A stay at Canad Inns Destination Center Grand Forks places you in the heart of Grand Forks, minutes from Alerus Center and close to University of North Dakota. This eco-friendly hotel is within close proximity of North Dakota Museum of Art and Ralph Engelstad Arena.
Make yourself at home in one of the 201 guestrooms featuring refrigerators. High-speed (wired) Internet access (surcharge) is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have bathtubs and hair dryers. Conveniences include complimentary newspapers and coffee/tea makers, as well as phones with voice mail.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
DonÃât miss out on the many recreational opportunities, including a water park, a health club, and an indoor pool.
Grab a bite to eat at one of the hotel's dining establishments, which include 5 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, business services, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Free parking is available onsite.
The culinary maestros at The Cattails Bar & Grill banish hunger cries loitering in bellies throughout the lunch and dinner hours. Midday munchers can wrap mitts around a portable delight such as a Reuben ($7) or jalapeño burger ($8), both served with kettle chips, or can enter the chunky chicken salad to get lost in a garden of golden tenders, fresh veggies, and shredded cheese ($7). Kick off sundown festivities with creamy spinach and artichoke dip ($7), or wistfully pluck away at delicate onion petals to determine if your dining partner loves you or ranch-dressing dipping sauce more ($6). The tender meat of Cattails’ famous barbecue ribs falls off of the bone and into hollow legs ($16 for a half-rack), while bacon-wrapped scallops simultaneously sate lovers of land, sea, and dressing in responsible layers ($18).
The course itself carries on that fun vibe, too. Winding through city streets and local parks, the 5K route is dotted with hydration stations that dole out hot chocolate. Holiday music, a giant Santa inflatable, and snow blowers help to set
When woodcarver Kim Bredeson crafted a mantel for an employee of the Robert Mondavi Winery, he received a bottle of Opus One as thanks. For Kim and his wife, Tami, the bottle uncorked a five-year fascination with wine that culminated in the Bredeson's purchase of Carlos Creek Winery. On grounds surrounded by five lakes—Ida, L'Homme Dieux, Miltona, Darling and Carlos—the Bredeson's plant unorthodox grape varieties such as King of the North and Petite Pearl, all of which can withstand temperatures 30 degrees and below. Those grapes eventually yield Carlos Creek Winery's award-winning wines, including the riesling-like Wobegon White and the pinot noir-inspired Marquette, a triple gold medal winner at the sixth annual Mid-American Wine Competition.
As Kim leads tours of the vineyards and complementary tours through Carlos Creek Winery's indoor production area and wine cellar, the staff distributes samples and souvenir tasting glasses in the tasting room. Guests can tap their toes to year-round live music every weekend or explore the winery's expansive grounds, which include bike trails, a 3.5-acre maze, and a giant garden chess set, ideal for convincing Bobby Fischer he's shrinking. Every third weekend of September, Kim and Tami amp up the festivities with their Grape Stomp and Fall Festival, where visitors can stomp grapes, admire blown glass and chainsaw carvings, and laugh along to live comedy shows.