Hotel’s Location is near University of Wisconsin-Stout
Explore the beauty and charm of Dunn County, WI during your stay at the Country Inn & Suites in Menomonie. Walk or bike through Wisconsin’s forests, farmlands and prairies on the 14-mile Red Cedar State Trail, just half a mile from the hotel. Drive part of the historic Yellowstone Trail to see local landmarks, including the spectacular Mabel Tainter Theater with its castle-like façade and beautiful stained glass. Prospective students and their families can appreciate the hotel’s location near the University of Wisconsin-Stout, and golf enthusiasts can spend the day improving their game on the beautiful courses of the Chippewa Valley Golf Club.
Nearby Menomonie attractions include:
- Chippewa Valley Golf Club (3.1 miles)
Work on your swing at this scenic 18-hole course featuring beautiful lakes and mature trees.
Phone: +1 (800) 494-8987
- Empire in Pine Museum (9 miles)
Step back in time to explore Dunn County’s historic logging industry. See daily life in a logger’s and stone quarry worker’s camp, and then visit the vintage jail and post office.
Phone: +1 (715) 232-8685
- Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts (1.8 miles)
This castle-like theater, originally constructed in 1889, has been named one of the world’s most spectacular theaters by CNN and is home to the local arts scene, including a popular arts and crafts fair.
Phone: +1 (715) 235-0001
- Menomonie 7 Theatre (3.2 miles)
Grab some popcorn and catch the latest blockbuster at Menomonie’s local movie theater.
Phone: +1 (715) 235-0555
- Red Cedar State Trail (0.5 miles)
Explore the beauty of western Wisconsin first-hand on this 14-mile trail that’s ideal for walking, bicycling, snowshoeing and even kayaking.
Phone: +1 (715) 232-1242
- Shops Off Broadway (0.3 miles)
Spend an afternoon shopping at this popular retail center, then enjoy a few games of bowling before ordering dinner at Stout Ale House.
Phone: +1 (715) 347-0473
- University of Wisconsin-Stout (2 miles)
UW-Stout enrolls more than 9,000 students and offers more than 70 undergraduate and undergraduate degrees, with a special focus on industry and technology.
Phone: +1 (715) 232-1122
- Wisconsin Yellowstone Trail (0.3 miles)
Established in 1912, the Yellowstone Trail was the first transcontinental highway, stretching from Massachusetts to Oregon (“from Plymouth Rock to Puget Sound.”) Part of this route remains in Wisconsin and offers a scenic drive dotted with local landmarks (including the Mabel Tainter Theater).
Phone: +1 (888) 523-3866