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Amana Colonies (Iowa county)

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Amana Colonies Convention & Visitors Bureau
622 - 46th Ave, PO Box 310, Amana, IA 52203 * 800-579-2294
www.amanacolonies.com

The Historic Amana Colonies - Seven villages featuring historic sites, working artisans, specialty shops, legendary dining, golf, trails, live theatre, wineries, micro-brewing, and an indoor Waterpark.

Anamosa (Jones county)

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Jones County Tourism Association
120 East Main Street, Anamosa, IA 52205 * 800-383-0831
www.jonescountytourism.com

Come see Jones County's historic sites nestled in the rolling hills Grant Wood painted. Stay to hear its stories. Full tour planning, step-on guide service.

Belle Plaine (Benton county)

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Belle Plaine Community Development Corporation
PO Box 163, Belle Plaine, IA 52208 * 319-434-6481
www.belleplainecommunitydevelopment.com

Belle Plaine is located in the heart of the Iowa River Valley and has many exciting events and activities for people of all ages.

Bellevue (Jackson county)

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Bellevue Area Chamber of Commerce
210 North Riverview, Bellevue, IA 52031 * 563-872-5830
www.bellevueia.com

Bellevue offers outstanding beauty, towering bluffs, and majestic views of the Mississippi River basin, friendly people and a quality of life you can treasure forever.

Burlington (Des Moines county)

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Greater Burlington Convention & Visitors Bureau
610 North 4th Street Suite 200, Burlington, IA 52301 * 319-752-6365
www.visitburlingtoniowa.com

Home to Fun City Family Entertainment Complex, Snake Alley, Minor League baseball, great events, beautiful parks, Catfish Bend Casino, and much more. Join us today!

Cedar Falls (Black Hawk county)

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Cedar Falls Tourism & Visitors Bureau
6510 Hudson Rd, Cedar Falls, IA 50613 * 800-845-1955
www.cedarfallstourism.org

Named Iowa's Tourism Community of the Year and a Distinctive Destinations, Cedar Falls welcomes visitors with miles of trails, a vibrant historical downtown and University of Northern Iowa.

Cedar Rapids (Linn county)

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Cedar Rapids Area Convention & Visitors Bureau
87 16th Ave SW Suite 200, Cedar Rapids, IA 52406 * 319-398-5009
www.cedar-rapids.com

Experience the vibrant, urban hometown of Cedar Rapids! The area is full of history and culture, offering al variety of experiences for all to enjoy.

Clinton (Clinton county)

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Clinton Area Chamber
721 South 2nd Street, Clinton, IA 52732 * 563-242-5702
www.clintonia.com

Clinton’s Downtown, located on the great Mississippi River, is home to a wide variety of art, history, architecture, shopping, recreation, and entertainment venues. Come and enjoy!

Clinton Convention & Visitors Bureau
721 South 2nd Street, Clinton, IA 52732 * 563-242-5702
www.clintoniowatourism.com

Live theatre, casino, art gallery, class 1A baseball, arboretum, river view dining, marina, and beautiful shoreline along the Mississippi accentuates the hospitality you’ll find in Clinton.

Cresco (Howard county)

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Howard County Economic Development
101 2nd Avenue SW, Cresco, IA 52136 * 563-547-3434
www.howard-county.com

Our county is located less than an hour from the Mississippi along the Upper Iowa River in scenic Northeast Iowa.

Decorah (Winneshiek county)

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Winneshiek County Convention & Visitors Bureau
507 West Water Street, Decorah, IA 52101 * 800-463-4692
www.visitdecorah.com

Adventure awaits! Try the brand new Trout Run Trail, canoe/kayak our “bluff country”, or go mountain biking-which was named "One of 52 Great American Weekends" by Men's Journal Magazine.

Dubuque (Dubuque county)

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Dubuque Area Convention & Visitors Bureau
300 Main Street Suite 200, Dubuque, IA 52001 * 800-798-8844
www.traveldubuque.com

The Masterpiece on the Mississippi River provides fun for all ages. River museums, historic homes, downhill-skiing, shopping, river cruises, casino excitement and much more!

Dyersville (Dubuque county)

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Dyersville Area Chamber of Commerce
1100 16th Ave Ct SE, Dyersville, IA 52040 * 563-875-2311
www.dyersville.org

Enjoy the Field of Dreams, National Farm Toy Museum, Basilica of St. Francis Xavier, Dyer-Botsford Doll Museum, farm toy stores and so much more!

Eldridge (Scott county)

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Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce
220 West Davenport Street, Eldridge, IA 52748 * 563-285-9965
www.northscottchamber.com

The North Scott area offers small town living at its best. Enjoy weekend festivals, historic sites and parks, all just minutes from the Quad Cities!

