Elkader Main St. the beating heart of Elkader and the business centre of Elkader.
This keystone bridge is known as the longest of its type west of the Mississippi River. It is 346 feet long and was built of locally quarried limestone in 1889.
The Clayton County Courthouse, built-in 1867-68, is an example of "Italianate" style architecture. The light red brick structure rests on a foundation of limestone blocks quarried five blocks away.
The Turkey River is the centerpiece of Elkader's scenic beauty. It is also a wonderful recreational resource for residents and visitors.
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