The Sleep Inn & Suites hotel is ideally located in Logan County at the crossroads of Interstate 70 and Highway 40. Area attractions like the Fick Fossil & History Museum, the Buffalo Bill Bronze Sculpture, the Prairie Museum of Art & History, and the Butterfield Trail Museum & Historical Association are close to this Oakley, KS hotel.Monument Rocks, the first designated National Natural Landmark, is a short drive away. Also known as the Chalk Pyramids, this unique Kansas area features fossil-rich limestone rock originally formed 80 million years ago. Some of these formations tower at nearly 70 feet tall and provide perfect photographic opportunities.Several excellent gaming and outdoor recreation activities unique to Western Kansas can be found in the surrounding area. There are a number of entertainment venues, retailers and restaurants close by; some are within walking distance from the hotel.