Founded in 1860
Nestled along the banks of the Turkey River, Spillville was a village founded by a German that grew into a refuge for Czechs. This small Czech village became a retreat for composer, Antonin Dvorak.
Today, Spillville is a small town in the northeast corner of Iowa nestled among the soft rolling hills of the Turkey River Valley. A dedicated community of families strive to preserve the rich history, heritage and Czech culture.