Eau Claire, Wisconsin Hotel near Oakwood Mall, Chippewa Valley Airport
Conveniently located only six miles from the Chippewa Valley Airport and a number of local attractions, the Country Inn & Suites Eau Claire, Wisconsin hotel is sure to please the entire family. Spend the afternoon shopping at the Oakwood Mall or go hiking on the Chippewa Valley State Trail system. Our hotel puts you in the center of all the action and is convenient to transportation options like the Chippewa Valley Airport.The following businesses and attractions are not far from our hotel:
- Oakwood Mall (0.7 miles)
Looking for great Eau Claire shopping? Make the short trip to the Oakwood Mall, with an array of name-brand stores, delicious restaurants and even a movie theater to keep the entire family entertained.
Phone: +1 (715) 836-0044
- University of Wisconsin Eau Claire (4.9 miles)
Stay at the Country Inn & Suites when visiting the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire campus or cheering on the BluGolds at an athletic event.
Phone: +1 (715) 836-2637
- Carson Park (6.1 miles)
Attend a baseball game, take a rail-car ride through the park or just enjoy the outdoor recreation at Carson Park.
- Paul Bunyan Logging Camp (6.9 miles)
Interested in folk tales? Be sure to stop in and see the Paul Bunyan Logging Camp.
Phone: +1 (715) 835-6200
- Chippewa Valley Museum (7 miles)
Sample the tasty ice cream at the vintage ice cream parlor, located in the museum, and learn about the history of Chippewa Valley and early America.
Phone: +1 (715) 834-7871
- Cook-Rutledge Mansion (14.2 miles)
The Cook-Rutledge Mansion is the perfect place for wedding receptions or formal meetings and events in Eau Claire. The beautiful 19th century décor and landscaping is well worth the short drive from our hotel.
Phone: +1 (715) 723-7181
- Chippewa River State Trail (12 miles)
Go biking, hiking, skiing and much more on the Chippewa River State Trail.
- Wisconsin Yellowstone Trail (25 miles)
View a part of the country's history and hike along the first transcontinental automobile route ever created