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If you’re heading to Lake Okoboji this summer, try to put one or more of these stops on your itinerary.
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Despite the name, the Quad Cities actually consists of five cities straddling the Iowa-Illinois border along the Mississippi River: Davenport and Bettendorf in Iowa, and Rock Island, Moline and East...
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1) The National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium Set on a 10-acre riverfront campus, this attraction highlights the life, culture and history...

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German immigrants and the Mississippi River—flowing east to west here rather than its usual north to south—shaped Davenport (population: 101,000). Explore those forces in the heart of the Quad Cities...
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This former manufacturing town (population: 66,600) is a destination for history buffs. But families with youngsters will find plenty to fill a weekend, too.
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Decorah lies in the Iowa's northeast corner and embraces its Norwegian roots with old-world touches.
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The University of Iowa anchors Iowa City, which boasts a blossoming cultural scene and eclectic dining options.
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Generations of families have made northwest Iowa’s chain of five glacial lakes their summer destination. Around Okoboji, you’ll find nostalgia in the waterfront amusement park Arnolds Park, hours of...
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The state’s capital city, Des Moines has evolved into a sophisticated weekend destination with reasonable prices. Parks and trails round out boutique shops and independent gastronomy gems.
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An Arts and Crafts lodge overlooks a prairie lake at Honey Creek Resort.

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