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Boone (Iowa)

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Boone is a city in Central Iowa

Understand[edit]

Boone is the birthplace of First Lady Mamie Eisenhower, and home of the IMCA Super Nationals.

Nearby communities include the cities Boone (pop. 12,811), Madrid (pop. 2,211), and Ogden (pop. 2,011).

Get in[edit]

Interstate highways I-35 and I-80.

Get around[edit]

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  • Boone & Scenic Valley Railroad, 225 10th St, (toll free: +1 800-626-0319), [1].  edit
  • Ledges State Park, (4 mi S of Boone), [2]. Popular park featuring canyons and bluffs, with the Des Moines River flowing through it. 13 miles of trails to go along with fishing, canoeing, and 95 campsites.  edit
  • Farm Progress Shows
  • Iowa Municipal Band Festival
  • Play a challenging game of disc golf at McHose Park [3].

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Get out[edit]

Ames, about 20 miles away, is a college town with some attractions.


Routes through Boone
Missouri ValleyDenison  W noframe E  AmesCedar Rapids


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