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Annie Oakley

1537 Archie Rhinehart Pkwy, North Yorkshire

1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom | 4 Sleeps | Cabin

The Annie Oakley Cabin has a queen size bed, a day bed with trundle beneath and will sleep up to 4 guests comfortably. A maximu ...

Riverside Cooperage Mill and Retreat

128 N Main St, Cumbria

1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom | 4 Sleeps | BnB

Elkader, Iowa is a small town with a big heart set in the Turkey River Valley. Beautiful hills and scenic byways surround the a ...

BJR Lodge

Iowa, Clear Lake , Cumbria

4 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms | 16 Sleeps | Lodge

Welcome to BJR Lodge, formerly Inn The Hunt, a luxury lodge in North Central Iowa. You can reach out and touch the stars a ...

West Oak Resort

Arnolds Park lowa, Cumbria

2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms | 4 Sleeps | Resort

West Oaks Resort and Condominiums is nestled among the giant oaks along the water's edge. We offer guests spacious, well-ap ...

InnSpiration Bed and Breakfast

1790 510th, Cumbria

4 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms | 18 Sleeps | House

Welcome to InnSpiration Bed & Breakfast. We are a country bed and breakfast that overlooks a two acre pond and is adjacent ...

The Loft in Lansing

61 N 3rd St, Cumbria

Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom | 10 Sleeps | Studio

Enjoy the beautiful and quaint village of Lansing, Iowa, nestled in between bluffs along the mighty Mississippi River.This beautif ...

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Local Weather

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33.1° 16.7°
January
45.5° 20.5°
February
61.3° 32.5°
March
66.4° 42.4°
April
78.1° 54.3°
May
89.1° 65.1°
June
101.8° 68.2°
July
94.1° 63.9°
August
81.3° 55.6°
September
68.4° 45.3°
October
55.6° 34.3°
November
42.4° 23.9°
December
0.6° -8.5°
January
7.5° -6.4°
February
16.3° 0.3°
March
19.1° 5.8°
April
25.6° 12.4°
May
31.7° 18.4°
June
38.8° 20.1°
July
34.5° 17.7°
August
27.4° 13.1°
September
20.2° 7.4°
October
13.1° 1.3°
November
5.8° -4.5°
December
Why Famous
  • Iowa is famous for corn because iowa produces the most corn every year.
  • The first known european explorers to document iowa were jacques marquette and louis jolliet who traveled the mississippi river in 1673 documenting several indian villages on the iowa side.
Facts Destination
  • Crystal Lake is home to a statue of the world\'s largest bullhead fish.
  • Dubuque is the state\'s oldest city.
  • The state\'s smallest city park is situated in the middle of the road in Hiteman.
  • Iowa\'s longest and highest bridge crosses Lake Red Rock.
  • Iowa\'s oldest continually running theater is in Story City.
  • Iowa\'s only fire tower is situated in Yellow River State Forest.
  • Iowa is the only state whose east and west borders are 100% formed by water.
    Missouri and Mississippi rivers.
  • Iowa is the only state name that starts with two vowels.
Area Info
  • One mile west of Lewis, you can find the Hitchcock House.
  • In West Branch, you can find the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library & Museum in addition to Herbert Hoover’s birthplace cottage.
  • The home contains special exhibits in addition to country music events.
  • You can also visit local wineries and breweries and take some home with you, or visit the restaurants in the colony and eat traditional foods.
  • If you’re a real history buff, you can follow the Lewis and Clark trail, which went along the Mississippi River through Iowa.
Why Visit
  • Beautiful countryside.
  • Modern cities and rich history.
  • Perfect destination for your Midwest getaway.
  • It features traditional rodeos, livestock shows, food exhibits, concerts, cars and trucks, competitions, farm machinery, and more.
  • Visit the Living History Farms.
  • The Blank Park Zoo and the Science Center of Iowa are fun and educational attractions for families.
  • It is also a major destination for arts and theater.
Best Time
  • Warmer seasons
Transport

Interstate highways:-

  • Iowa has four primary interstate highways.
  • Interstate 29 runs along the western edge of the state through Council Bluffs and Sioux City.
  • Interstate 35 goes from the southern border to the northern border through the center of the state, including Des Moines.
  • Interstate 380 is an auxiliary Interstate Highway, which runs from Interstate 80 near Iowa City through Cedar Rapids ending in Waterloo and is part of the Avenue of the Saints highway.

Airports:-

  • Major airports including the Des Moines International Airport, the Eastern Iowa Airport, in Cedar Rapids, Quad City International Airport, which is located in Moline, Illinois, and Eppley Airfield, located in Omaha, Nebraska.
  • Smaller airports in the state include the Dubuque Regional Airport, Fort Dodge Regional Airport, Mason City Municipal Airport, Sioux Gateway Airport, Southeast Iowa Regional Airport, and Waterloo Regional Airport.

Railroads:-

  • Amtrak\'s California Zephyr serves the south of Iowa with stops at Burlington, Mount Pleasant, Ottumwa, Osceola, and Creston on its daily route between Chicago and Emeryville, California (across the bay from San Francisco).
  • Burlington and Fort Madison are also served by Amtrak\'s Southwest Chief, running daily between Chicago and Los Angeles.
Precautions
  • Halloween safety precautions.
Lifestyle
  • Des moines is the largest city in iowa and the state\'s political, economic, and cultural center.
  • State of iowa historical museum, science center of iowa and blank imax dome theater
  • The iowa great lakes include several resort areas such as spirit lake, arnolds park, and the okoboji lakes.
  • Fort museum and frontier village in fort dodge are regional destinations.
  • The city also includes such cultural attractions as the western hills trails center, union pacific railroad museum, historic general dodge house, and a lewis and clark monument and scenic overlook.
  • Dubuque is transforming itself into a regional tourist destination with cultural features such as the national mississippi river museum and aquarium.