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Knoxville, Iowa

Pella Convention and Visitors Bureau

I CHOOSE KNOXVILLE

Knoxville is a small town with all the offerings of a large city. From world famous sprint car races to award winning restaurants and breweries, Knoxville has something for everyone.

Peace Tree Brewing Company is dedicated to brewing handcrafted, full-flavored beers with a great attention to quality.

Racing Passion

Springtime through fall, the roar of engines fills the Knoxville air and race fans flock to see cars fly around the track for the best sprint car racing in the world

The museum was opened in 1991 in turn two at the world famous Knoxville Raceway and operates year-round seven days a week for race fans to come in and learn more about sprint car racing.

Top Destinations

Explore these activities near Knoxville Iowa.

Whether you love history, culture, or recreation, there are so many fun things to do and see in Knoxville!

Scholte House Museum & Gardens

728 Washington St. Pella, IA. 50219

Cordova Observation Tower

Tallest observation tower in a public park in the Midwest: 106 feet tall, 170 steps to the top!

1378 HWY G-28, Otley, IA. 50214

 

Vermeer Mill

Working 124-ft. windmill from the Netherlands with museum displays & views from the top.

714 E 1st St. Pella, IA. 50219

East * Drink * Race * Play

1230 State Highway 14, Knoxville, Iowa 50138

Bos Landen Golf Course

3422 BOS Landen Dr. Pella, IA. 50219

Lake Red Rock

1105 North HWY T-15, Knoxville, 50138

 

Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge

9981 Pacific St Prairie City, IA 50228

Video Tour Of Knoxville Iowa

Knoxville is a city in Marion County, Iowa, United States. The population was 7,595 at the time of the 2020 census, a increase from 7,313 in the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Marion County. Knoxville is home of the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum, located next to the famous Knoxville Raceway dirt track.