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Looking for top attractions in Mountain View around the Dogwood Motel, but not sure where to start? From Stone County Museum to Archey Fork Park that make this property preferred choice for guest visiting these attractions.

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Stone County Museum

Stone County Museum is located in Mountain View and offers a variety of exhibits on local history. The museum has a gift shop, art gallery, and outdoor exhibit area. Stone County Museum is open from 9am to 4pm Monday through Saturday, and from 1pm to 4pm on Sundays.

0.99 miles away

Ozark Folk Center State Park

Located in Mountain View, the Ozark Folk Center State Park is a beautiful place to spend a summer day. The park features gardens, a playground, a lake, and hiking trails. Some of the attractions within the park are the petting zoo, the wildlife museum, and the craft center. There are also concerts and festivals hosted at the park throughout the year. The Ozark Folk Center State Park is great for families with kids of all ages.

1.76 miles away

Fox Low Water Bridge

Fox Low Water Bridge is a historic bridge located at Mountain View in Kendall County, Iowa. It spans the Des Moines River near its confluence with the Raccoon River. The bridge was built in 1892 by the Ames Bridge Company, and is a single-span open-spandrel arch bridge with an overall length of 197 feet. It features an octagonal tower at each end and a hexagonal pavilion in the center. The bridge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.

15.74 miles away

Big Bluff Beach

Big Bluff Beach is a serene and beautiful spot to spend a day on the Oregon Coast. The beach is flanked by two large, bluff-like mountains that offer amazing views of the ocean. It's also a great spot for swimming, sunbathing, and fishing. The beach is wide and sandy, with few rocks or sandbars.

23.90 miles away

Whispering Falls

If you're looking for a serene, peaceful mountain view to take in while in the area, Whispering Falls Mountain View is a great spot to check out. The falls are located right on the property and make for a beautiful backdrop to your photos or video recordings.

23.96 miles away

Natural Bridge

The Natural Bridge Mountain View is a geological formation located in the North Carolina Mountains, east of Boone. The mountain is composed of two large rock outcroppings and connects to another formation, the Chimney Rock, via a narrow cleft. The mountain has been declared a National Historic Landmark and features spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The natural bridge was formed by erosion over many years and is now a popular tourist destination.

24.75 miles away

Ruland Junction Train Museum

The Ruland Junction Train Museum is a must-see in Mountain View, California. The museum is dedicated to the preservation and display of rail vehicles and railroadiana. Admission is free and open to the public daily from 10am to 4pm.

25.95 miles away

Old Independence Regional Museum

The Old Independence Regional Museum is located in Mountain View, Oregon. This museum celebrates the history of Independence and its surrounding area. The museum has a variety of exhibits, including a gallery devoted to the history of the logging industry in the area. The museum also has a collection of antique cars, and an exhibit on pioneer life. The museum is open from May through October, and admission is free.

26.02 miles away

Jacob Wolf House

Jacob Wolf House was designed as a single-family residence for a wealthy industrialist. The exterior is composed of redwood and granite, with broad eaves and a peaked roof. The large front windows are set behind decorative brackets and topped with lintels. A colonnade extends from the front door to the side yards, where large evergreen trees grow. The interior reflects Wolf's love of natural light and his interest in combining traditional European design elements with American trends. The high ceilings and open floor plan allow plenty of light to flood into the living room, making it a popular spot for socializing.

The Jacob Wolf House is significant for its role in early twentieth-century Bay Area development. It was one of the first homes built in the new Mountain View neighborhood, which quickly became one of San Francisco's most desirable neighborhoods. Today, Jacob Wolf House remains an important part of that history, serving as a reminder of the city's rich architectural history.

26.33 miles away

Archey Fork Park

Archey Fork Park is a beautiful and serene place to visit, whether you're hiking, biking, fishing, or just relaxing in the park. The park features miles of trails for all types of adventurers, as well as a variety of picnic areas and shelters. With over forty-seven miles of trails, Archey Fork Park is the perfect place to spend a day enjoying nature.

27.30 miles away

The Dogwood Motel is an excellent, budget-friendly accommodation that provides easy access to the city's most sought after attractions; book this Mountain View hotel today!

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