What to visit, while staying in Fayette? To get an idea, check out the list below, which contains a few of the most populal and favorite attractions, that can be found in or near the city.
>> Volga River Recreation Area, which provides outdoor enthusiasts with the perfect setting for a relaxing nature getaway, with friends or family, featuring 2 main picnic areas, one on the north end, and the other down by the primitive campground, dozens of camping areas and hiking trails.
Visitors can also enjoy various recreational oportunties, including hunting, fishing, boating, canoeing, a beach and a swimming area also being planned in the future, along the eastern shore of the lake.
>> Amish Community, which can be found 25 miles, southwest of Fayette, where visitors can farms and a five mile stretch of shops that sell a variety of hand-made goods, including harnesses, dried goods, quilts, baked goods, and lots of oak furniture.
>> Fayette County Historical Museum, situated at a distance of 8 miles, north of Fayette, on HIghways 150, perhaps, the perfect attraction to visit, while staying in Fayette, in order to get acquainted with the local and regional history and culture.
>> World's Smallest Church, located at a distance of 20 miles, north of Fayette, in Festina, IA. The world's smallest church, which can only seat about 8 people, is no longer in active service, but is maintained by a local family and open year-round.
Among the top places to shop near Fayette, IN, there are:
Crossroads Center: 2060 Crossroads Boulevard, Waterloo, IA.
Dillard's: Ste 300, 2060 Crossroads Boulevard, Waterloo, IA.
College Square Mall: 6301 University Avenue Cedar Falls, IA.
Main Street Mall: 322 Main Street, Mc Gregor, IA.