Iowa is the very embodiment of rural America and 90 percent of Iowa's land is devoted to farming. One-fifth of America’s corn production comes from Iowa's rich farm lands. Famous Iowans include John Wayne, Johnny Carson, Glenn Miller and President Herbert Hoover.
Iowa was also the setting for two inspirational, all-American movies – Field of Dreams and The Bridges of Madison County. Visit the Lansing Farm - the setting for 1989's baseball movie of the year and feel like you are right on the set of Field of Dreams. You can also trace Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep's steps through the six covered bridges of Madison county.
The people in this mid-western state will tell you they are the friendliest you will find anywhere, so a warm welcome awaits you.