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Discover Decorah, IA

Welcome to Decorah, located in the bluff country of northeast Iowa and appreciated for its natural beauty. There’s a wealth of things to do, see, and experience when you search for an RV in Winneshiek County. Whether you’re making plans for a romantic getaway, planning a fishing expedition, or going on a shopping spree, there’s plenty of things to uncover when you rent an RV in Decorah.

Outdoor enthusiasts will find that the rolling landscape makes the perfect backdrop for recreational activities. Ice skating, hunting, cross-country skiing, biking, hiking, fishing, and more are all available here. Foodies will delight in an assortment of local and exotic cuisines. Of particular interest, the Winneshiek Farmers Market draws locals and visitors from around the region. If you’re curious about the area’s culture, there is an abundance of things to do in that department as well. Attend a live performance at a historical ballroom, or get a feel of each community’s culture at an annual celebration and festival. No matter your interests, you’ll be delighted when you book a travel trailer rental in Decorah.

The Great Outdoors

Visit a spectacular 200-foot waterfall at Dunning Springs Park and Ice Cave Hill. Though the park is relatively small (about 115 acres), it is very secluded and full of history. The park boasts miles of hiking trails, a scenic overlook, a cascading waterfall and stream, a stone arch bridge, an ice cave, and historical information signs. Quite the oddity, the Decorah Ice Cave freezes during the summer, kept cold by a glacier below the surface. If you want to access the wild cave, be sure to bring shoes with good grip, a helmet, warm clothing, a headlamp, and at least one other form of light.

The Prairie Farmer Trail is the perfect way for people of all ages and abilities to spend time outdoors. The 20-mile paved stretch of paths runs from Calmar to Cresco and offers spectacular views of the countryside, wildflowers, and birdwatching opportunities. Along the route, you’ll find several stops for restrooms, dining, ice cream, playgrounds, and more. It’s a great way to explore the area when you book an RV rental in Decorah, Iowa.

Looking for a family-friendly place when you rent a motorhome in Decorah? Look no further than the apple orchard in nearby Waukon. The orchard is open from mid-September through Thanksgiving for orchard-fresh apples. There are hayrides, caramel apple sundaes, and a variety of apples, along with other activities. If you’re looking for a fun family outing, this might be the place.

RV Parks

You’ll have several options of where to park your motorhome rental near Decorah. One place is Pulpit Rock Campground. The campground is divided in two: the Pulpit Rock Side and the Twin Springs Side. In total, there are 56 back-in sites and 19 pull-through sites that can accommodate your RV. Sites have 30 and 50 amp electrical service, and there is a dump station and water station on-site. Be sure to bring your canoes and kayaks because, from the campground, you’ll have access to Twin Springs Trout Stream and easy access to Trout Run Trail.

Another nearby RV park is Skip-A-Way RV Park-Campground in Cresco. This family-friendly campground boasts Wi-Fi, firewood sales, modern restrooms with hot showers, a dump station, and a laundry facility. There are also a lakefront splash pad, a sandy beach area, and a picnic area. Feel free to bring your own kayak, canoes, and tubes, or rent one from the campground office and go explore the Turkey River. There’s even an on-site restaurant that serves breakfast (all day) and offers lunch and dinnertime fares such as burgers, sandwiches, chicken buckets, seafood, soups, and salads. Campsites are available in full and partial hookups, and pull-through sites are available to accommodate any size RV rental from Decorah.

Exploring the City

Explore the history and heritage of local Norwegian settlers at Vesterheim — the National Norwegian-American Museum and Heritage Center. The museum houses more than 33,000 artifacts, 12 historical buildings, a library, archives, and a Folk Art School. In fact, the museum in Decorah has the world’s largest collection of Norwegian-American artifacts. Learn about the historical and contemporary Norwegian folk and fine arts in what has been called one of “ten great places in the nation to admire American folk art” by USA Today.

Relax and unwind with a glass of wine at the winery north of the city. Located on a century-old family farm amidst the rolling hills of northeast Iowa, you’re invited to spend the day sipping wine and enjoying gorgeous views from the patio. Between May and October, you can order lunch from the restaurant, and all year long, there are cheese and cracker baskets for your enjoyment. Whether you’re looking to gift the perfect wine and accessories or just seeking to spend time with friends and loved ones, come see why this winery has been around for over 150 years.

Interested in learning more about the area’s dairy industry? Stop by Iowa’s Dairy Center in Calmar. Just a few minutes away when you reserve a campervan rental in Decorah, the dairy center provides education for dairy farmers, students, and curious guests. The dairy center features a parlor and a robotic milking system with viewing areas that are open 24 hours a day. The center is operated by a non-profit organization that seeks to provide ongoing education for dairy farmers through its educational classrooms, labs, freestall barn, calf barn, and more.

RV Rentals in Decorah, IA

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RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Decorah are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Effigy Mounds National Monument, Devil's Lake State Park, Matthiessen State Park, Ice Age National Scenic Trail, and Mississippi National River and Recreation Area.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Governor Dodge State Park Trail Dodgeville Wisconsin
Horseshoe Bluff Nature Trail Dubuque Iowa
West Lake and East Lake Trail Loop Dundee Iowa
Whitewater State Park Dakota Trails Loop Altura Minnesota
Nerstrand Big Woods State Park Trails Loop Nerstrand Minnesota
Levis/Trow Mounds Trail Neillsville Wisconsin
Bluffside Trail Lake City Minnesota
Maquoketa Caves State Park Maquoketa Iowa
Barn Bluff Trail Red Wing Minnesota
Weeping Rock and Hickory Ridge Loop Trail Bridgeport Wisconsin

Nearby Campgrounds

Pettibone Resort on the River

campground La Crosse, WI
When it comes to naturally beautiful and postcard-quality scenery, La Crosse, Wisconsin has it in droves. Pettibone Resort on the River boasts the ideal location for a great time out in Wisconsin, by offering RV campers delightful sites to hook up to. RV campers who prefer glamping from time to time will appreciate the setting and the condition of this park. There are three different locations to choose from, and the first is on the West Channel which provides access to the river and great summer fun. The Inland Pull-Through Sites are perfect for those bigger rigs and those who like waking up to the sounds of nature. The Bay Sites are ideal for those who have boats and wish to be as close to the water?s edge as possible. This is also the ideal location for anglers who can expect to land some impressive walleye, northern, perch, and monster bluegills.

Hixon House

attraction La Crosse, WI
Those who have even the tiniest little spark of appreciation for history will find a trip to Hixon House in La Crosse, Wisconsin, the highlight of their trip. This historical house belonged to a lumber baron from the 18th century, and all the furnishings in the house are impeccably preserved. Instead of making use if modern methods to replicate the older furniture, the La Crosse Historical Society decided to invest in cleaning and treating the existing items to ensure a trip that is a lot more authentic. Tours through the house are docent-led, and guests can expect to have an hour and a half to two hours to take in as much of the history unfolding before them as possible. Some of the highlights on the tour include the historical facts of the family as relayed by the docent, exquisitely carved wooden furniture, a Turkish nook with exotic and priceless artifacts, and more.

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