Feel at home in Rushford Peterson Valley no matter where you stay. Since the Valley is minutes from Interstate 90 and less than an hour from primary airports, planning a getaway is easy. Visitors seeking to spend an evening, weekend or more will find variety, quality, hospitality and value in accommodations to suit your style, your interests and your budget.
Enjoy lodging options from bed and breakfasts tucked by the woods, historic inns close to the Root River Trail, travel-friendly motels close to downtown or apartment rentals. If an outdoor space is preferred, sojourn at our public and private campgrounds for RV and tent camping under the stars. Restful, renewing, peaceful and exactly what you need.
Cushon's Peak Campground is on the Root River and the Root River Bike Trail. Each campsite has a campfire ring and picnic table. The campground has modern, heated, clean bathrooms and showers. In addition to the bike trail, enjoy over 5 miles of hiking trails on-site, canoe rental, tube rental, and shuttle service. Direct access to the Root River, with a beach area for cooling off. Cushon's Peak is home to the SEMBA Bluegrass Festival every May and August.
Built in 2014, this 20-unit motel features a spacious lobby, continental breakfast, and the availability of a conference room with warming kitchen. Motel is handicapped accessible, has rooms with double queen beds or single king bed. Designated pet-friendly rooms. Rooms equipped with microwave, refrigerator, coffee pot and hair dryer. Located adjacent to the Root River State Trail and walking distance to local businesses. Loken's Rushford Inn is smoke-free, clean, comfortable and affordable.
Rushford's City Campground across from Creekside Park, with 7 full RV hook-up sites. $25/night for RV; $5 fee for use of dump station. Tent camping is $10/night. Bathrooms & showers available. Call Pam's Corner at 507-864-7949 for reservations. Weekly rate available.
Closed for 2022 due to Covid-19. Check back in 2023 for reservations.
A charming farm house bed & breakfast high on a ridge in Bluff Country, where fields display as homespun quilts and eagles ride the wind, this Foursquare home built in 1915 offers three original bedrooms with private baths and comfortable accommodations. Located on the snowmobile trail and near bike and cross-country ski trails, shops, golf, river activities and more.