Okoboji is a city in Dickinson County, Iowa, United States, along the eastern shore of West Okoboji Lake in the Iowa Great Lakes region.

Okoboji is a major summer tourism area. A growing number of resorts around the Iowa Great Lakes and the proximity of other tourist-friendly sites, such as Arnolds Park and Spirit Lake, have contributed to its growing popularity. Okoboji has also become a recognizable name around the country due to the sales of many products that proudly display the town name in bold letters. Visitors to Okoboji will immediately notice bumper stickers, mugs and sweatshirts touting the fictitious University of Okoboji where many locals claim to have received an education.

Iowa’s resort region offers year-round recreation, with water sports in the summer sunshine and cold-weather activities such as the University of Okoboji Winter Games. Enjoy art and theatre events, family activities, shopping and dining, swimming, fishing, boating, horseback riding, plus numerous campgrounds, hotels and resorts.

Visit Lake Okoboji attractions and experience all the great activities in the area, including boating, fishing, golfing, shopping, and much, much more!