AAA Editor Notes
Tobacco Valley Historical Village, 4 Dewey Ave., features a collection of late 19th- and early 20th-century buildings, each of which contains historical displays and artifacts. Among the structures assembled in this parklike setting are a general store; a log house; a church; a railroad depot; a one-room school; a library; a fire tower; and Eureka's first log cabin, built in 1891. Also on the grounds are a covered wagon, antique farm equipment and a Great Northern caboose.
Walking trails lead visitors along the banks of the Tobacco River.
Picnicking is permitted.