- Our list of the best things to do in Okoboji, Iowa, features the top 40 nearby activities — including 24 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Okoboji, IA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Amusement, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 13 things to do within the city of Okoboji, IA , followed by 27 popular activities in nearby cities, including Arnolds Park and Spirit Lake
Okoboji Summer Theatre is a theater that hosts various performances like musical plays. The staff is friendly. The performers are talented professionals who can glue the audience to their seats all through till the end.
Okoboji, Iowa is home to the Iowa Great Lakes Maritime Museum. The institution is dedicated to the history of water travel in and through Iowa. It contains salvaged wreckage, hundreds of ship models, photographs, uniforms and other fascinating information related to Iowa's rivers and canals.
Fun and sun are plentiful at Ranch Okoboji. We offer family fun for everyone including, mini-golf, Rock Sluicing panning for gemstones and fossils, Margaritas Bar with outdoor and indoor seating, pizza and other snack options, and shopping at The Flag Store.
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Dickinson County Nature Center features a display of please touch skins of animals, shells and fossils, and a variety of rocks and minerals. There is also a preserved one room schoolhouse, butterfly garden and places to hike or walk.
Combining a dock with a restaurant on the water, Okoboji Boat Works offers fishing licenses and equipment for its guests. The dock provides direct access to Lake Okoboji and offers rentals for wake boards and paddleboards.
The largest collection in the United States of National Banknote issues within a permanent exhibit is held at Higgins Museum of National Banknotes. There are also exhibits that cover the commemorative paper money that used to be produced.
Scattered with trails for cycling, walking, and jogging, Dickinson County Recreational Trails features 14 miles of paths for visitors to utilize. The trails take visitors through the lake region and provides scenery of rolling grass fields.