An early settler from Blencoe, Canada named this peacefully quiet small town of 224 people.
Standing along the Soldier River hosting 226 people, The city was named for J. R. Moorhead, a first settler.
Soldier was so named from a nearby unmarked grave of a soldier. This community hosts 174 people as of 2010 and is positioned along the Soldier River.
Home of the Whiting Warriors, this community has a population of 762 and is the famous production location of the 1984 film: Children of The Corn.
The name Castana was selected by an early settler who believed it to be a Latin word meaning “chestnuts”. As of 2010, 147 people called Castana home.
Known for the Widest Main Street in the USA, and Home of the Eskimo Pie, Onawa gets its name from a character mentioned in the poem “The Song of Hiawatha.” 2,998 people call Onawa home.
68 Iowan people live in this community named after Turin, Italy. Also referred to as the “Heart of the Loess Hills.”
Named for its close vicinity to the Maple River, Mapleton is home to 1,224 people.
Home of the popular recreation area, The Rodney Pits, this community of 60 is a small gem on the northern edge of Monona County.
Named for the native Ute people, this small Monona County community is nestled along the soldier river with a population of 374.