Presidents Park was opened in 2004 by a local attraction entrepreneur Newman. It was a ten acre sculpture park with 20 foot high sculptures of 43 presidents, constructed by David Adickes. Thousands of people visited the the heads during the time it was open. The park became bankrupt and closed in 2010. Each head weighed 20,000 pounds and when it was closed the park order wanted them destroyed but then a farmer asked if he could have them. With 50,000 dollars of his own money, he moved all the heads to his family farm, in hopes of restoring them. There is also a short documentary called All the Presidents’ Heads.
Some people now come and take pictures of the decaying heads. The heads are on private property, some people have asked the owners and have been let in. A photographer named John Plashal is now giving tours of the site.