Triboji Beach/Lazy Lagoon
Lazy Lagoon was part of the Triboji development between the Percival family and the Sioux City Tribune, which helped promote investment in the property beginning in 1928. The lagoon was dug as a shelter for boats during rough weather. Businessman Alex Percival had established a campground, Northwoods Park, in the 1920s, which became Triboji. Under private ownership, Lazy Lagoon has been a resort, a marina, and boat livery.
In Okoboji, you can still find clues to the past around us. Some things are easy to spot: Arnolds Park, The Sharp Monument, and Central Ballroom (Central Emporium) still stand. Sadly, most other “places” of note have been lost to development and modernization. This wide-angle photo is a case in point.
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