- Overland Trail Museum
- Logan County Fair Grounds & Rodeo
- Fishing for Fun Pond
Direction from City Center to Hotel: North
Distance from Hotel: 1 MI/ 1.61 KM
Convenience Store: 0.1 MI/ 0.16 KM West
Golf: 5 MI/ 8.05 KM North West
Outdoor Tennis: 5 MI/ 8.05 KM North West
Sterling is known as the City of Living Trees for its collection of cottonwoods that have been carved into fanciful creatures and inspiring characters by artist Bradford Rhea. Some of the sculptures have now been restored and cast in bronze and several have been moved inside. Twelve of 17 tree sculptures located within close proximity to one another can be viewed during a self-directed tour.
Be sure to check out the Overland Trail Museum which presents the history of the Overland Trail. The famous and, at its peak, most heavily traveled highway in the country which led to the goldfields of California and later Colorado.
Don't Go Home Without
Stop by our Sundry Shop and take a little bit of Sterling with you. We are proud to feature locally manufactured sweet and savory flavors from Colorado Popcorn Company. For those who love cooking, baking and grilling, we offer hand-mixed spices, seasonings and various gift sets from High Plains Spice Company.
Check out the Sterling Tourist Information Center. The center has brochures on what and where to do just about anything in this area.