Hinckley was conceived in the 1870’s as the brainchild of Francis Hinckley, president of the Chicago and Iowa Railroad. The rail line was placed one-half mile east of the Village of Squaw Grove, which was then named Hinckley. From this early birth, much change and innovation would come to Hinckley. In 1889, a tornado destroyed most of the village, so as Hinckley moves forward, it may have a new look, but the spirit of good citizenship and village pride has not changed. Hinckley has a proud past and a bright future.
Floral arrangements, planters, decorating accessories, candy, candles and more.
Your dream gardens can come true at Ozzie's Greenhouse.
Antiques and more.
Food, spirits, dancing and volleyball.
Tasty ice cream delights.
Pizza and more.
Home cooked meals.
Local sports bar.
Slow smoked ribs, brisket, and pulled pork.