Elkader (Clayton county)

Information/Services

Clayton County Development Group
132 South Main Street, Elkader, IA 52043 * 563-245-2201
www.claytoncountyiowa.com

Nestled among scenic hills and valleys and edged by the mighty Mississippi River, Clayton County offers four seasons of outdoor excitement on land or water.

Elkader Area Chamber of Commerce
207 North Main, Elkader, IA 52043 * 563-245-2857
www.elkader-iowa.com

Come see our historic architecture, functioning Opera House, movie theater, varied and distinctive lodging, antiques, restaurants, shopping, museums, camping, great outdoor recreation and beautiful scenery!

Faifield (Jefferson county)

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Fairfield Iowa Convention & Visitors Bureau
200 North Main Street, Fairfield, IA 52556 * 641-472-2828
www.travelfairfieldiowa.com

There’s something about Fairfield. 1st Fridays Art Walk, entertainment at the Sondheim Theatre, Dinner with international flair, sustainable living. Fairfield, we got it goin’ on.

Fayette (Fayette county)

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Fayette County Tourism Council
101 N. Vine St, West Union, IA 52175 * 800-798-4447
www.visitiowa.org/fayette.htm

Come see how fabulous Fayette County is for fun! The Tourism Center is open May through October. Call our toll-free number anytime for information.

Fort Madison (Lee county)

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Fort Madison Area Convention & Visitors Bureau
614 9th Street, Fort Madison, IA 52627 * 319-372-5472
www.fortmadison.com

Where Iowa began! Visit old Fort Madison Historic Railroad Depots, the world’s largest double-decker swingspan bridge. Enjoy great restaurants, Victorian architecture, and so much more!

Fort Madison Partners
PO Box 277, Fort Madison, IA 52627 * 319-372-5471
www.fortmadison.com

Fort Madison Partners represents the combined efforts of our local Chamber of Commerce, EDC, and Main Street program. Together, these organizations strive to promote and better the Fort Madison area.

Guttenberg (Clayton county)

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Guttenberg Development and Tourism
323 South River Park Dr, Guttenberg, IA 52052 * 563-252-2323
www.guttenbergiowa.net

Come see for yourself why Guttenberg is considered one of “Iowa’s Great Places”. Enjoy the scenic beauty; relax on the banks of the Mississippi River.

Independence (Buchanan county)

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Buchanan County Tourism
112 First St. East Suite B, Independence, IA 50644 * 319-334-7497
www.visitiowa.org/buchanan.html

Visit the Amish, Jakway Park, Fontana Nature Center, Cedar Rock, Wapsipinicon Mill and the Illinois Central Depot, and town museums. (May 15-October 15). Excellent shops and events.

Iowa City/Coralville (Johnson county)

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City of Coralville
1512 7th Street, Coralville, IA 52241 * 319-248-1700
www.coralville.org

Enjoy Coralville! Visit the Iowa Children’s Museum, Iowa Firefighters Memorial, and Iowa River Landing-home to the Coralville Marriott. Shopping, trails, and hospitality await!

Iowa City/Coralville Area Convention and Visitors Bureau
900 1st Ave/Hayden Fry Way, Coralville, IA 52241 * 800-283-6592
www.iowacitycoralvillearea.org

Big Ten University excitement, Iowa’s shopping playground, fistful of festivals, and fantastic historical and cultural events. Iowa City, Coralville, and North Liberty will surprise you!

Kalona (Washington county)

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Kalona Area Chamber of Commerce
514 B Avenue, Kalona, IA 52247 * 319-656-2660
www.kalonachamber.org

Quaint town offers Amish heritage, fine dining, and unique shopping experiences. A walking tour of 42 quilt blocks installed in our sidewalks is available.

Keokuk (Lee county)

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Keokuk Area Convention & Tourism Bureau
329 Main Street, Keokuk, IA 52632 * 800-383-1219
www.keokukiowatourism.org

Iowa's southern-most city filled with history, beauty and hospitality. Iowa, Illinois & Missouri come together here for a unique travel experience. You're always welcome in Keokuk!

Ladora (Iowa county)

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Iowa County Conservation Board
2550 G Avenue, Ladora, IA 52251 * 319-355-8465
www.mycountyparks.com

Come enjoy the parks and facilities of Iowa County, including the newly constructed Lake Iowa Nature Center at Lake Iowa and Gateway Park in Marengo.

Lansing (Allamakee county)

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Lansing Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 156, Lansing, IA 52151 * 563-538-4757
www.lansingiowa.com

Explore the many recreational, artistic, and scenic treasures of Lansing; a friendly, small Mississippi town with unique shops, dining, lodging, special events, and entertainment.

