Spencer Live Cam

Situated at the confluence of the Ocheyedan and Little Sioux rivers

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  • Grand Ave Community Outreach
  • 605 Grand Avenue - Spencer
  • Iwoa 51301 - United States
  • (712) 580-4732
  • [email protected]
  • https://www.gacoutreach.com/

The First Clay County Fair

Whether you're here for a day, or ready to set down roots for a lifetime, you'll find Spencer a warm and welcoming community.

Built on the backbone of our hardworking founders, Spencer continues to be a community which looks to the future while honoring our past. From our state-of-the-art manufacturing plants to our eclectic mix of shopping and cultural attractions, Spencer is equipped to serve your every need, be it work or play.

Come explore our unique Art Deco-inspired downtown. Take a minute to admire the newly installed downtown streetscape, which reflects that heritage. Stroll through our shady residential neighborhoods. Chances are, one of our friendly residents will call out a greeting!

Here in Spencer, residents feel they have the best of all worlds. While our shopping and business sector is thriving, with plenty of employment opportunities, there's also plenty of things to fill their down time. Folks can hop on their bikes and in minutes be communing with nature along our over nine miles of trails. Two outstanding 18-hole golf courses beckon, and the Spencer Family Aquatic Center offers a refreshing dip on a hot summer day.

Each September over 300,000 people attend the Worlds Greatest Clay County Fair in Spencer to experience the treasures and entertainment, take part in educational exhibits and discover our agricultural background. The Clay County Regional Events Center is another major entertainment and meeting facility situated on the Clay County Fairgrounds.

Spencer is a great place to Live, Work and Play, with plenty of places to play!

A place to lay your head for the night means a comfortable, relaxing evening in one of Spencer's lodging destinations. From Charming B&B's to hotels/motels to modern campgrounds, there's a place to suit everyone's needs!

From great food fast to fine dining in a comfortable atmosphere, Spencer offers a wide range of dining options. For breakfast, lunch or dinner, you're sure to find something to please any palate!

Spencer was added to the National Park Service National Register of Historic Places in 2004, with it's mix of Art Deco and Mission Revival styles of architecture on Grand Avenue. In November of 2004 downtown Spencer was also designated a Cultural District by the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs.



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