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AmericInn Hotel & Suites Sibley

1726 Pierce Ave, Sibley, IA  51249

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Attractions & Entertainment

Cat Tale Country Wines

Distance from hotel: 9.3 miles

Wonderful wines that are handcrafted in small batches. Specializing in fruit wines. They are sure to have a wine to please to you.

537 2nd Street

Ocheyedan, Iowa




Great Outdoors

Sibley Golf and Country Club

Distance from hotel: 0.8 miles

Recipient of the, "Course of the Year" award by the Iowa Golf Association for the best 9-hole golf course in Iowa 2015.

700 11th Avenue

Sibley, Iowa




Ocheyedan Mound

Distance from hotel: 9.9 miles

This isolated hill is an imposing feature standing tall in the middle of the flat plains. It was once thought to be the site of the state’s highest elevation. It was surpassed by Hawkeye Point, just down the road.

6400 170th Street

Ocheyedan, Iowa



Cities to Visit


Distance from hotel: 9.4 miles

Home of The Mound. Just southeast of the town of Ocheyedan, the Mound rises an impressive 170 feet above the surrounding flood plain. It is one of the highest points in Iowa -- 1655 feet above sea level. Only two miles south of Hwy 9, the Mound is reached by a concrete and blacktop road. The site itself lies almost next to the road, and is readily accessible to visitors. It is long thought that the Mound was an Indian burying ground. This was disproved when geologists investigated and found that it was a kame, of glacial origin. Kames are hills and ridges of stratified drift deposited by glaciers at the mouths of ice tunnels or ice channels, and in angles of ice. The Mound was formed during the recession of the Wisconsin ice sheet, the last glacier to invade Iowa, many thousands of years ago.



Distance from hotel: 28.8 miles

For more than 100 years, Okoboji has been the ideal destination for family vacations. Truly a recreational haven, the Iowa Great Lakes are rich in heritage and abundant in leisure activities. Visitors of all ages are drawn to the blue lakes, the sunshine and the fun times of Okoboji. Here you'll find something for everyone, from fishing to golf, amusement parks to nature trails, shopping to arts and every water sport imaginable. Make plans now to visit these naturally beautiful blue water lakes.


Arnolds Park

Distance from hotel: 30.1 miles

Arnolds Park, the City of Five Lakes, the emphasis is on entertaining and accommodating area visitors. Experience the oldest amusement park west of the Mississippi, a premier golf course, a full-service marina and rentals of boats, personal watercraft, wakeboards, scooters and bicycles. A diverse variety of restaurants, lounges and nightlife abound, including the Roof Garden. Numerous shops are clustered in several venues and are scattered up and down US Hwy 71. Arnolds Park changes with the seasons. In the winter, there is a casual, informal atmosphere and in the summer the town is full of activity. The eclectic people who live here believe it's the best of both worlds. The five lakes that surround Arnolds Park limit the size of the town's center making it easy to walk to local shops, restaurants and attractions.



Distance from hotel: 30.2 miles

The state prairie park is home to the only state owned herd of bison. Beautiful campsites, prairie hiking trails, and an abundance of prairie flowers and plants make this a must see when in the area. The Interpretive Center is the former home of novelist Frederick Manfred who wrote over 30 novels while he lived in the area. Also visit the Brandenburg Gallery which features many of the artist's more popular prints with the overall theme being the prairie. The gallery also sells Brandenburg materials, prints, books and artifacts.


Spirit Lake

Distance from hotel: 30.7 miles

Spirit Lake is a great stop for all the services you would expect to find in Dickinson County's largest city. Locally owned and operated clothing stores, gift shops, pubs, eateries, and a comedy club dot the quaint main street in uptown Spirit Lake. To the west, you'll find industries that make fun happen, such as Polaris Industries and Pure Fishing. With the influence of these businesses and the excellent fishing in the city's lakes, locals consider Spirit Lake the Fishing Capital of the World.



Distance from hotel: 33.9 miles

Take in museums, theatres, sports, city style shopping and dining. Each September they're home to the World's Greatest County Fair. The Spencer area offers hunting, canoeing, fishing, a Miracle play-ground, state park, and miles of bike trails as a few of their recreational opportunities. The Clay County Regional Events Center, will be host to a variety of activities from concerts to conventions.