Allamakee County is tucked away in the extreme Northeast corner of Iowa. Discover Allamakee County up close at the newly constructed Driftless Area Education & Visitor Center just south of Lansing. Continue your scenic adventure to Effigy Mounds National Monument (80,000+ visitors/year), Yellow River State Forest (9,000 acres), Driftless Area Scenic Byway (voted #1 most scenic in the state), and Great River Road (36.2 miles of amazing)! History and nature blend into beautiful parks and recreation in Allamakee County. A four-season paradise, sports enthusiasts will love the beautiful canoeing along the Upper Iowa, Yellow and Mississippi Rivers. Several trout streams are well stocked with popular game fish. Horseback riding, hiking and camping round out the warm weather months. Autumn months bring about hunting seasons for popular game such as turkey, pheasant, partridge and deer. Cross country skiing and snowmobiling are winter sports made for this area. The drive through the area is scenic whatever season you visit.
Towns include Harpers Ferry, Lansing, New Albin, Postville, Waterville, and Waukon.
Allamakee County Economic Development is a nonprofit, county-wide economic development corporation focused on expanding the economic growth of the county. Its primary emphasis is to enhance existing economic development efforts in Allamakee County through retention and expansion of existing business and industry, tourism marketing and coordination, housing need assessment and development, and the recruitment of new business and industry by providing assistance and referrals. Allamakee County Economic Development is available to help with educational sessions, marketing efforts, grant writing, financial research and development assistance.
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The UERPC 2019 November Newsletter is here!
The Iowa Department of Transportation is seeking input for their public transit long-range plan. The survey and information about the plan can be found at https://iowadot.gov/iowainmotion/Modal-Plans/Public-Transit-Plan. Everyone is encouraged to take the survey. It will be open through November 1.
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The UERPC 2019 October Newsletter is here!
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