Take A Hike To An Iowa Cemetery That’s Like The Miniature Arlington

Arlington National Cemetery might be the most famous final resting place in the world. Home to war heroes, historical figures, and even Presidents, it’s both a graveyard and an attraction where countless people come to pay tribute each year. But if you want to pay tribute to Iowa’s own fallen heroes, the city of Keokuk holds a smaller but no less beautiful cemetery only a hike away from the city center.

Have you paid your respects at the Keokuk National Cemetery? Are there any other less-known national cemeteries you think are worth a visit? Let us know in the comments section. Administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs through Rock Island National Cemetery, Keokuk is open for visitors from dawn to dusk, so visit their official website to learn more before you pay a visit.

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Address: Keokuk National Cemetery, 1701 J St, Keokuk, IA 52632, USA