Cleo's Ferry Museum and Nature trail: A unique place to visit and see lots of bronze sculptures, a hillside garden chapel, angel figurines and buildings filled with artifacts of yesterdays.
The nature trail is a one mile trek where you can meet an eclectic assortment of statues, maybe thousands of bird houses. Cleo has a rainbow set on top of the hill to remind her of the day she and her husband signed their marriage license.
Formerly, this location was the where you would take your horse and buggy to ride the ferry across the river. After the bridge was built, the ferry became obsolete, so Cleo and husband built a homestead at the site.
In 1966, Cleo opened the site to the public to offer encouragement and laughter, Christian ideals and reminders of how the world has changed in the last hundred years.
Come take a tour of the playground of bronze children playing baseball, riding bikes, walking on stilts. Take a seat with Einstein, Mark Twain, Shakespeare, Abraham Lincoln or Ben Franklin. Bring a picnic and enjoy the quiet.
The museum buildings are sometimes open on Saturdays in June, but call first.
The nature trail is free, donations accepted. No dogs are allowed on the premises.