Cass County Historical Society - Bonanzaville USA
Bonanzaville USA is a picturesque restored pioneer village, a self-contained city consisting of 43 buildings on 12 acres that exhibits life in 1880s Dakota Territory. The area displays a country school, country church and log home, and the 1881 home of David H. Houston, inventor of roll-type film used by Eastman-Kodak. Host of the region's longest running heritage festival, Pioneer Days, in August. The event features pioneer demonstrations and food, costumed interpreters, live music, children's activities and a parade of vintage automobiles and antique tractors. Has meeting space for 400.