See the Best of Rapid City from Hotel's Prime Location
When you stay at the Country Inn & Suites Rapid City, the hotel's central location near downtown and a variety of natural attractions like Jewel Cave makes it easy to enjoy your stay. Take the whole family to Bear Country U.S.A. for a wild outdoor adventure with the grizzlies, or make the easy afternoon trip for a glimpse of one of the most iconic attractions in the US at Mount Rushmore National Park. History buffs love seeing the Old West come to life at Deadwood, and Presidents Walk offers a fascinating glimpse into American history. Whether you're in town for business or leisure, don't miss exploring historic Rapid City on the Rapid City Trolley Tour. For easy commutes, Rapid City Regional Airport is just minutes away.
Be sure to visit these additional attractions
.Take time to visit these local attractions:
Rapid City Regional Airport (RAP)
- The Journey Museum (2.4 miles)
History lovers are sure to enjoy a fascinating day at this museum, which offers exhibits on dinosaurs, Native American history and culture, homesteaders and space exploration.
Phone: +1 (605) 394-6923
- Rapid City Trolley Tour (3.9 miles)
For just $2 for each adult and $1 for each child, this charming trolley service provides a narrated tour of many Rapid City attractions. Each ticket is good for the entire day and the trolley can be boarded from any of 17 stops throughout the city.
Phone: +1 (605) 394-6631
- Presidents Walk (4 miles)
Don’t miss this free attraction, in which life-sized bronze statues of the nation’s past presidents are situated on street corners throughout historic downtown Rapid City.
Phone: +1 (605) 484-2162
- Bear Country U.S.A. (13.6 miles)
Take the kids to get up close and personal with exciting creatures like black and grizzly bears, wolves, foxes, buffalo, big-horned sheep and river otters at this 250-acre, drive-through wildlife park.
Phone: +1 (605) 343-2290
- Mount Rushmore National Memorial (35 miles)
This iconic national monument displays the faces of American presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln on the side of a spectacular rock face.
Phone: +1 (605) 574-2515
- Deadwood (41.8 miles)
Step into the past at this historic Old-West-style town, which features reenactments, nineteenth-century architecture, shopping, dining and a casino.
Phone: +1 (800)-999-1876
- Jewel Cave (54 miles)
The third longest cave in the world, Jewel Cave is 142 feet long and gets its name from numerous calcite crystals and gypsum deposits found along its walls.
Phone: +1 (605) 673-2288
Distance: 15 miles