Discover year-round tourist attractions in Red Wing

The Country Inn & Suites is located within minutes of the best things to do in Red Wing, MN, from spending a day in the snow to spending a night at the slots. You can try your luck at the 24-hour Treasure Island casino or opt for a more peaceful excursion along the Cannon Valley Trail. When it's powder season, head to the Welch Village ski and snowboard area for some cold-weather thrills. Situated about an hour southeast of the Twin Cities, our hotel is an excellent home base for day trips into Minneapolis. When you have to head home, we're located about five miles from Red Wing Regional Airport (RGK) and about 45 miles from Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport (MSP).
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Sheldon Theatre of Performing Arts

3.81 mi / 6.13 km from the hotel
This charming theater not only hosts local talent but also features touring events where you can enjoy comedy, music, dance and films.

Cannon Valley Trail

14.27 mi / 22.96 km from the hotel
Hike, bike or skate the 19.7-mile trail between Red Wing and Cannon Falls from the Red Wing trailhead. Be sure to take a camera so that you can capture the scenic views along this riverside path. In the winter, cross-country skiing is available.

Falconer Vineyards

1.26 mi / 2.02 km from the hotel
Follow up your tour of one of Minnesota's most picturesque wineries with a visit to the Vineyard Bistro for a wood-fired pizza and a glass of award-winning wine.

Hay Creek Stables

4.48 mi / 7.2 km from the hotel
Take a one-hour guided horseback ride through the country, or sign up for a quick riding lesson at Hay Creek Stables.

Mississippi National Golf Links

5.93 mi / 9.55 km from the hotel
You can choose between the 18-hole Highlands Course that overlooks the Hiawatha Valley or the 18-hole Lowlands Course that has been used for PGA events. After a round, stop by Baggers' Pub to celebrate with a drink.

Pottery Museum of Red Wing

2.7 mi / 4.34 km from the hotel
Pottery has been created from the mud of the mighty Mississippi for centuries. The Pottery Museum of Red Wing displays this history with more than 6,000 pieces of handcrafted pottery from Red Wing and other parts of the country.