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Vacation Rental Price Information in Okoboji
We analyzed vacation houses, cottages and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Okoboji. in Okoboji, prices can go up to $395 (7/20 - 7/27). Vacation rental prices go down to $266 per night in December (12/1 - 12/8).
Rental Availability Information in Okoboji
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of vacation rentals in Okoboji. So far, the week with the least available rentals in Okoboji is in July (7/20 - 7/27). The week with the highest percentage of available rentals is in September (9/28 - 10/5).
The Weather in Okoboji
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 86° On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 10° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Vacation homes in Okoboji, land of glacier-carved lakes
First-time visitors will be surprised at the bumper stickers, mugs, and sweatshirts sporting the name of the fictitious University of Okoboji, where residents claim to have attended college. Good humor aside, the region packs a punch with its theme parks, museums, art galleries, and outdoor recreation. Okoboji cabins and vacation rentals are a great way to enjoy your stay.
A culture escape
A good start would be at Iowa Great Lakes Maritime Museum, where old boats (some sunken and retrieved) and other memorabilia acquaint visitors with the maritime history of the Great Lakes. The museum gift shop sells pretty keepsakes. Another worthy attraction is the Higgins Museum of National Banknotes, home to a tidy collection of banknotes from across the country, as well as early banking artifacts such as vault doors, teller windows, and safety deposit boxes. Look out for their turn-of-the-century Iowa photo postcards. For a walk through 1950s Okoboji, visit the Okoboji Classic Cars facility. The designers have cleverly incorporated iconic local attractions into the display designs, classic car collections, and wall murals.
Okoboji cherishes its performing arts scene, as you'll discover. Okoboji Summer Theatre (OST) has been entertaining locals for 60 years with its summertime comedies, classics, and musicals. There's also lakeside Preservation Plaza, where free concerts, art shows, and local events roll out each summer. The sunsets here are spectacular.
Kiddie's day out!
Plan a day of old-fashioned family fun at Ranch Okoboji, where you can tee off at the 18-hole mini-golf course, indulge in sand volleyball, croquet, or a messy squirt gun battle. The ranch also lets kids mine for gemstones, fossils, and arrowheads at Tyotee’s Wild Mining Adventure.
Another family-friendly gem is Arnold's Amusement Park, home to one of the world's oldest roller coasters. Kurio Kastle: Pottery Painting Palace invites kids to pick a piece of ceramic pottery and go wild painting it. The natural world awaits at Dickinson County Nature Center, which is home to tiger salamanders, snapping turtles, and attractions such as an indoor beehive, cavernous walk-through bat caves, and fox burrows.
Excursion destinations ideas
Rent a car and set about exploring the region. Nature lovers will appreciate the fact that the Iowa Great Lakes Trail passes through the rural, urban, and natural spaces of the Iowa Great Lakes region. You can rollerblade, bike, birdwatch, or ski to your heart's content, thanks to the many well-marked trails.
Iowa’s premier recreation community, Spirit Lake, excels in waterside recreation, including swimming, yachting, fishing, hunting, and scuba diving. A short drive south is Inkapaduta Canoe Trail, which runs along the idyllic Little Sioux River. Visitors will have their hands full with the hunting and picnic options here. It's also a good spot for beginners in kayaking, paddling, and canoeing.
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