From Memorial Day to Labor Day, Calvary United Methodist Church in Arnolds Park worships at the bridge between Arnolds Park and Okoboji. A beautiful setting where people gather in in lawn chairs, on benches, in boats, kayaks, canoes and even in their vehicles to experience a truly unique worship opportunity. In its 27 year history, Read More »
Population: 4,368 Spirit Lake is a great stop for shopping, groceries, car care, realtors, banks and all the services you would expect to find in Dickinson County’s largest city. Locally owned and operated clothing stores, gift shops, pubs, eateries and a comedy club dot the main street in uptown Spirit Lake. To the west, you’ll 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 »
Tallgrass Village is the Lakes area prier multi-family development featuring 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments and 3 and 4 bedroom townhouses. All units feature 9′ ceilings, in unit laundry, upscale appliances, on site management, children’s play area and ample parking for boats and trailers. The Village is centrally located at the corner of 41st 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).
For over 100 years the Camp Foster YMCA has been providing kids a place to be themselves. With their ‘Kids First’ approach, camp will create an environment that will teach kids character values and how to build relationships. Campers will discover the wonders of enjoying traditional outdoor activities along with learning new skills that can Read More »