420 SW 8th St.,
Distance from hotel: 5.8 miles
A 3-D archery course
3281 298th Lane
Barn dances karaoke and gospel music events. It is also available to rent for parties reunions and other special occasions.
Distance from hotel: 7.1 miles
The gift shop is open on Saturdays and Sundays from April to December for wine-tasting and purchases with special musical events periodically through the season. It is also available to rent for family gatherings weddings and other special occasions.
3097 285th Street
Distance from hotel: 13.5 miles
Located in Greenfield the Iowa Aviation Museum celebrates Iowa’s aviation heritage from the first recorded flight in 1910 to space exploration. The Iowa attraction houses over 15 vintage aircrafts to examine as well as the Iowa Aviation Hall of Fame. For aviation enthusiasts this Iowa attraction is a must-see.
2251 Airport Road
Distance from hotel: 5.1 miles
The Dexter Museum in the center of town contains exhibits of old machinery, tools, clothing and photos chronicling the town's history. Lovers of unique buildings will enjoy a stop at the Roundhouse. Constructed in the early 1900's, it stills stands today as a testament to the quality of workmanship that was present in the early days. The old Dexter Park Historical marker commemorates a once very popular gathering spot for Dexter and the surrounding community.
Distance from hotel: 9.1 miles
Redfield delivers you to the raw beauty of rural Iowa with scenic rivers, bike trails, unique geological formations, and miles of nature trails. The parks and recreational activities provide year round variety to address the needs of Redfield's many tourists. Hanging Rock, the Raccoon River, and the Raccoon River Bike Trail are among our most famous spots to visit. Come join us every summer for our annual Old Settlers Celebration or in the winter for our Winterfest celebration. Don't forget to visit our Farmer's Market every Thursday running from May through October at the City Park.
Distance from hotel: 10.4 miles
Casey is an antique collector's paradise, with its Antique and Specialty Shops, Cobblestone Streets and Turn of the Century Architecture. Casey has three churches, a traveler's park, a playground, volleyball and basketball courts, softball diamond, camping facilities with a shower house and electrical hookups, a shelter house and picnic areas.
Distance from hotel: 13.7 miles
Home to Lake Panorama, the Raccoon River Valley Trail, and the Guthrie County Historical Village, Panora is known for its rural charm and for providing visitors with a variety of recreational opportunities. Whether your interests include hiking, biking, camping, or canoeing, Panora is your choice. But the fun doesn't stop there, you can also plan a trip to the local museum, a visit to the local farmer's market, go hunting, shopping or dine out at a local restaurant.
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