The Cedar River Is An Iconic Part of Iowa’s Remarkable Landscape

Iowa is a state with history shaped by water – the mighty Mississippi River forms our eastern border, and the understated and beautiful Missouri River has created a western border that’s absolutely stunning. In between, dozens of rivers carve their way through the plains, shaping our landscape as well as our lifestyles. One of the most beautiful and impactful is the Cedar River. This 338-mile long tributary to the Iowa River is a true natural wonder.

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Address: Cedar River, United States