Allamakee Driftless Safari provides unique option for family summer fun

Those looking for something fun to do with the family this summer should look no further than their own public library, where they can pick up their 2014 Driftless Safari Tote Bag, Guidebook and Map and begin their Driftless Safari adventure.
The Allamakee County Economic Development (ACED) staff, along with help from Allamakee County Conservation, have all 20 posts securely planted and ready for the “hunt”. Participants can just follow the clues in the guidebook, with some new sites added to this year’s tour.
The Safari lasts all summer long through Labor Day and participants can take their time to explore each location or can complete the entire trip in a day or weekend. Once the guidebook is completed with a visit to all 20 Driftless Safari sites throughout Allamakee County, participants can return to the library for a coupon good for one free ice cream cone compliments of WW Homestead Dairy at Waukon (one coupon per guidebook).
Guidebooks can also be taken directly back to WW Homestead Dairy to receive an ice cream coupon which can redeemed and enjoyed right away. Safari Tote Bags and ice cream coupons will also be available all summer long at the Allamakee County Economic Development office.