If you are into wine tasting, boating, hiking, caving or even enjoy spa treatments; then Iowa is the perfect place to move to, especially with its numerous weekend getaways for you to choose from. Here are some of them.
Get Historical with Four Mounds Inn
This 60 acres of land along the Mississippi River is a gem in Iowa, especially with its historic gardens, prairie lands, rare oak savanna and woodlands. Built in 1908, this has been considered a Dubuque Landmark Site and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is meant to be preserved for the new generation to appreciate the history of our forefathers.
Stay conveniently at this place and enjoy their Bed and Breakfast while you get immersed to its well-lit living room, carpeted entrance, and spacious dining room, which will transport you back in time.
Underground Caves in Iowa
Iowa is not only home to historic places, but to different caves – underground caves.
Yes, there are many caves to explore in Iowa for you to enjoy whole year round this includes the following:
- Spook Cave
- Maquoketa Caves State Park
- Ice Cave State Preserve
- Crystal Lake Cave
- Wapsipinicon State Park Caves
All of these caves have their unique characteristics that will keep you in awe while you step inside its premise. Add this to your travelogue, today.
Chasing Waterfalls in Iowa
Oh yes! Iowa has caves and also waterfalls. Here are 13 of these waterfalls for you to start considering this 2020 when you move into Iowa:
- Dunnings Springs
- Siewer’s Springs
- Malanaphy Spring Falls
- Bridal Veil Falls
- Beulah Springs Falls
- Backbone State Park Spillway
- MacBride Falls
- Duck Creek Waterfall
- Union Grove State Park Spillway
- Brigg Woods Waterfall
- Ledges State Park
- Needs Lake Spillway
- Willow Creek Waterfall
With these 13 waterfalls, you’ll even have one extra waterfall to go and visit for the entire year.