Forest City, Iowa, was once known as the “Forest City of the Midwest.”
But in 2008, it was razed to make way for a new, large, sprawling development.
Now, there are two large, old-growth forests in the area, one a forest and one a mesquite one.
In addition to the forest, the development includes a massive ranch-style subdivision called The Woodlands, home to a cattle ranch and a golf course.
The Woodland Hills subdivision is an open, forest-covered expanse of woodlands and prairie.
The former ranch was once a part of the same region, but was ransacked by the Bureau of Land Management.
The area, however, is now being transformed into a new subdivision with a large piece of land and a few homes for the family that owns the property.