Lone Tree (Johnson county)

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Iowa State Snowmobile Association
PO Box 435, Lone Tree, IA 52755 * 319-629-4630
www.iowasnowmobiler.com

The Iowa State Snowmobile Association is a non-profit, state wide group of snowmobile enthusiast dedicated to developing and promoting safe snowmobiling throughout Iowa.

Maharishi Vedic City (Jefferson county)

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Maharishi Vedic City, Visitor Center
1734 Jasmine Ave, Maharishi Vedic City, IA 52556 * 641-470-7000
www.maharishivediccity.com

Iowa’s newest city features Vedic architecture, luxury hotels, health spas, consciousness-based education, an open-air Vedic observatory, organic farming, and sustainable utilities. Self guided tours.

Manchester (Delaware county)

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Manchester Area Chamber of Commerce
200 East Main Street, Manchester, IA 52057 * 563-927-4141
www.manchesteriowa.org

A community of 5,000 with 500,000 living and working within 60 minutes. All the advantages of a small community-all the benefits of a large community.

Maquoketa (Jackson county)

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Maquoketa Area Chamber of Commerce
117 South Main Street, Maquoketa, IA 52060 * 800-989-4602
www.maquoketachamber.com

Organized to advance the economic well being of the Maquoketa area, making it a better place to reside, conduct business and professional endeavors.

Marion (Linn county)

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Marion Chamber of Commerce
1225 6th Ave, Suite 100, Marion, IA 52302 * 319-377-6316
www.marioncc.org

Visit downtown Cultural and Entertainment District with antique shops, specialty stores, dining and historic buildings. Offering visitor information to make your visit a special treat.

Marquette/McGregor (Clayton county)

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McGregor-Marquette Chamber of Commerce
146 Main Street, McGregor, IA 52157 * 800-896-0910
www.mcgreg-marq.org

Nestled between the bluffs and bordered by the Mississippi, our two historic towns offer a casino, winery, brewery, great outdoor recreation, shops, restaurants, lodging, and more!

Monticello (Jones county)

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Monticello Area Chamber of Commerce
204 East First Street, Monticello, IA 52310 * 319-465-5626
www.macc-ia.us

Come and see what we have to offer. Antiques, unique shops, eateries, camping, canoe the river, “Fun on Friday Nights”, and July 4th events.

Montrose (Lee county)

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City of Montrose
PO Box 57, Montrose, IA 52639 * 319-463-5533
www.montroseia.us

Beautiful Montrose is located on the Mississippi River half way between Fort Madison and Keokuk. Take in the peaceful view from our riverfront.

Mount Pleasant (Henry county)

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HenryCounty Tourism
124 South Main, Mount Pleasant, IA 52641 * 319-385-3101
www.mountpleasantiowa.org

Whether it’s the simplicity of our hospitality, authentic seasonal events, activities, interesting history or our beautified great outdoors, Henry County is for everyone.

Mount Vernon (Linn county)

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Mount Vernon-Lisbon Community Development Group
311 1st St NW, Mount Vernon, IA 52314 * 319-210-9935
www.visitmvl.com

Experience the charm of this historic, cultural stroll zone that includes distinctive nationally recognized cuisine, art, antiques, and specialty shops. Find out more at www.visitmvl.com.

Muscatine (Muscatine county)

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Muscatine Convention & Visitors Bureau
215 Sycamore St, Muscatine, IA 52761 * 800-257-3275
www.meetmuscatine.com

Historic downtown Muscatine welcomes visitors with a variety of shopping and dining experiences. Muscatine County’s natural areas offer many recreational opportunities for camping and boating.

Nashua (Chickasaw county)

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Chickasaw County Tourism Committee
15 W. Main St., New Hampton, IA 50659 * 641-394-2021
www.chichasawtrails.com

Follow the Chickasaw Trail. Enjoy Pioneer Village Museum, Buffalo Tours, Viking rocks and the world famous Little Brown Church in the Vale.

New Vienna (Dubuque county)

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New Vienna Area Historical Socity
7396 Columbus Street, New Vienna, IA 52065 * 563-921-2620

Heritage House Museum in New Vienna, Iowa. 23 rooms of antiques, quilts, collections, murals, Veterans Memorial Wall, senior citizen activities, youth activities, quilting, guided tours.

Quad Cities (Scott county)

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Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau
1601 River Drive Suite 110, Moline, IL 61265 * 800-747-7800
www.visitquadcities.com

Explore the Mississippi River, John Deere history, riverboats, theatre, festivals, and museums in the Quad Cities (Davenport, Bettendorf-Iowa, and Moline/East Moline, Rock Island-Illinois).

