Travel, Parking & Lodging


Hotels and Lodging

All athletes and teams are encouraged to stay at one of the sponsoring hotels or dorms providing one-stop booking close to venues where you will compete. Website includes booking options and venue/mapping location information.

Those Athletes that use online housing will automatically be entered to win one of three - $500 Mall of America Visa Gift Card Shopping Sprees. Mall of America is the United States' largest retail and entertainment complex featuring 520 stores, 50 restaurants, Nickelodeon Universe and Sea Life Aquarium. Best of all there is No Sales Tax on Clothing and Shoes! Mall of America is in the heart of Bloomington and close by all NSGA Hotels and Venues. (Donated by Bloomington Convention and Visitors Bureau)

BOOK NOW to receive the National Senior Games rate!

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Air Travel

Flying to Bloomington/Minneapolis/St. Paul?

Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is your doorway to Bloomington/Minneapolis/St. Paul for the 2015 National Senior Games presented by Humana. With thirteen airlines providing service, including the 3rd largest Delta Airlines hub, Minneapolis is an easy flight from just about anywhere.

Located just minutes from the Mall of America, and 10 Miles from downton Minneapolis and Downtown St. Paul, MSP is an easy drive or ride to all of the 2015 National Senior Games’ hotels and venues.

Learn more about Air Travel by Clicking Here.

Ground Travel

Rental Cars

Rates available from Minneapolis, MN for rental start dates, June 27-July 20, 2015.

Learn more about Rental Cars by Clicking Here.


Games Event Parking

Parking is usually easy to find Minneapolis Metropolitan Area. However, we have a few specific suggestions for a couple venues that we believe will help make your visit that much easier before you arrive in Minneapolis.

Please Click Here to learn more about Games Event Parking. 

Local Public Transportation

Metro Transit

Metro Transit is the transportation partner of the National Senior Games presented by Humana.

Metro Transit provides an extensive network of buses, light rail and commuter trains that offer fast, comfortable, economical travel throughout the metro area. The METRO Blue Line trains link the airport with Bloomington, Mall of America and downtown Minneapolis. The new Green Line operates between downtown Minneapolis, the University of Minnesota and downtown St. Paul.

In addition to great travel options, Metro Transit offers a great deal on a "7 day unlimited-ride" Senior Games pass for just $8.

Please Click Here to learn more about Metro Transit.


You've never done the Twin Cities like this. car2go gets Minneapolis and St. Paul going: From Uptown to Lowertown, Grand Ave to North Loop, car2go gets you where you want to go. It's an urban mobility concept that makes traditional car ownership or rental seem so yesterday, with over 500 vehicles always ready to go, for as long and as often as you want. No fixed rental stations, but plenty of benefits for your budget and the environment.

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Twin Cities Bikeshare

With 190 stations and 1800 bikes, Nice Ride Minnesota, the Twin Cities bike sharing system, is a great way to get around town while exploring the some of the nation’s best bike paths. Nice Ride bikes are available for everyone ages 16 and up to use, 24-hours per day, 7 days per week.

Please Click Here to learn more about Twin Cities Bikeshare.