Foote Creek Bed & Breakfast

12841 383rd Avenue, Aberdeen, South Dakota 57401
Innkeeper(s): Ron & Carla Kaaz
  • Introduction

    Foote Creek Bed and Breakfast

    Wonderful views, quiet country atmosphere, starry nights, warm hospitality, and a generous breakfast await you at Foote Creek Bed & Breakfast located in Aberdeen, South Dakota. With four large guestrooms, each with a private bath, prepare to settle in for a quiet and comfortable night's sleep. One of the bedrooms provides accessibility for those unable to climb stairs. Three rooms have queen-sized beds, one room has two twin sized beds. Our upstairs gathering room provides Dish TV and a beverage stocked refrigerator. The main floor great room has a fireplace and plenty of seating for enjoyable conversation, or for just sitting and reading.

    Coffee, before breakfast, is served in our upstairs gathering room, or join us in the kitchen for conversation as we complete breakfast preparations. Please be seated as we serve you breakfast in our dining room. Let us know if you have any dietary restrictions, we'll take special steps to meet your needs.

    Foote Creek Bed and Breakfast-View

    From our front porch, unhampered by city lights, watch while the fireflies dance in the starlight, or relax on the upstairs balcony taking time to locate the constellations. Under special conditions you may even catch a "Northern Lights" light show. Settle in around a campfire before crawling under the covers for the best nights sleep you've had in a long, long time.

    Arrangements can be made for a day trip, enjoy shopping at Aberdeen's many fine stores, golf, hike, or visit our museum. Spend the evening at the theatre, movies, the car races in summer, or one of the many sporting events in the area during the winter. In August, The Brown County Fair attracts big name entertainment, and we're just a few miles from the fair grounds.

    Whether your stay is for business, pleasure, or to renew a relationship, our goal is to provide you with a memorable experience.

  • Insider's Info

    Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Ron for sharing his own secrets with!
    Why do most travelers stay at your inn?

    Many of our guests are here to visit family, attend reunions, attend sporting events, are business travelers, or are passing through. We welcome pheasant hunters.

    What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?

    Many of our guests compliment us on our hospitality.We are away from the city lights and traffic, you can stargaze!The country life.

    If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?

    Wylie Park, Storybook Land, and the Land of Oz

    What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?

    We’re just like family!

    What’s the best kept secret about the area?

    Wylie Park, Storybook Land, and the Land of Oz

    If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?

    Hunt, fish, golf, swim, boat, snowmobile, attend Community Theatre, take in sporting events, shop, attend our Brown County Fair.

    Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?


    What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?

    The family owned Flame Restaurant serves the best steak in the area.

    Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference? our Convention and Visitor’s Bureau is an excellent resource.

    How many rooms does your inn have?

    We have four rooms, each with a private bath. One is ADA accessible.

    Do you accept pets?

    Pets are not allowed inside our establishment. Dogs accompanying hunters are kenneled in our heated garage.

  • Handicap Accessible

    Our main floor bedroom is fully wheel chair accessible with large bathroom complete with wheelchair accessible shower with flexible showerhead and hose, pull down seat, grab rails both in the shower and next to toilet, and wheelchair accessible sink. A ramp from our parking lot leads to our wide front porch and front door, as well to a separate entrance. The rest of our home's main floor is accessible to a wheelchair.

  • Area Attractions

    • Day Trips: We can fix a picnic lunch for you to take on any of our suggested adventures.
    • Sand Lake Wildlife Refuge: The Refuge is 27 miles northeast of Aberdeen, in the heart of the Prairie-Pothole Region of North America. Welcome are birdwatchers, anglers, photographers, hunters, and nature lovers. Columbia, SD.
    • Samuel H. Ordway, Jr. Memorial Preserve: Ordway Prairie is located within the Prairie Pothole Region of South Dakota, and 50 miles northwest of Aberdeen, near Leola, SD.
    • Redlin Center: - Watertown, SD - 98 miles southeast of Aberdeen - View the original paintings by the world-renowned wildlife painter.
    • Strasburg, ND: Boyhood home of the world-famous "Champagne Music Maker" bandleader Lawrence Welk. The farm contains the sod house where Welk was born in 1903, a summer kitchen, barn, an 1890s blacksmith shop, buggy house, granary, farm equipment and interpretive display.
    • Hutterite Tour: A minimum of 8 people are needed for this tour which is hosted by the Aberdeen Convention and Visitors Bureau.
    • Fort Sisseton State Park: A day pass is required for the stop at the historical Fort Sisseton State Park, home of the Buffalo Soldiers.
    • Rodeos and Pow-wows are held throughout the summer at various locations within the area. Contact us for more information.