Population: 2,486 For any business or family wanting to experience the benefits of small-town caring at the Iowa Great Lakes, contact the Milford Commercial Club. They are ready to help you with relocation into Milford where residents enjoy a high quality educational system, a government that is friendly to businesses and citizens, reasonable utilities, solid Read More »
The first library in Milford was started in “Old Town” by the settlers. In the year 1923-1924, the Milford Federated Women’s Club established a town library as one of their projects. The committee was made up of Mrs. Fred LaFontaine, Mrs. Wilbur Moreland and Mrs. Ollie Holcomb, who went from house to house and solicited Read More »
Feel the difference chiropractic makes! Natural Family Chiropractic is a place that you can bring your entire family (yes even the day old baby). Dr. Shanna provides different techniques that are based on your preference and size. Check out the website naturalfamilychiro.com. There you will find articles, testimonials, healthy recipes, activity calendar, and much more. Read More »
1919 Root Beer (http://www.1919rootbeer.com), Buddy’s Sodas (www.buddyssodas.com), Hauenstein Beer (www.hauensteinbeer.com) Some things never go out of style, and that’s why Lakes Area vendors proudly serve 1919 Draft Root Beer! America’s original brewery-made root beer has been putting smiles on the faces of Okoboji travelers for years. The New Ulm Brewing and Beverage Company is the Read More »
Population: 820 Okoboji is bordered by West Lake Okoboji on one side, East Lake Okoboji on the other side and the country toward the north. Residents feel the presence of the lakes at almost every home site in Okoboji, whether they are located on the miles of lakeshore frontage or in the wooded lots nearby. Read More »
The Okoboji Community Schools have been named one of four ‘Schools of Character’ in Iowa! CHARACTER COUNTS! offers people of all ages the opportunity to work together to make a difference through awareness training programs that share the six pillars of character (Trustworthy, Respect, Responsible, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship).