Top 2 National Parks in Iowa

    The great state of Iowa can be a little deceiving. It’s not often considered to be an exciting place to visit but in reality, there is so much beauty and adventure waiting for you.

    This blog post will show you why Iowa is worth visiting. It has hills, views, and history that you might want to see!

    Do you want to do something new? I think that if you take some time and explore, then you might find something amazing that you’ve never seen before. This blog post will discuss my personal trip through Iowa. It was one of the most memorable experiences ever!

    1. Effigy Mounds National Monument

    Effigy Mounds National Monument

    Effigy Mounds National Monument is in northeastern Iowa. It is about a half-mile south of Marquette and one mile from U.S Route 18, just off the road near the intersection with Effigy Road.

    This monument was made by President Calvin Coolidge in 1927. It is to keep the burial mounds from Native Americans; they are mostly Woodland culture from Mississippian time.

    There were a lot of mounds made from earth. That’s what people used to use before they had brick or stone. They would make them out of dirt and put things on top, like trees or animals carved in the dirt.

    Many people visit this area to see the natural features of the landscape. This includes forests, wetlands, and rivers. It also has tallgrass prairies and mounds shaped like animals that many Eastern Woodland Indians built.

    2. Herbert Hoover National Historic Site

    Herbert Hoover National Historic Site

    Established in 1929, the Herbert Hoover National Historic Site is one of many sites that make up a system of Presidential preserves.

    This site is for people who want to know about President Hoover. They can find out more about his life and the things he liked to do.

    Herbert Hoover National Historic Site is a place of many important things. One of them is the birthplace of our president, Herbert Hoover. He was a very good man who did many things to help people in need.

    People can see President Hoover’s home. They can read books and walk their dogs in the park if they follow the rules. They need to have their dog on a leash or not let it go on public sidewalks so that it does not get hurt.

    We hope you had fun reading this blog post. If you are planning to visit Iowa, we hope our blog has helped with your travel plans and answered some of your questions. If you have any other questions, contact us! Our team is always happy to help answer any questions or give advice for a perfect vacation in Iowa.