Iowa Vacation Rentals

Iowa Vacation Rentals

Plan your best vacation ever in Iowa. Explore our colorful destinations and pursue your own interests to create your dream vacation in Iowa!

Located in the Midwest region of the United States, Iowa is the 29th sate of the country and a place that gracefully combines history and nature. Those staying at an Iowa vacation home can expect beautiful landscapes, remote wilderness areas and historic trails along with metropolitan and modern cities.

Explore our extensive inventory of vacation rentals in Iowa. Our comprehensive directory lists several vacation homes as well as holiday apartments and cabins. We also include more traditional lodging and accommodations such as hotels, motels and inns. And for those interested in a unique lodging experience we also include bed and breakfasts.

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"My computer would not allow me to conduct your on-line survey. However, I do want you to know how pleased we were with the rentalo.com service. We did reserve a condo @ The Terrace @ Pelican Beach Resort from Ann Holderidge found through Rentalo.Com. We were pleased with our accomodations and have already told others about your service. Thank you for providing us with such a great and rewarding service. Our week in Destin was VERY enjoyable!"

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"I have been doing a little research by trying to find great deals on renting cabins @ Big Bear Mnt/Lake. Im from Colorado and heard Big Bear was an awesome place to board! Ive been planning a trip in mid Jan. to go to BB for a few days (hopefully 4). I am so excited I found this website. It made my search a lot easier, and the payment more reasonable! :) I look forward to make my stay with RENTALO. "

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"I have not officially rented one of your properties yet..... but this is a great way to locate lodging, rather than staying in a crowded hotel room. This so far has been a very plesant experience. When I needed help Frank my chat room guy was very helpful! Hope to write back, after my property or lodging is settled."

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Iowa Travel Vacation Guide

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Vacation Rentals in Iowa

Staying at a vacation rental in Iowa is an excellent idea especially if you are traveling with your family or a large group. Iowa vacation rentals not only offer more space but also more privacy, most of the times at a better rate than an Iowa hotel room. At an Iowa vacation rental you will feel just like at home, but with a variety of amenities that will make your vacation an unforgettable experience.

Things to do in Iowa


Iowa is a place for nature fans. Numerous reservations, state parks and a wide variety of historic trails await those staying at an Iowa bed and breakfast. Read on and explore some of our favorite options.

Antique Car Museum of Iowa

Antique car lovers staying at an Iowa villa should not miss the Antique Car Museum of Iowa. Opened in the fall of 2006, the museum features a collection of more than seventy automobiles and a replica Skelly Gas Station; as well as a model train exhibit operated by the Hawkeye Model Railroad Club.

Lewis and Clark Natural Historic Trail

History enthusiast will have a blast when staying at an Iowa accommodation. The state is home to the Lewis and Clark Natural Historic Trail. This trail is part of the National Trails System and follows the Missouri and Columbia rivers. It is the second largest trail of the country beginning in Harford and ending in Washington.

Effigy Mounds National Monument

Perfect for outdoor and nature enthusiasts staying at an Iowa vacation home; the Effigy Mounds National Monument is dedicated to preserve three prehistoric sites of the Allamakee and Clayton counties. It has a visitor center with a museum exhibit that highlights archaeological and natutal specimens. There are also eleven miles of hiking trails.

Ragbai

Cycling fans will be delighted when booking an Iowa vacation rental. The state is home to the Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride across Iowa. This annual event takes place in a different town of the state each year and takes seven days to complete. Participants go across the state passing through the Missouri and Mississippi rivers.

Iowa Dinning

Still considered by many as the "breadbasket of the world," Iowa offers its visitors and incredible assortment of bread types, pork chops, corn on the cob and hot dishes among many other things. Mexican restaurants are also very popular and you can also find fast food restaurants in every town.

World Known Top Events in the State of Iowa

Iowa State Fair
Des Moines, Aug. 13-23

North Iowa Band Festival
Mason City, May 22-23

Pella Tulip Time Festival
Pella, May 7-9