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3614 Gateway Drive
Eau Claire  WI  54701  USA
LAT: 44.779794 LONG: -91.43213
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Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Eau Claire, WI

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Hotel’s Location in Eau Claire, WI near Oakwood Mall

The Country Inn & Suites is conveniently situated near many area attractions, including the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire and the Cook-Rutledge Mansion. Spend a day shopping at the Oakwood Mall, or take in a minor-league baseball game at Carson Park, both just minutes from the hotel’s location in Eau Claire, WI. If you’re an outdoor enthusiast, consider hiking or skiing on the Chippewa River State Trail. Parents and kids of all ages enjoy a trip to the Paul Bunyan Logging Camp, where visitors can see what life was like for lumberjacks in the 1890s. Finish your outing with a treat from the vintage 1950s ice cream parlor at the Chippewa Valley Museum to get a true taste of the era.

The hotel is near the following attractions:
  • Oakwood Mall (0.7 miles)
    This large shopping center features stores like Macy’s, Eddie Bauer and Old Navy. If you’re looking to catch a movie, there’s a Carmike Cinemas at the mall as well.
    Phone: +1 (715) 836-0044
  • University of Wisconsin Eau Claire (4.9 miles)
    Situated on the beautiful Chippewa River, this public university has over 10,000 undergraduate students and is home to UW-Eau Claire Blugold athletics.
    Phone: +1 (715) 836-2637
  • Carson Park (6.1 miles)
    Cheer on the Eau Claire Express baseball team at this historic 77-year-old stadium.
  • Paul Bunyan Logging Camp (6.9 miles)
    Kids love this colorful museum filled with artifacts and memorabilia from an 1890s logging camp.
    Phone: +1 (715) 835-6200
  • Chippewa Valley Museum (7 miles)
    Learn about the history and culture of Chippewa Valley, and then grab a frozen treat from the vintage ice cream parlor.
    Phone: +1 (715) 834-7871
  • Chippewa River State Trail (12 miles)
    Constructed over a defunct rail line, this 30-mile trail is perfect for runners, cyclists and cross-country skiers.
  • Cook-Rutledge Mansion (14.2 miles)
    Built in 1897, this stately brick home was once the residence of a lumber baron. It now serves as a venue for weddings, luncheons and corporate meetings.
    Phone: +1 (715) 723-7181
  • Wisconsin Yellowstone Trail (25 miles)
    Capture a piece of history by driving on Wisconsin’s stretch of the first transcontinental highway in the U.S.