It’s the most beautiful time of the year and there’s snow place like home for the holidays, especially with all of the merry events in Iowa that will make this snowy season more than magical.
See & Do
The best to see and do in Iowa.
Prairie Patch Farm is a private, 50-acre nature preserve and wildlife refuge near Cedar Rapids that is dedicated to preserving Iowa’s Natural Heritage. This is not your traditional farmland – it is home to 10 llamas, an alpaca, pigs and goats and one-of-a-kind experiences (like llama hikes!)
Before the roads become covered in snow, now is the time to shake your tail feathers and take part in one–or many–Iowa Turkey Trots.
Now that winter is upon us, it is finally the perfect time to dust off our sleds and warm them up at the hottest sledding spots here in Iowa. Here are top destinations to sleigh all day.
It’s a bad day to be a bullseye. Throwing axes is the new way to relieve stress and get in a workout while having fun. Gather some good company and check out these Iowa axe-throwing spots for an axe-citing time.
With football season in full swing, now is not the time to miss a game. So round up the squad and check out these five spots to watch a Hawkeyes game in Iowa.
When it begins to snow, you have two choices: shovel or make the most of it. With these Iowa snow activities, every day can be a snow day.
Among the many fall activities to indulge in this season, apple picking is arguably one of the best. And fortunately, Iowa has no shortage of apple orchards and fruit-picking hot spots that ensure quality produce, long-lasting memories, and treats that are fit for the most quintessential autumn bake.
Searching for a fall festival to enjoy during sweater weather? Well, look no further. Get inspired by this list of Iowa Halloween events that are sweeter than candy.
Iowa’s fall weather is perfect and the autumn foliage is abundant—so why not enjoy it while you can? Here are the best places to see fall leaves in Iowa.