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Hotels in Ham Lake

9 Travelers rated Ham Lake highly for Dining and Recreation

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Plenty of attractions wait to be discovered along the streets of Ham Lake. Among the most popular are Target Field, Mill City Museum, Maplewood Nature Center, Target Center and Battle Creek Regional Park—all of which are worth the trip.

What to do in Ham Lake

Little ones and adults alike can make as much noise as they want on the rides at Battle Creek Aquatic Center, which offers an energetic, boisterous atmosphere.

Target Field features some heart-pumping action and entertainment, whether you're watching an intense game or a favorite musician play live at a concert.

On the opposite end of the spectrum, there's Peaceful Waters. Here, you can enjoy a little pampering and serenity while in Ham Lake.

Where to shop in Ham Lake

Dress like a local or change up your whole look while in Ham Lake. Central Plaza and Len City Center are great options for adding to your own wardrobe or that of friends and loved ones back home. If you're after accessories and other fashionable finishing touches, check out the eye-catching jewelry at The Holy Mackerel.

Arts and culture in Ham Lake

Put a little culture on your itinerary in Ham Lake. The exhibits at Mill City Museum, Bakken Library & Museum and Hennepin History Museum are good places to soak it in and do some people watching.

You can also learn a thing or two while exploring Ham Lake — just dive into the books at 201 Technical Library and Metropolitan State University Bookstore. The knowledge-filled halls and campus of Broadview Institute Inc, Sanford-Brown College - Brooklyn Center and Minnesota Clinical Study Center may be worthy of a tour.

Getting to Ham Lake

The most direct path to Ham Lakeis through Flying Cloud Airport and Crystal Airport.

Getting to Ham Lake

The most direct path to Ham Lakeis through Flying Cloud Airport and Crystal Airport.

Best times to visit Ham Lake

Ham Lake is always welcoming to new visitors and old friends, but February, January and March are the most budget-friendly times to visit. During these months, you'll save approximately 19%, 18% and 16%, respectively.

The restaurant scene in Ham Lake

Take a load off — or maybe discover a new favorite restaurant — in Ham Lake. The dining scene here features popular eateries like D-Spot, Maplewood 5-8, and Duc's Vietnamese and Chinese Cuisine.

Nightlife in Ham Lake

When the sun goes down in Ham Lake, there's always a chance to get a taste of the local scene. Join the fray at Green Mill Restaurant & Bar, Hookah kingdom and First Avenue & 7th St Entry, where you can dance and drink late into the night.

Where to stay in Ham Lake

Of all the places to explore in Ham Lake, Highwood and Northeast Minneapolis are the most popular.


Red Roof Inn Minneapolis Plymouth

Location for our needs was fine.

Sorry to say, but I think the carpet in our room needs to be shampooed. Had white socks on, and from just walking around on carpet very little, they were black on the bottom on my feet, also I had to rub my hand over the carpet for an item that got lost under one of the beds and my hand was black when I retrieved my item plus I retrieved a dead bug. Better housekeeping needs to be done. Would like coffee pot in room. All in all room was okay.

A verified traveler

4 months ago


Hilton Minneapolis

Great Accomodations in Downtown MPLS

Chose this hotel based on price for a Minnesota Vikings home football weekend. It was a fantastic choice! LOVED the lobby bar (very active during the home football weekend), within a block or two of several excellent restaurants. Easy to get an uber to the game (about $8) and a 20-minute walk back from the stadium. Parking was NOT included, although the booking site said it was. We were charged $20 to park when we checked in, but directions were not clear and we ended up parking in the wrong ramp and had to pay again when we left. The cost was negligible (maybe $10??) so I would suggest you NOT pay to park at check-in and just pay at whatever public ramp you end up parking in. There are many in the vicinity. Would absolutely recommend this hotel for games or downtown stays. Will definitely choose it next time we're in town!!

A verified traveler

4 weeks ago


Millennium Minneapolis

Front Desk

Front Desk wasn't helpful enough with info pertaining to hotel extremities. Would have like to have know about the Skyway.

A verified traveler

3 weeks ago


Le Meridien Chambers

I would go back to this Hotel!

Since we checked-in everything was perfect, Jose at the desk was very helpful and very friendly. Good location, a nice place since you first step in.

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2 weeks ago