Enjoy these attractions found in Jones County:
- Great Jones County Fair
The Five Best Days of Summer in July at the Monticello City Park/Fairgrounds.
- Stone City
A historic district with classic stone buildings.
Stone City Foundation
- Galleries and Museums
- Area Parks
The following sites in Jones County are listed on the National Register of Historic Places:
Four miles east of Anamosa on Highway 64.
- Freemont Mill Bridge
Pedestrian path over small pond in Central Park.
- Hale Bridge
100th Street over Wapsipinicon River in the Oxford Junction vicinity.
- Lower Road Bridge
Buffalo Road over brand of Wapsipinicon River in the Anamosa vicinity.
- Moore's Ford Bridge
24th Avenue over White Water Creek in the Monticello vicinity.
- Anamosa Public Library
100 E. 1st Street.
- Dr. Martin H. Calkins House & Office
Washington & Main Streets in Wyoming.
- Ely's Stone Bridge
On Stone Bridge Road over Deer Creek in rural Monticello.
- Farm No. 1, Iowa Men's Reformatory
Co. Trunk Hwy. E28 West of Buffalo Creek in Anamosa.
- S. S. Farwell House
301 N. Chestnut Street in Monticello.
- John A. Green Estate
Off U.S. 151 in Stone City.
- Iowa Men's Reformatory Cemetery
Co. Trunk Highway E28 west of Buffalo Creek near Anamosa.
Iowa Men's Reformatory Historic District
N. High Street in Anamosa.
- Odd Fellows Hall
203 West 1st Street in Monticello.
- Rick's Brewery
12412 Buffalo Road in Anamosa.
- Col. William T. and Elizabeth Shaw House
509 South Oak Street in Anamosa.
- State Quarry
Iowa Men's Reformatory on an unnamed road along East side of Buffalo Creek NW of Anamosa.