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1900 22nd Avenue SW
Minot  North Dakota  58701  US
LAT: 48.210482 LONG: -101.3224
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Telephone: +1 (701) 837-1900 Fax: +1 (701) 837-0150

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Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Minot, ND

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Visit Attractions near This Hotel’s Minot, ND Location

The Country Inn & Suites features a great location near local businesses and attractions like the Minot Air Force Base and Dakota Territory Air Museum. Family-friendly attractions, including Roosevelt Park and Zoo and Pioneer Village, are just a short distance away. Also, the nearby North Dakota State Fair Center hosts a variety of events throughout the year. For an exciting day trip an easy drive from this hotel's location in central Minot, ND, head to Sakakawea Lake for fishing, water skiing, hiking and other outdoor activities.

Don't miss these local favorites:

  • Dakota Square Mall (0.8 miles)
    This shopping mall features four department stores, a nine-screen movie theatre, restaurants and various events throughout the year.
    Phone: +1 (701) 839-7500
  • Scandinavian Heritage Park (1.6 miles)
    The Scandinavian Heritage Association was formed in 1989 to honor the area’s history and commemorate the culture of Scandinavia. The nearby Scandinavian Heritage Park features artifacts and exhibits from Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland.
    Phone: +1 (701) 852-9161
  • Roosevelt Park and Zoo (2.7 miles)
    The Roosevelt Park and Zoo was established in 1920 and was first home to a single male bison from Montana. Since then, the zoo has grown to feature over 50 species, including zebras, kangaroos and giraffes.
    Phone: +1 (701) 857-4166
  • Minot State University (2.8 miles)
    Minot State University is the third largest university in North Dakota, with over 3,400 students. The university offers more than 60 undergraduate programs and several graduate degrees.
    Phone: +1 (701) 858-3000
  • ND State Fair Center (3.1 miles)
    Home of the annual North Dakota State Fair, this nearby complex is billed as the “Entertainment Capital of North Dakota.” The center hosts concerts, shows and events throughout the year.
    Phone: +1 (701) 857-7620
  • Pioneer Village (3.1 miles)
    Located on the ND State Fairgrounds, Pioneer Village takes a look back at life during the frontier days. This complex has an original log cabin as well as a museum of antique vehicles.
    Phone: +1 (701) 839-0785
  • Dakota Territory Air Museum (4.5 miles)
    Founded in 1986 with the intent of providing the region with a comprehensive aviation history facility, the Dakota Territory Air Museum features a wide range of vintage aircraft on display, as well as photos and other memorabilia showcasing the area’s military and civilian aviators.
    Phone: +1 (701) 852-8500
  • Sakakawea Lake (43 miles)
    Offering more than 1,340 miles of shoreline, Sakakawea Lake is a nature-lover’s paradise. The lake boasts 35 recreation areas that offer ample opportunities for fishing, boating, water skiing, boating, hunting and other outdoor activities.
    Phone: +1 (701) 487-3315