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AmericInn Hotel & Suites Pella

910 W 16th Street, Pella, IA  50219

Check In:

3:00 PM |

Check Out:

11:00 AM

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Attractions & Entertainment

Central College

Distance from hotel: 1.9 miles

Central College is a 4-year private coeducational liberal arts college.  Central has 1635 students and offers bachelors' degrees in areas including 36 majors and other pre-professional programs.

812 University

Pella, Iowa



Knoxville Raceway

Distance from hotel: 10 miles

Knoxville is the home of the Knoxville Raceway which has earned a solid reputation as the fastest half-mile dirt racetrack in the nation. The Knoxville Raceway hosts the Sprint Car National Championships held here each August. The Sprint Car Nationals attract over 150 of the best cars teams and drivers in the world including racing fans from every state in the nation and several foreign countries.

1000 North Lincoln Street

Knoxville, Iowa



Great Outdoors

America’s Tallest Dutch Windmill

Distance from hotel: 1.8 miles

If you plan on passing through Pella make sure to pack your wooden clogs! This heavily Dutch-inspired town is full of unique attractions including America’s tallest working Dutch Windmill. Measuring 135 feet from top to bottom this Dutch windmill is a giant attraction! Take a tour of the windmill and visit other nearby sightseeing spots such as Dutch Town and the Dutch Tulip Time Parade.

714 East 1st Street

Pella, Iowa



Volksweg Trail

Distance from hotel: 1.9 miles

The 14-mile Volksweg Trail is a continually developing asphalt path. Currently the trail connects Pella from the Pella Public Library trailhead to the Howell Station Campground. From there the trail follows the Des Moines River and winds through the North Overlook woods. The trail continues along the north side of the lake to the Fifield Recreation Area. The trail passes through mature timbered areas restored prairies pine plantations open areas and offers fantastic views of Lake Red Rock. Benches for resting are available along the way.