b'5 Maharishi VedicObservatoryA truly one-of-a-kind installationreminiscent of ancient observatories such as Maachu Picchu and Stonehenge, the Maharishi Vedic Observatory, located just north of Fairfield, is a 1.5-acre,open-air observatory consisting of gorgeously sculpted concrete and marble astronomical instruments and sundials to show in one compact form the movement of the sun, planets, and stars.6 Bonnifield Cabin 7 Jefferson County8 Carnegie MuseumLocated adjacent to WaterworksWater Trails Explore the rich, eclectic history Park, Bonnifield Cabin stands as thePaddle your way through Jeffersonof Fairfield in the original Carnegie oldest two-story log house in the stateCounty on the beautiful water trailsLibrary building downtown. Discover of Iowa, a testament to the hard work ofin the eastern and southern parts offascinating curios from around the world the settlers who first arrived in Fairfieldthe county. The Skunk River Trailand learn more about the local history in the 1830s. This historic site offersincludes a 10.5-mile stretch throughthrough exhibits honoring local heroes a snapshot of early pioneer life and iseastern Jefferson County, while thesuch as Maj. Mehitable E. Woods.believed to be the site where the city ofCedar Creek Water Trail includes a Fairfield was officially named. scenic, 6-mile section in southern Jefferson County, a perfect opportunity for canoers and kayakers.9 Waterworks Park 10 Johnny Clock 11 Kiwanis Kids DayCome on inthe waters fine!Museum Celebrating the future of Fairfield, Available for family gatherings and a Located in nearby Lockridge, the Johnnythe annual Kiwanis Kids Day is packed quick dip in the hot summer sun. BringClock Museum features a spectacularwith kid-friendly activities, kicking off your fishing pole or kayak and enjoy a daycollection of hand-crafted, wood clockswith a pancake breakfast and including a on the lake. designed and hand-carved by curatorparade, barrel train rides, bouncy houses, John McClain. and much more!12 Bird Watching 13 Vintage Power 14 JeffersonFairfield is a birders paradise withWagon Annual Rally County Parkmany outdoor spots around town servingRev up your enginesyou gearheadsLocated on the southwest edge of town, as perfect opportunities to spot the manywont want to miss the Vintage this 227-acre park features miles ofspecies that call Fairfield homeorPower Wagon Annual Rally every June hiking and biking trails, as well as plentythe ones that make Fairfield a stoppingin downtown Fairfield. See these of opportunities for fishing, camping, point on their long migration. Check outgorgeous, vintage Dodge trucks in actionbirdwatching, and more. Be sure tothe many parks and conservation areasduring the Grand Power Wagon Paradecheck out the parks 75-foot swing bridge around Fairfield and be sure to bring a pairand get an up-close look during the while youre there!of binoculars. open-air truck show on the square.THE VIBE GUIDE OF FAIRFIELD IOWA19'