Sabula (Jackson county)

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Jackson County Area Tourism Association
60488 Hwy 64, Sabula, IA 52070 * 800-342-1837
www.jacksoncountyiowa.com

Travel information center located in a replica of a one-room school house. Included are a local craft shop, playground and restrooms. Open April-October, Thursday through Sunday from 10 - 5.

St. Donatus (Jackson county)

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St. Donatus Historical Society
PO Box 66, St. Donatus, IA 52071 * 563-773-2480
www.gehlenhouse.com

Picturesque Luxembourg Village Gehlen House Bed & Breakfast and Kalmes Restaurant. See the largest collection of Luxembourg architecture outside of Europe in beautiful Jackson County.

Strawberry Point (Clayton county)

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Strawberry Point Economic Development Fund, Inc
105 West Mission Street, Strawberry Point, IA 52076 * 563-933-4417
www.strawberrypt.com

Home of World’s Largest Strawberry, historic Franklin Hotel, and Backbone State Park. Strawberry Days second weekend in June, Bluegrass Festival last weekend in July, Historic 1888 Dinner third weekend in November.

Tipton (Cedar county)

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Tipton Community Development
520 Cedar Street, Tipton, IA 52772 * 563-886-6350
www.tiptoniowa.us

Historic downtown with unique shopping. Victorian homes driving/walking tour, family aquatic center, Carnegie library, Grant Wood Collection, Hardacre Film Festival. Great local dining establishments.

Villages of Van Buren (Van Buren county)

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Keosauqua Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 511, Keosauqua, IA 52565 * 319-293-7737
www.keosauqua.com

Nestled in the horseshoe bend of Des Moines River, you will find Iowa's oldest courthouse, Lacey State Park, Lake Sugema, dining, lodging and shopping.

Villages of Van Buren
902 4th Street, Keosauqua, IA 52565 * 800-868-7822
www.villagesofvanburen.com

We have the spot for your dream vacation! Our 12 historic villages offer a variety of choices from majestic parks to romantic B & B’s to fabulous festivals.

Vinton (Benton county)

Information/Services

Benton Development Group
303 1st Avenue, Vinton, IA 52349 * 319-472-5545
www.bentoncountyiowa.com

Creating a memory is easy at Benton County’s historic sites. Golf courses, speedway, community events, diverse restaurants, specialty shops, tour attractions and beautiful parks.

Washington (Washington county)

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Washington Chamber of Commerce
202 West Main, Washington, IA 52353 * 319-653-3272
www.washingtoniowachamber.com

Historic downtown square boasts unique shopping, ethnic restaurants, Centennial Fountain with multi-colored light show. Great parks, recreation, gardens, barnquilttours, and the World's Tallest Cornstalk.

Waterloo (Black Hawk county)

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Waterloo Convention & Visitors Bureau
500 Jefferson Street, Waterloo, IA 50701 * 800-728-8431
www.travelwaterloo.com

Experience history, culture, festivals, performing arts, John Deere tours, Galleria de Paco, and award-winning attractions. Enjoy 100+ miles of recreational trails, golf, dining and shopping.

Waukon (Allamakee county)

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Allamakee County Economic Development
101 West Main, Waukon, IA 52172 * 800-824-1424
www.visitiowa.org

History and nature blend into beautiful parks and recreation in Allamakee County. Four-season paradise offers: horseback riding, hiking, canoeing, camping, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and hunting.

Waukon Chamber of Commerce
101 West Main Street, Waukon, IA 52172 * 563-568-4110
www.waukon.org

Waverly (Bremer county)

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Waverly Chamber of Commerce
118 East Bremer Avenue, Waverly, IA 50677 * 319-352-4526
www.waverlyia.com

A college town offering interesting historical attractions, recreational opportunities and great shopping. Enjoy golfing, swimming, the Waverly Rail Trail for biking, hiking and cross-country skiing.

West Branch (Cedar county)

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Main Street West Branch
109 North Downey Street, West Branch, IA 52358 * 319-643-7100
www.mainstreetwestbranch.org

Historic Main Street West Branch delivers whether you’re in the mood for jambalaya, pizza, fine arts, antiques or one of Iowa’s finest wineries or museums.

West Union (Fayette county)

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West Union Chamber of Commerce
101 North Vine Street, West Union, IA 52175 * 563-422-3070
www.westunion.com

2009 Iowa Great Place, one of two Green Pilot Communities in Iowa working to create a model sustainable city, trout fishing, trails, Fayette County Fair.

Williamsburg (Iowa county)

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Williamsburg Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 982, Williamsburg, IA 52361 * 319-668-1500
www.williamsburgiowa.org

Come enjoy Williamsburg’s beautiful parks aquatic and recreation center; coffee shops; restaurants; retail businesses and shops all in the setting of The Williamsburg Town Square.

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