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Secluded 11 acres with A-frame cabin in the Villages of Van Buren County. Wrap around deck overlooking wooded area with stocked pond on-site for fishing. Near Amish country and numerous leisure activies, folk arts and stores

Lacey-Keosauqua State Park borders the property. Lacey-Keosauqua State Park is one of the largest and most picturesque of Iowa state parks and recreation areas. The park's 1,653 acres of hills, bluffs and valleys wind along the Des Moines River in Van Buren County in side the park is Ely Ford on the Morman Trail going West. There are abundant trails, wildlife, native burial mounds, senic views of the river and public beach.

Lake Sugema 1 mile down the road. This is a 574-acre lake and is stocked with largemouth bass, bluegill, black crappie, channel catfish, and saugeye. Surrounding the lake is the Indian Creek Wildlife 3,000 acre wildlife area. This area is meant for public hunting, fishing, hiking, birdwatching, cross country skiing, picnicking, nature study, primitive camping and other fun in the outdoors. 

Keosauqua Iowa a natural place to come and unwind it has a timelessness to it. Come to the Villages and discover all that is Iowa. Laid out in 1839 the word Keosauqua derives from the Meskwaki and Sauk name for the Des Moines River, "Ke-o-saw-qua", which literally translates as "Bend in the River". The Hotel Manning, a three story relic from the Des Moines River's steamboat days, is Keosauqua's most notable landmark. Also located in Keosauqua are many other notable historic sites. The 1847 Pearson House was a stop on the underground railroad.  The Honey War was fought south of Keosauqua in what is now Lacey-Keosauqua State Park. Lacey-Keosauqua is one of the largest state parks in Iowa and was built by the Civil Conservation Corps during the Great Depression. Keosauqua hosts its annual Fall Festival the second full weekend in October.

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