Outdoor Adventures Abound in Little Falls, MN

If you love connecting with nature, you've come to the right place; the Country Inn & Suites is close to Charles A. Lindbergh State Park and plenty of other outdoor destinations. Grab your binoculars and go birdwatching at Lake Alexander Preserve, only 22 miles away, or walk through the wetlands of the local wildlife refuge to see flocks of sandhill cranes. Prefer entertainment a little closer to home? There are tons of things to do within two miles of the hotel, like picnicking at Maple Island Park and petting the stable animals at Pine Grove Zoo.
Select what to see in a map

Camp Ripley

6.81 mi / 10.95 km from the hotel
As a guest at our hotel, you are within minutes of this 53,000-acre training facility for military and support personnel.

Charles A. Lindbergh State Park

2.73 mi / 4.4 km from the hotel
Lace up your hiking boots and hit the trails at this nearby state park, which also offers opportunities to canoe, fish, ski and birdwatch.

Charles Lindbergh House and Museum

2.65 mi / 4.27 km from the hotel
Visit Charles Lindbergh's childhood home, a National Historic Landmark, to learn about his life and his momentous voyage from New York to Paris aboard the Spirit of St. Louis, the first-ever non-stop flight across the Atlantic Ocean.

Crane Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

5.31 mi / 8.54 km from the hotel
Plan a visit to this refuge to see sandhill cranes and other forms of wildlife amid wetlands, oak woods and other natural habitats. You can also enjoy a three-and-a-half-mile hike along the scenic Platte River trail.

Maple Island Park

1.3 mi / 2.1 km from the hotel
Pack a picnic and take a serene stroll through this sprawling city park, home to gazebos, walking paths and the small waterfalls that once gave this town its name.

Minnesota Fishing Museum and Hall of Fame

1.71 mi / 2.75 km from the hotel
With a free kids' fishing pond, classes and games, this museum offers educational fun for all ages. Be sure to check out the exhibits about Minnesota's fishing heritage and angling legends.