The Best Driving Schools in Iowa

Best Driving Schools In Iowa | Spirit Lake, IA

As winter loosens its icy grip on local roads, it’s time to plan driving lessons for the teen in your family. Some school districts offer driver education, and the Iowa Department of Transportation also lists private companies that can help get your son or daughter behind the wheel. From your friends at Motor Inn of Spirit Lake, here are some of the best driving schools in Iowa.

Spirit Lake and Estherville

Near Spirit Land and Estherville, Naig’s School of Driving offers on-site lessons. The owner is Doyle Naig and he can be reached at (712) 461-0954 or by email at dnaig@thegenerals.org. The owner of the Northwest Driving Academy is Wes Hunziker, who can be reached at (712) 330-5634 or nwiada@gmail.com. The Iowa Great Lakes Driving School LLC is available by phone at (712) 240-2272, or by email to the owner, David Schulz, at dschulz23@gmail.com.

Knoxville

In the Knoxville area, you can find the Training Wheels driving school, owned and operated by Cindy Hauschildt. The phone number is (641) 820-0234, and the email address is trainingwheelsdrivereducation@gmail.co.

Carroll

The Deluxe Driving Academy is available in the Carroll area. To schedule, contact owner Mike Bach at (712) 210-0126 or by email at mike@deluxedrivingacademy.com.

Algona

In Algona, your best bet is probably something in Des Moines, and there are three possibilities. Triple “R” Driving School: Rump’s Road Rules is owned by Ryan Rump who can be reached at (319) 470-6975 or via email at triplerdrivingschool@gmail.com. Drive with Cops is another option, and owners David Kopp and Matthew McCarty can be contacted at (515) 981-6363 or dkopp@drivewithcops.com. The Des Moines area is also home to Street Smarts LLC, and owner Dan McElroy can be reached at (515) 279-1112 or at ssdedm@gmail.com.

For more information, contact us at Motor Inn of Spirit Lake.

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Fall Attractions in Iowa

Children Enjoying Fall Attractions In Iowa

Autumn is a beautiful time of year here in Iowa. We love seeing the leaves changing and feeling the crisp coolness in the air. If you are wanting to spend some time outdoors, here are some great fall attractions in Iowa.

Hawk Valley Garden

Every fall, Hawk Valley Garden, in Spencer, Iowa turns into a pumpkin patch. Head to the garden to pick out some pumpkins, decorative squash, or even some fantastic pumpkin stackers to impress all your neighbors.

Pikes Point State Park

We all love to visit Pikes Point in the summer and spend a day on the beach. In the fall, you can visit the park to get a great view of the beautiful fall colors. You can even head out on the water to see the leaves on all sides of the lake.

Family Glow Walk

On Oct. 5, take your family on a fun nighttime adventure with a Glow Walk. The walk starts at the Pearson Lakes Art Center at 6:30 p.m. Bring glow sticks to wear.

Little Monsters Halloween Walk

Have your kids put on their costumes and head to downtown Spirt Lake on Saturday, Oct. 26. Downtown business will be handing out candy from 2-4 p.m.

Contact us here at Motor Inn to schedule your vehicle’s fall service appointment. We’re here to ensure that your autumnal travels are as safe as they are fun.

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