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The best cabins in Iowa.

Best known for pastures and fields covering the heartland, Iowa also offers dramatic bluffs, rolling hills, and limestone caves.


Pool Side Retreat
Above ground pool.  Plastic toys only.  No Jumping.  Swim at your own risk.  No lifeguard on duty.
Glass windows all around for your enjoyment. Bathroom is not far to walk to.
Dave and Brenda
Dave And Brenda: Pool Side retreat is for rent for your enjoyment.   The above ground pool is also used...
Our barn dormitory with 7 bedrooms, a lounge, men's and women's restrooms with showers, and kitchenette on the lower level.  The upper level has a full kitchen, a large dining hall/dance hall, and a stage.
Each room has two bunk beds and can sleep up to 5 people.
Relax, talk, or read a book in our quiet lounge.
Enjoy a camp fire and gaze up at the stars.
One of our many campsite options - the communal camp fire ring.
Gretta
Gretta: There are several ways to enjoy Threshold Learning Center (TLC):  Tenting, RV, Teepee,...
Iowa State Park camping provides for a beautiful experience in the heart land and offers many activities including rock climbing, biking, fishing, and hiking. Backbone State Park was the first dedicated state park in Iowa. Backbone is named for the steep and narrow ridge of bedrock cut by a loop of the Maquoketa River and forming the highest point in northeast Iowa known as Read more...
Iowa State Park camping provides for a beautiful experience in the heart land and offers many activities including rock climbing, biking, fishing, and hiking. Backbone State Park was the first dedicated state park in Iowa. Backbone is named for the steep and narrow ridge of bedrock cut by a loop of the Maquoketa River and forming the highest point in northeast Iowa known as the Devil's Backbone. In addition to camping on private land, Walnut Woods State Park is one of the only places with designated sites for camping in De Moines Iowa and boasts the largest surviving natural stand of black walnut trees in North America. Head 210 miles northwest of De Moines, and you’ll hit the Iowa Great Lakes—a string of glacial lakes covering about 15,000 acres. Maquoketa Caves is worth exploring: its caves, limestone formations and rugged bluffs provide visitors a chance to go back into geological time thousands of years.
Walking up for the first time
Bed #1
Front porch
Bed #2
Sunset hike
The Rookery Cottage
100% 2 Responses
$95/night
Ryan + Alex
Ryan + Alex: If you love to hike, this is the place to go! This is a massive property with hours wor...
Cabin rental $150.00 night for the first two people.  $10.00 each person after the first two.
White Tail Retreat
Queen size bed in one of the lofts.
Two twin beds in the loft.
Kitchen with all the amenities.  Pot's and Pans, dishes, cups, glasses, bowls, plates.  Stove, small fridge, microwave and toaster.
Dave and Brenda
Dave And Brenda: Beautiful cabin with all the amenities! Sleeps 4-6. One queen bed in one loft. Two twin...
Climb the bluff at Pikes Peak State Park for amazing views of where the Mississippi and Wisconsin Rivers meet.
The outside of our Variety Club building. There's a grill to the left side, and a fire pit to the left of the building.
The open shared space. We also have tables and chairs that can be pulled out for this area. Note the fireplace!
A full kitchen!
This building includes men's and women's facilities, as well as a handicap accessible bathroom.
Cozy Family Lodge
Alana
Alana: Come stay at Camp Hantesa (a Camp Fire camp) in Boone, Iowa. Put together a package...
Relaxing Retreat Space
This building includes a large meeting space.
Classic dormitory-style rooms.
Men's and women's facilities.
Full kitchen is included
Alana
Alana: Stay in our Billy Ray Cyrus Youth Leadership Center and support our mission of helping...
Many consider the Grotto of Redemption to be the “Eighth Wonder of the World” and in 2001 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Laid Back Manor
Laid Back Manor
Laid Back Manor
Laid Back Manor
Laid Back Manor
amy
Amy: Choose to camp, stay in our Easyriders cabin, our bunkhouse, or one of our rooms in our...