Discover the celebrated Sandhill Crane Migration

Whether you're in town to visit a UNK student, watch the sandhill cranes migrate or take a break from interstate travel, you're sure to find a variety of things to do near the Country Inn & Suites, Kearney, NE. For an outdoor adventure, head to Fort Kearny State Recreation Area for fishing and hiking. Got tickets to a Tri-City Storm hockey game? We're less than five minutes from the team's home ice at the Viaero Center. If you're looking for an experience that's unique to Kearney, watch the annual Sandhill Crane Migration at Rowe Sanctuary in March, or stroll across the 310-foot-long Archway, a museum that stretches across I-80.
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Cabela’s

3.5 mi / 5.64 km from the hotel
For outdoor and sports gear, head to Cabela's in Kearney. Going fishing? Grab some bait from the bait shop, and let yourself be lured in by the delicious fudge and nuts at the snack shop.

Fort Kearney State Historical Park

4.6 mi / 7.41 km from the hotel
Built in 1848, this outpost has a colorful heritage, offering a safe place for Pony Express riders, homesteaders and gold prospectors over the decades.

Fort Kearney State Recreation Area

4.86 mi / 7.83 km from the hotel
Take your fishing pole and a picnic basket, go hiking, or go for a swim in one of the sparkling lakes scattered throughout the park's 186 acres. You may also catch a glimpse of the area's large waterfowl population.

Iain Nicolson Audubon Center at Rowe Sanctuary

10.41 mi / 16.75 km from the hotel
Learn about the amazing annual migration of sandhill cranes and other waterfowl while you take in lovely views of the Platte River at Rowe Sanctuary, which covers more than 2,400 acres.

Kearney Area Children's Museum

3.96 mi / 6.37 km from the hotel
Your children's imaginations can run wild at Kearney Area Children's Museum, where hands-on exhibits inspire youngsters to create, explore, build and play.

Museum of Nebraska Art

1.78 mi / 2.86 km from the hotel
The Museum of Nebraska Art displays the history and culture of Nebraska through its 5,000-piece art collection. You can experience the Cornhusker State through the eyes of artists like John James Audubon, Robert Henri and Jun Kaneko.