A hidden gem in Clive, Iowa, Swanson Memorial Park is a small green space and historic train depot. It is maintained by the Clive Historical Society and is open every day. It is free to visit and offers free wi-fi. You can also visit the historic caboose and old houses in the park. The park is an area of beautiful green space with picnic tables, a train depot, and an old-time house. The Clive Historical Society maintains the park and it is free to the public. The park is open daily, and free wi-fi is available. There's also a beautiful buckeye tree nearby, a perfect spot to relax and enjoy the beautiful weather. Visit this link for more information.
The park is home to the Clive Historical Society, which manages the depot and general store. The diorama is closed to the public, but the park is free to visit. See here for information about The Living History Farms In Clive, Iowa.
The Clive Historical Society, in partnership with the Clive Public Art Commission, is hosting an unveiling of new public art. The mural will feature Clive's history. The Clive Historical Society and the Clive Community Foundation will fund the project.