Visit the Glacial Lakes from Hotel’s Site in Watertown, SD
Whether you’re a nature enthusiast or a history buff, you’ll find exciting attractions within easy reach of the Country Inn & Suites hotel’s location in Watertown, SD. Families love spending time at Bramble Park Zoo, home to hundreds of fascinating animals, while avid shoppers can browse the stores at Kemp Avenue and Watertown Mall. The hotel is also convenient to the beautiful Glacial Lakes, which offer hiking, fishing, boating and swimming opportunities. If you’re interested in history, take a tour of Codington Country Heritage Museum or the Mellette House.While you're here, visit:
- Bramble Park Zoo (5 miles)
Take a walk on the wild side at this zoo, which is home to more than 500 animals, including penguins, bears and bison.
Phone: +1 (605) 882-6269
- Codington County Heritage Museum (3 miles)
This former Carnegie Library building is a great place for history buffs to get a taste of the area’s past.
Phone: +1 (605) 886-7335
- Glacial Lakes (6.2 miles)
Visitors to Lake Kampeska and Pelican Lake can fish, boat, swim and hike in a beautiful natural setting.
Phone: +1 (605) 886-7305
- Goss Opera House & Gallery (3 miles)
A popular concert and event venue, this 19th-century opera house also offers an art gallery, a restaurant and a coffee shop.
Phone: +1 (605) 878-4677
- Kemp Avenue (3 miles)
Shoppers can find great deals at Kemp Avenue, which is home to more than 200 local and national retail stores.
- Mellette House (4 miles)
Once the home of South Dakota's first governor, Arthur Calvin Mellette, this ornate mansion gives visitors a glimpse of life in an 1885 Dakota territory home.
Phone: +1 (605) 886-4730
- Redlin Art Center (.5 miles)
Art aficionados can appreciate the art of area native Terry Redlin at this local museum .
Phone: +1 (605) 882-3877
- Watertown Mall (1.8 miles)
With three dozen restaurants and shops, including Claire’s, Rue 21, Maurice's and Bath & Body Works, this nearby mall is a great one-stop shopping destination.
Phone: +1 (605) 882-1734