Places to Stay, Things to Do in Old Nauvoo

AS OF APRIL 21, 2013

The website for historic Nauvoo is historicnauvoo.net. The website for the city of Nauvoo is beautifulnauvoo.com. Rendezvous, the show we are in, does require you to order tickets in advance if you come during peak season (especially during the Nauvoo Pageant July 9-August 3). Those peak season tickets are gone already for this year, so as soon as you know your dates for next year you should check for ticket availability. Check with us first, as I am sure you will want to see it when we are on stage. J

Places to stay:

We would love to have you stay with us when you come. However, we only have one bedroom and one bathroom, so you can decide what is best for you. We do have a hide-a-bed in our living room. If we move our furniture around there would be room for children to sleep on the floor. I understand that Facilities Management has bedding and mattresses available for our use. We do have bedding here for the hide-a-bed.

Other places to stay are:

​A home in Montrose, across the Mississippi. It takes 25 minutes to drive to Nauvoo. Check at http://www.nauview-house.com or call Lois and David McAllister at 309 453 3146.

​A house in Nauvoo for $75 per night. Call Don Fontain at 262 675 6791.
Nauvoo Log Cabins in Nauvoo.

Nauvoo Family Inn and Suites in Nauvoo has a swimming pool.

I am sure a search will come up with other options. For peak season they do fill up, though.
In your planning you will want several days here to take in as much as you can. And, of course, there is the beautiful Nauvoo Temple, which is closed for the last two weeks of April and the first two weeks in November, but open most other days.

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