Explore the great outdoors in southwest Missouri

Home to several state parks and conservation areas, Nevada is the ideal place to commune with nature after your long drive down I-49. The Country Inn & Suites, Nevada, MO places you close to waterfront views and plenty of things to do at Four Rivers Conservation Area and Radio Springs Park. You can visit the Bushwhacker Museum to learn about Missouri's heritage through Civil War artifacts or sip fine wines at DeLaney Vineyard & Winery, both less than three miles from the hotel. We're also near Cottey College, perfect for families of students and alumni visiting the campus.
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Bushwhacker Museum

1.97 mi / 3.17 km from the hotel
Learn about small-town America through the eyes of 19th-century Vernon County residents at this fascinating museum. Browse Native American and Civil War exhibits before walking next door to the Bushwhacker Jail, the oldest structure in the city.

Champion Diamonds Baseball Complex

0.6 mi / 0.96 km from the hotel
Take in America's pastime at Champion Diamonds, the site of baseball and softball competitions for teams throughout Missouri.

Cottey College

2.55 mi / 4.1 km from the hotel
This independent women's college, a P.E.O. institution, offers an award-winning scholastic program. During your campus visit, you can stroll through the lovely 33-acre recreational area or cheer on the Comets at a basketball game.

Crowder College Nevada Center

2.85 mi / 4.59 km from the hotel
This acclaimed junior college is known for its attentive faculty, small class sizes, and high-level research into clean energy that has garnered global admiration and several awards.

DeLaney Vineyard & Winery

2.06 mi / 3.32 km from the hotel
If you're a wine aficionado, check out this family-owned vineyard, where Larry DeLaney produces vintage delights such as Celtic Charm, a sweet white wine.

Four Rivers Conservation Area

13.07 mi / 21.04 km from the hotel
Admire the beautiful views surrounding the four rivers that run through this enchanted wetland preserve. The rivers and wetlands are a haven for waterfowl, so take a camera to capture herons, pelicans and shorebirds in flight.