AmericInn Wabasha Minnesota Hotel and Lodging - Our Neighborhood

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AmericInn Lodge & Suites Wabasha

150 Commerce Drive, Wabasha, MN  55981

Check In:

3:00 PM |

Check Out:

11:00 AM

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Attractions & Entertainment

National Eagle Center

Distance from hotel: 0.9 miles

Come get a close-up look at our nation’s emblem in the National Eagle Center’s viewing room. The birds are tethered as opposed to behind glass giving visitors a personal beak-to-nose experience! Several educational feeding programs are given throughout the day giving visitors a chance to learn more about our national bird.

50 Pembroke Avenue

Wabasha, Minnesota



Lake Pepin Paddleboat Co.

Distance from hotel: 13.6 miles

Daily sightseeing tours May through October. Private charters weddings reunions corporate events etc. Full bar on board. Catered meals available.

100 Central Point Rd.

Lake City, Minnesota



Lake City Golf

Distance from hotel: 14.3 miles

Nestled between Lake Pepin and the bluffs of the Mississippi River Valley in Southeastern Minnesota you will find this little known gem-Lake City Golf.

33587 Lakeview Drive

Lake City, Minnesota



Great Outdoors

Coffee Mill Ski & Snowboard Resort

Distance from hotel: 0.3 miles

Coffee Mill has 425 feet of vertical drop diverse terrain no lift lines and three terrain parks topped off with homemade food in our café.

99 Coulee Way

Wabasha, Minnesota



Coffee Mill Golf

Distance from hotel: 1.1 miles

One of Minnesota’s most scenic courses newly expanded to 18 holes. New clubhouse. Well groomed course offers panoramic views of the majestic Mississippi River Valley.

180 Coffee Mill Drive

Wabasha, Minnesota



Cities to Visit


Distance from hotel: 0.1 miles

Wabasha is home to the New National Eagle Center and the Grumpy Old Men movies, as well as shopping and attractions that appeal to visitors of all ages.


Lake City

Distance from hotel: 12.4 miles

Lake City was well named since it is located at the heart of the Minnesota shoreline on one of the most photogenic spots on Lake Pepin. The Lake City marina is the largest small boat marina on the Mississippi. Numerous fishing tournaments are held. Walleye and striped Bass fishing are the most popular but Lake Pepin has over 85 species of fish as reported by the DNR. As a boundary water fishing is open all year. The Lake attracts many species of birds. Spring and fall migrations of waterfowl can be seen from the shores, and parks along the river. When the Lake freezes, dozens of eagles can be seen on the edge of the ice looking for an easy catch of fish. The same is repeated each spring as the lake ice goes out. Located in a Major Migratory Corridor, Lake City offers year round wildlife viewing. In the spring, Water Ski Days are held the last weekend in June drawing more than 20,000 visitors. The festival features music, crafts, carnival rides, a classic car show, parades and of course water ski shows. Ralph W. Samuelson was only 18 years old when he invented the sport of water skiing just off the shore from Lake City in 1922. Johnny Appleseed Days, held the first weekend in October, features the abundance of apples grown in the area. It is held near the peak of the spectacular fall foliage. The orchards in the Lake City area produce about one-fourth of the 700,000 bushels of apples grown in Minnesota each year.



Distance from hotel: 18.4 miles

The Frontenac State Park is located here, where cross-country skiers can enjoy 4.7 miles of groomed trails. Within park boundaries, snowmobilers can ride 5.5 miles of groomed trails through ravines, or on the bluff top with great views, and then connect with more than 400 miles of trail outside the park. Still others can quietly snowshoe in the park or bring sleds, toboggans and tubes and try out the park's sliding hill. Frontenac offers the best views of Lake Pepin and the Mississippi River Valley. From an overlook 430 feet above the lake in Frontenac State Park, visitors can see nearly the entire 26 mile long lake, the river valley, and the Wisconsin and Minnesota bluffs on either side. The park offers several other spectacular views of the lake and inland valleys from various points along the 13 miles of hiking trails.