Located on Hwy. 136 near the banks of the North Fork of the Maquoketa River, linking highways 20 and 52, New Vienna is the gateway to scenic northeast Iowa. Nestled within the rolling hills and rich farmlands of Dubuque County, the citizens of New Vienna embrace the American traditions of a proud, hardworking, friendly community.
New Vienna is home to 38 businesses, ranging from small factories to one-man operations. You’ll want to spend some time at New Wine Park, located one mile south. This county park offers camping facilities with electrical hook-ups, a picnic area with shelters and a total of 182 acres of hiking or cross-country skiing. Fishing in the Maquoketa River is another feature of New Wine Park. Constructed in the 1850’s, the Heritage House Museum features 23 rooms of period antiques, quilts, and collections. You’ll find the museum on Highway 136 in New Vienna.