Resorts in Iowa

Resorts in Iowa
Iowa is a state full of serene lakes, state parks and wildlife preservations. The outdoor enthusiast in you will find plenty of activities like boating, hunting and swimming while you visit Iowa State. Thankfully, you will also find many resorts to rest and relax after a long day of exploring Iowa.

King's Point Water Park Resort

During the summer months, the Storm Lakes in Iowa provides visitors with activities like swimming, boating and fishing. If you are looking for a warm place to spend the night after a long day of enjoying the water, consider staying at King's Point. This resort sits right on the edge of Storm Lake and provides guests with one of 100 guest rooms. The resort also provides little comforts like a fitness center, bike rentals and an arcade. Some rooms even come equipped with a full kitchen setup to make you feel more at home. If the lakeside is not interesting enough for you and your family, the resort also offers an entire water park fully equipped with slides, flotation devices and lifeguards. Room rates range from $109 to $214 a night as of 2009.

King's Point Water Park Resort
1520 East Lakeshore Drive
Storm Lake, Iowa 50588
(712) 219-4400
kingspointeresort.com

The Inn at Koboji

This inn is wedged between the West Koboji Lake and a golf course. Activities provided in this area include sailing, swimming and nature walking. The hotel also provides a wide array of activities you can enjoy without leaving the grounds such as volleyball, shuffleboard and swimming pools. Boat rentals are available if you want to hit the lake and get some fishing done. At night, you can relax in the inn's hot tub or roast some marshmallows at the fire pit. Nightly rates range from $110 to $395 a night as of 2009. The hotel has a no-pet policy.

The Inn at Koboji
3301 Lakeshore Drive
Okoboji, IA 51355
(712) 332-2113
bojifun.com

Lake Panorama National Resort and Conference Center

Lake Panorama provides visitors and residents with a wide array of activities such as sailing, fishing and swimming. When you do not feel like enjoying the water, consider biking around the edge of the lake playing golf on the nearby courses. The resort offers guests extra amenities such as free wireless internet, cable television and free local calling. Depending on what your preference is, you can choose a motel room or a private cabin for your stay. Some units are even equipped with full kitchens. Nightly rates range from $59 to $190 as of 2009. The rates fluctuate depending on the season and size of your room.

Lake Panorama National Resort and Conference Center
5071 Clover Ridge Road
Panora, IA 50216
(800) 879-1917
lakepanoramanational.com

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