Iowa Travel Guide

Articles about Iowa

By Lindsay Taub
By Everett Potter
By Katie Hammel

At these haunted hotels, bars, and asylums, the locals have been around for centuries and things go bump in the night.

Hotels in Iowa

One hundred yards from a small sandy cove, and surrounded by a thriving artists’ community and 7,000 acres of state parks and beaches, the Davenport Roadhouse’s 12 simple guest rooms have views of the Pacific Ocean and nearby cliffs.

Things to do in Iowa

A 3.5-acre vineyard that produces wine with 100 percent Iowa-grown grapes. Try its 2006 King’s Mead (honey wine), 2006 Jester’s Quandary (red table wine), 2006 Guinevere’s Lace (white table wine), and the award-winning 2006 Edelweiss.