King's Pointe Waterpark Resort

Address: 1520 E Lakeshore Dr, Storm Lake, Iowa, 50588-2676, United States | Resort
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This resort, located on 1520 E Lakeshore Dr, Storm Lake, is near Living Heritage Tree Museum.
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        Travel Blogs from Storm Lake

        Herbert Hoover...He's the MAN!

        A travel blog entry by rvmaven on Sep 28, 2015

        3 photos

        While in Iowa, why not visit the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library we said to ourselves and we're glad we did. This is my fifth presidential library and I always enjoy learning about these men. President Hoover lead a pretty impressive life before he entered politics. This library complex includes his ancestral home...a 2 room simple home for 5 people...a Quaker meetinghouse, a one room schoolhouse and his burial site. The library itself is pretty large and includes ...

        Back to the Farm

        A travel blog entry by lneiswinger on Sep 26, 2015

        4 photos

        The first full day back at the farm. First we will work on the loft and put up the 700 lb. beam and try to get the floor done. Harvest always comes first so hopefully we can start on a bean field tomorrow. The pictures tell most of the story on todays work. Tomorrow we will prepare the combine and set it up for beans from corn. We hope to start combining by late afternoon. ...

        Ride Day 1

        A travel blog entry by tmarq4 on Jul 19, 2015

        1 photo

        ... you know if they were passing, but especially this first day, communication wasn't always so good. Anyway, not surprisingly, Craig was quickly off with the lead pack and Doug wasn't far behind; before we were out of the SC metro area, we were separated. We tried to check in with each other using our cell phones, but the cell coverage was usually fairly non-existent once we got out of town. It was a bit disappointing ...

        Iowa: Camp Rust

        A travel blog entry by kristinrust on Jul 04, 2013

        3 comments, 46 photos

        ... 2007. I flew to Denver, then drove with my dad the 725 miles - that's nearly 11 hours through Nebraska - and most of it is mind-numbing.

        But once you get closer to Iowa, you realize how pretty that country really is. I get a lot of "Where are you going, Idaho, Ohio?" No, Iowa. It's a quiet state, many would only go through if you happen to be a cow or trucker. But I've been going my whole life and am ...

        Iowa - from Mississippi River to Storm Lake

        A travel blog entry by jdjrny on Sep 16, 2012

        ... into Dubuque, saw interesting buildings and immediately drove into town to look further. They have done a marvelous job on their riverfront area - with museums, aquarium, casinos, riverboat rides, etc. I walked a bit of the river path, and heard the church bells. Looking at the map, I saw Rt.52N with dots (I love the dotted roads), so headed that way.

        Stopped almost immediately in Guttenberg when I saw that I was ...