Lodging options in the Iowa Driftless

One of the first considerations of any fishing trip is- “where can we stay?” We get this question a lot when clients book a trip. The options vary and depend on what type of place you are looking for, the season, accessibility, activities you are interested in, and the people you’ll be with.

Below is a list that we commonly distribute. As time goes on, we’ll add to the list, and if you happen to know of a place you’ve stayed that isn’t on the list, e-mail me and I’ll add it! This isn’t intended to be an online review of places to stay (please don’t leave negative comments…positive ones encouraged)- just a list of options for your next visit to the region.

Happy fishing! And remember…Iowa trout streams stay open year round. We’d love to show you our home water!

Bear Creek Cabins (near Highlandville, Iowa- right on South Bear Creek!). http://www.bearcreekcabinsia.com/
Red Cedar Lodge (Charles City, Iowa near Spring Creek): https://www.theredcedarlodge.com/.
Trout River Log Cabin (also on a great stream! East of Decorah between Decorah and Waukon):
Pine Creek Cabins and Campgrounbd (near Highlandville/Dorchester, Iowa) http://www.visitiowa.org/pinecreekcabins/
Sportsmans Motel and Campground (near Dorchester, Iowa):
Hutchinson Family Farms Campground:
Decorah, Iowa Motels and Hotels: See google map for area options: https://goo.gl/maps/DA0ks
Hotel Capone: Spillville, Iowa (South of Decorah)
Camping: Pulpit Rock Campground (Decorah) http://www.decorahia.org/pr/pr.asp?id=prpulpit_rock
Sampson Springs Campground (East of Decorah): http://www.sampsonspringscampground.com/
Lansing Loft (Lansing, IA):
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