Maquoketa’s Dance Hall Cave Once Hosted Dances, and Native American Councils
MAQUOKETA, Iowa- The newly reopened Maquoketa Caves State Park, has some of Iowa State Park’s most interesting geology, and history. “The park was actually dedicated in 1933, that’s when it became a state park,” said Park Ranger Scottt Dykstra. “It started many years before that, by women’s group in Maquoketa.
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