The Wild Rose Inn of Okoboji

Address: 2625 41st Street, Okoboji, Iowa, 51360, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 2625 41st Street, Okoboji, is near Iowa Great Lakes Maritime Museum, The Ranch Amusement Park, Spirit Lake, and Abbie Gardner Cabin.
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Travel Blogs from Okoboji

Chicago, Illinois

A travel blog entry by allanamue on Oct 20, 2014

... volleyball but didn't realise she was still here. She has been attending Illinois State University for 3 years on a scholarship to play volleyball. Her mum was visiting so she was spending a few days in Chicago before her mum left for Aus again. We caught up and chatted for a while, took a photo and went our separate ways. It always amazes me how small the world actually is.

The next morning we had a few jobs to do each so we separated a bit. ...

Corn, corn and more corn!

A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Aug 19, 2014

... we drove today. Millions of acres of corn are grown on the plains with no irrigation at all - an amazing sight and one that I have been wanting to see all my life! We had a stop at Sioux Falls for a look at the falls but they were only trickling after a long summer - but the park facilities along the river were superb and were being well used by the locals! We arrived here in Worthington, a small town of about 12,000 people, which is an agricultural hub and has a large ...

Corn Belt

A travel blog entry by yen-goossens on Aug 02, 2014

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We had heard about the corn fields of the Midwest before, but there is nothing quite like seeing them while driving through them for more than 400 miles today, for the third consecutive day, with at least one more day to go. This article explains why there is so much corn and explains its size nicely:

"Sprawling across the Midwest and Great Plains, ...

Day 3: Driving through corn country! :)

A travel blog entry by melvd on Jul 30, 2014

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... shop!! :) Along the way, we saw a crop duster flying over the field, we opened the window in the RV to get a good photo of it, and whilst hanging out the window, (both Rachel and I) I turned my head and my sunnies flew into oblivion! Haha!! :) good thing I took two pairs, and even more that it wasn't my prescription ones, but boy we laughed!! :) So we pulled into the KOA in Jackson, Minnesota, where we had ...

2nd day

A travel blog entry by zuwicki on Jul 24, 2014

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... with a toll about every 15 miles) seriously i dont get it. Next state was Wisconsin, very beautiful state every time we drive through it I always enjoy it. Guess what no tolls, love Wisconsin and the Cheeseheads! Final state for today was Minnesota. Lots and lots of wind mills and construction. We stopped at a harley dealer in Albert Lea, MN and i checked ...