It's not uncommon to discover a metallic grain canister or two when traversing the rural Iowa scene. These substantial metal structures are customarily utilized for storing farm produce. In any case, spending the night in one is not an everyday event, but that is precisely what guests can do at two recently opened grain receptacle lodges in Northwest Iowa's Dog Creek Park. The upcycled metal canister lodges give guests all the security and tranquility they could dream of.
With their ribbed metal sides, the lodges look both cutting edge and charmingly rustic. However, once inside, each lodge offers all the cutting edge conveniences a gathering could require for an enjoyable experience at Northwest Iowa. Every one of the lodges is furnished with rooms lodging up to twelve individuals with loads of space to mingle and semi-private niches to unwind. Watch the dawn over the lake from the lodge's wraparound yard or plan an outdoor dinner event in the lodge's adjoining cookout space.
The lodges come completely furnished with television, wi-fi, and a full kitchen.
Lodge rentals are open from May through December, and start at $130 per night.
To learn more or book your stay, contact O'Brien County Conservation at 712.295.7200