Find plenty of things to do in Ruston

The Country Inn & Suites, Ruston, LA makes a great home base for guests attending football games and graduation ceremonies at Louisiana Tech and Grambling State universities. Situated in Ruston's charming historic district, our hotel also places guests near a variety of quaint shops and excellent restaurants. Pack a picnic and explore the trails at Lincoln Parish Park or grab some bait and enjoy an afternoon of fishing at Lake Claiborne State Park. Looking for family-friendly things to do? You can tour the stunning architecture at the Autrey House Museum or attend a show-stopping performance at the Dixie Center for the Arts. Check out our hotel deals to find savings for your trip to Ruston.

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The Autrey House Museum

1.42 mi / 2.28 km from the hotel
This lovingly restored dogtrot-style house is the oldest one of its kind in the parish. Come by for a complimentary tour and see the hand-hewn log walls and ironstone chimney, built years before the Civil War.

Dixie Center for the Arts

2 mi / 3.21 km from the hotel
This 1920s theater has been renovated to retain all its charm while adding modern conveniences. Come to Dixie for live music and performances from the North Central Louisiana Arts Council, Ruston Community Theater, and Ruston Civic Symphony Society.

Howard Center for the Performing Arts

2.09 mi / 3.36 km from the hotel
Attend the opera or hear an ensemble in this 1,150-seat auditorium. You can sit back and watch LA Tech's performing arts students take the stage and show off their hard work.

Lincoln Parish Park

3.18 mi / 5.12 km from the hotel
Ranked as one of America's best bike trails, Lincoln Parish Park also offers lakeside fun and bird-watching opportunities. Hop on your bike, grab your swimsuit, and pack your binoculars for a full day of fun at this waterfront park.

North Louisiana Military Museum

1.24 mi / 2 km from the hotel
Military buffs can spend hours here. Featuring carefully chosen artifacts from each of America's wars, the museum is especially rich in exhibits from 20th and 21st century conflicts.