Are you looking for a unique place to stay while in the Rushford area? We have a variety of lodging choices from basic lodging to a full-service bed and breakfast, all members of The Rushford Area Chamber of Commerce. We invite you to stay at the following:
Bestemor Inn is a name aptly selected for this peaceful inn located in a beautiful, rural community, surrounded by bluffs and rivers. Fall asleep gently wrapped in a fluffy, luxurious featherbed-like comforter, and snuggle into silky clean sheets stretched over the soft contours of a pillow-top mattress. Inn Keeper, Joan Kinnenberg
Bluffview Campground is located in scenic Rushford, Minnesota. This beautiful corner of southeast Minnesota offers beautiful views of bluffs, streams, forests, wildlife, and even our soaring national bird--the bald eagle. Out partially wooded sites have easy access to the Root River Bike Trail--a 60 mile trail that runs along the Root River with Rushford being one of the towns that it passes through. Rushford is a not-to-miss destination on the Root River Trail System.
All Aboard! Next stop, Peterson for a night of comfort and relaxation at The Crossing. Located at the original site of the 1877 Peterson Train Depot along the Root River Trail, The Crossing is a modern, well-appointed bed & breakfast built in 1999. It is decorated in Victorian style with train accents. Come to The Crossing for a refreshing respite, a quiet interlude from the hustle and bustle of your days activities. Ask us about receiving FREE complimentary tickets to golf at Ferndale Country Club Monday through Friday. Jim & Chris Whitlock, Owners; WIFI Available
Located next to the Root River and the Root River Bike Trail is the Cushon's Peak Campground. There are modern, heated, clean, bathrooms and showers. Each campsite has a camp fire ring and picnic table. In addition to the Root River Bike trail, there are over 5 miles of hiking trails on the campground site. Cushon's Peak campground is the home for the SEMBA Bluegrass Festival held every Spring (May) and Fall (August). Tom & Judy Vix, Owners/Operators
Geneva's is nestled in the bluff country of southeastern Minnesota, located just off of Minnesota Highway 16, the Historic Bluff Country Scenic Byway, in the Root River Valley. There is a small friendly community full of hospitality and hidden beauty. It offers a quiet retreat from the pressures of the big city. You can sit back and enjoy the view or explore the area.
Loken's Sawmill Inn & Suites is located in the heart of Southeast Minnesotas Bluff Country. The Inn was newly constructed in 2005 on the site of Grandpa's sawmill. Bicycle enthusiasts will find the Root River State Trail at our back door. The Houston Nature Center is the beginning of the 42-mile trail. Enjoy spectacular scenery while biking, hiking, cross-country skiing, or in-line skating starting right here. For snowmobilers, there are many miles of groomed snowmobile trails. Hunters will find an abundance of small and large game including grouse, pheasants, turkeys and deer. Fishermen will find bountiful trout streams nearby in our hills. We're about twenty minutes away from the Mississippi River. Year 'round, bird watchers and naturalists will enjoy the beautiful scenery of our bluff country. Come experience it for yourself! John & Eileen Loken, Owners; Be our guest, and enjoy the warmth & friendliness of hometown hospitality!
Welcome to the Meadows Inn Bed and Breakfast, located deep in Minnesota Bluff Country. We are just a short jaunt from the beautiful river towns of Winona and Lanesboro. Biking, golfing, antiquing, spending time with someone special or a group of friends or just lazing around are perfect things to do while staying with us. Built in 1993 with all the comforts of a newer home, but with old world charm. On most weekend evenings, the chiminea fireplace is lit and provides a warm and cozy spot to chat in our virtually mosquito-free environment. Doug & Marie Botcher, Owner/Host&Hostess
Trailside Campground is ideally-located on the Root River State Trail, just west of Rushford. Opened in 2012, the site boasts large, grassy sites with full hookups and 50 amp power. Amenities include a large picnic shelter with bathroom/shower, volleyball, playground, community garden, and bean bag toss games. This property is family owned and operated by the Naber family, who also own Eagle Cliff Campground in Lanesboro. Administration of Trailside Campground is handled through Eagle Cliff; please call for more information.
Windswept Inn offers a clean, affordable place to rest after a full day of activity. Rooms feature private baths, cable TV, air conditioning and in-room microwave and refrigerator. And on a crisp, cool morning, you can enjoy a leisurely chat with companions in the shady courtyard just outside your door. Dave Dolalie, Owner