Keokuk Tourism

In the southwestern region of Iowa lies a small city in the county seat, Keokuk. As per the Census recorded in 2020, the population of Keokuk was nine thousand and nine hundred people. Keokuk was named after the city's chief, Sauk Keokuk. After his death, he was buried in RandPark. Keokuk is located at the junction of the Mississippi River and the Des Moines River. There are several popular cities situated alongside Keokuk. Visitors often appreciate the beauty and architecture of Fort Madison. Due to the landscape, people started shifting to move into the city. Today, it is one of the major metropolitan cities in the entire area.

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