Dec 9 - Dec 10
Dec 9 - Dec 10
Hotels in Chaska start at $47 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Sling that fishing gear over your shoulder, hop into a boat, and putter off into the vast, unknown wilderness. You’re in Minnesota, intrepid traveler. Beloved by adventurers, the state is an outdoor wonderland, with rocky trails for hiking and biking and thousands of lakes for skating and swimming. The charming city of Chaska, Minnesota, offers all of this, and also a rich heritage and historic downtown. Visit and discover why hotels in Chaska, MN are ideal for the wisest of wanderers.
Walk in the shade of gable-roofed mansions in the Walnut Street Historic District and peer up at the Old City Hall with its stately columns and balustrade. Notice the characteristic dusky gold bricks of some of the oldest buildings in the town — they were made in Chaska's own brickyards. City Square Park is an interesting landmark within easy reach of Chaska, MN hotels. It's the site of prehistoric Native American burial grounds, which might arouse an aura of the land’s ancient ancestry as you tread its once-sacred terrain.
With a rental car in Chaska, MN, explore the area’s more rural western region, where the woodlands become increasingly dense. Drive to Carver Park Reserve to startle flocks of water birds into flight and stop in at the Grimm Farm Historic Site, known as "the birthplace of the Dairy Belt," to imagine yourself as a farmer in the late 1800s. In winter, the reserve's trails are groomed for cross-country skiing, so strap on some skis, brace yourself against the frigid air, and swish through frosted groves of hardwood trees.
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