on Highway 2 to Davis City at Interstate 35. Enjoy the rolling hills and redbud trees. ...
    Historic Hills Corridor
  • Mormon Trail

    Donnellson is located along the first 265-mile segment of the 1846 en masse movement of the Mormons from Nauvoo, IL to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake. ...
    Mormon Trail
  • Waubonsie Trail

    The Waubonsie Trail was the first hard road crossing the state of Iowa. It was built in 1911. It began by heading off from the Plank Road in Keokuk and went toward Donnellson. It continued north to Pr...
    Waubonsie Trail

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Donnellson Depot Museum

The old depot in Donnellson is open during Apple Daze or by special arrangements with City Hall. Contains Donnellson historical items. Donnellson historical or genealogical information can be found at the Library, at 319-835-5545

Donnellson, IA Railroad History

Kathy's Pumpkin Patch

Visit our working farm just one mile east of Donnellson, Iowa, where we feature over 175

Donnellson, IA Mazes


Mormon Trail

Donnellson is located along the first 265-mile segment of the 1846

Donnellson, IA Historic Trails

Waubonsie Trail

The Waubonsie Trail was the first hard road crossing the state of Iowa. It was built in 1911

Donnellson, IA Historic Trails

Things to do near Donnellson, IA

Observation Deck

Historic swing span bridge is now a lighted observation deck with picnic tables....

Historic Hills Corridor

Donnellson is the head end for this scenic corridor that heads west on Highway 2 to Davis City at Interstate 35. Enjoy the ro...

Daniel McConn Barn

Iowa's only Pennsylvania Dutch double-decker bank barn. Built in 1857 with hand-laid stone and hand-hewn timbers joined with ...

Catfish Bend Riverboat Casino

This 1500-passenger Mardi Gras-themed riverboat offers more than 1,200 slot games, all featuring ticket-in, ticket-out, along...

Pearson House

Home built in 1840s was station on the Underground Railroad....