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Omaha, Nebraska is a town that has a variety of activities to do and see. The old market shopping and restaurant district, to AAA baseball, to the Henry Doorly Zoo, Omaha has it all and much more!
1301 Harney St.
Omaha, NE 68102
Phone (402) 346-5000
Fax (402) 346-7050
The Siouxland Chamber of Commerce serves the tri-state region including the cities of Sioux City and Sergeant Bluff, Iowa; South Sioux City and Dakota City, Nebraska; and North Sioux City and Dakota Dunes, South Dakota by promoting economic development and quality of life for the region.

Phone (712) 255-7903

For more than 100 years Okoboji has been the ideal destination for family vacations. Truly a recreational haven, the Iowa Great Lakes are rich in heritage and abundant in leisure activities. Visitors of all ages are drawn to the blue lakes, the sunshine and the fun times of Okoboji.

Here you'll find something for everyone, from fishing to golf, amusement parks to nature trails, shopping to arts and every water sport imaginable. Make plans now to visit these naturally beautiful blue water lakes.

Okoboji Tourism
243 W Broadway St
Arnolds Park, IA 51331
(800) 270-2574

The Loess Hills Scenic Byway affords many scenic views as it twists through the range from north to south, starting in Westfield, Iowa and ending in Hamburg. While much of the landscape is held in private ownership, thousands of acres of public land exist in state and county parks, wildlife areas and preserves. The Nature Conservancy also owns several preserve areas in the Hills which are open to the public, including Broken Kettle Preserve - the largest contiguous tract of native prairie left in Iowa and home to the last remaining known population of prairie rattlesnake in Iowa. The Loess Hills State Forest is located in west-central Iowa in Harrison and Monona counties. It comprises 4 units totaling 10,600 acres (43 km2), and offers hiking, backpacking, picnicking, and fishing opportunities. Preparation Canyon State Park, located near Pisgah in Monona County, is a less developed park in the middle of the Loess Hills State Forest. It has 344 acres (1.4 km2) including what was once the Mormon village of Preparation. Backpacking trails lead to hike-in campsites. Two major state parks anchor the north and south end of the range - Waubonsie in the south and Stone in the north, both offer camping and a variety of other amenities. Hitchcock Nature Center is operated by the Pottawattamie County Conservation Board and features a lodge with raptor viewing platform and observation tower, from which one has striking views of the Hills, the Missouri River valley, and the skyline of downtown Omaha, Nebraska. Hike-in camping is also available at this location.

Loess Hills forming the valley wall of the Missouri River Valley in Council Bluffs, Iowa

Two National Natural Landmarks are located in the Loess Hills. The Little Sioux/Smith Lake Site contains 2,980 acres (12 km2) and is perhaps the best example of the unique topography produced by large deposits of loess soil. The 7,440-acre (30 km2) Turin Site of the Loess Hills National Natural Landmark is located just outside of Turin and also contains the Turin Man prehistoric archeological site.

Call the Iowa DNR for more informaion. 1-877-427-2757 Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm (CST), closed on State holidays.