Stay Less than Two Miles from Kansas State Polytechnic
A room at the Country Inn & Suites puts you near Salina’s most appealing attractions, including the Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure and the Salina Art Center. Salina is home to colleges like Kansas Wesleyan University and Kansas State Polytechnic, but more than a college community, Salina also boasts businesses
like CAV Aerospace, PKM Steel and the corporate headquarters of Tony’s Pizza. Tourists visiting Salina from the first Friday in May through the last Friday in September can enjoy a weekly live act, performance or band at Friday Night Live in the downtown area.
Don’t miss these great attractions:
- Jumpin' Joe's Family Fun Center (1.6 miles)
The kids will relish a day of go-carting, laser tag, boxing, mini golf and arcade games at this exciting family fun park.
Phone: +1 (785) 827-9090
- Kansas State Polytechnic (1.4 miles)
You can study applied engineering technology or aviation-related majors at this university campus. Ask for a tour, or if you are here in December, don’t miss Candy Canes and Airplanes, a Christmas special for kids.
Phone: +1 (785) 826-2640
- Kansas Wesleyan University (1.7 miles)
Find out if this liberal arts university, affiliated with the United Methodist Church, is the right school for you. You can take a campus tour or watch the Coyotes play at Gene Bissell Field.
Phone: +1 (785) 827-5541
- Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure (9.1 miles)
This small zoo houses 100-plus species of animals from across the globe, including the rare white camel.
Phone: +1 (785) 827-9488
- Salina Art Center (3.5 miles)
Enjoy the Salina Art Center’s galleries and The ARTery Wednesday through Sunday. The galleries showcase a variety of art forms, and The ARTery is a free, interactive art space for kids of all ages.
Phone: +1 (785) 827-1431
- Salina Bicentennial Center (3.3 miles)
Take in one or more of the many performances held annually at this 7,500-seat arena.
Phone: +1 (785) 826-7469
- Smoky Hill Museum (3.5 miles)
This museum is a doorway to the history of Salina. Its 24,000-plus artifacts date back to the mid-19th century.
Phone: +1 (785) 309-5776