If you have never been to Iowa, perhaps you think it is rows upon rows of corn fields. While it is true that Iowa has been the top corn production state for a number of years, there is so much more to the “Hawkeye State.” Take a step back into history by shopping quite possibly the same way your great grandparents did at the DeBoer Grocery Museum. See the original shelves, scales and cash registers in the building that dates back to 1882. Another historical site is located just outside Lewis. It is the Hitchcock House which served as a stop on the Underground Railroad.
For outdoor exploits, Iowa boasts more than 300 courses to try out those new clubs or hit the ball with those old reliable clubs. Maybe you would like to sleep under the stars in Iowa. There are plenty of great campgrounds which provide amenities for everything from a sleeping bag under the stars to a monstrously massive recreational vehicle.