Hotel & Travel

Boot Hill Casino & Resort Conference Center

4000 West Comanche
Dodge City, KS 67801

Feeding Quality Forum sessions will be in the Conference Center at Boot Hill Casino & Resort.

boot hill casino and resort

Hampton Inn Dodge City

4002 West Comanche
Dodge City, KS 67801

Cost: $164 per night

Reserve your room by July 18 by calling: 620-225-0000. Reference the Certified Angus Beef 2024 Feeding Quality Forum. All rooms are first-come-first-serve.

TownePlace Suites by Marriott Dodge City

2800 W Wyatt Earp Blvd
Dodge City, KS 67801

Cost: $169 per night

Reserve your room by July 18 by calling: 620-371-7171. Reference the Certified Angus Beef 2024 Feeding Quality Forum. All rooms are first-come-first-serve.

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Arrival

  • Monday, August 19, for the National Beef packing plant tour
  • Tuesday, August 20, for Feeding Quality Forum only (sessions start at 1:30 p.m. CDT)

Departure

  • Sessions will conclude Wednesday, August 21, after lunch
  • Depart at your leisure on Wednesday afternoon or later
  • There is an optional BQA Workshop at Hy-Plains Feedyard Wednesday afternoon. Plan your travel accordingly.

Air Travel

  • The closest airport is the Dodge City Regional Airport (DDC)
  • For more flight options, search for flights at:
    • Garden City Airport (GCK) (43 miles from Dodge City)
    • Liberal Airport (LBL) (86 miles from Dodge City)
    • Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower Airport (ICT) (150 miles from Dodge City)

Ground Transportation

  • Uber and Lyft are not prevalent in this area. We recommend renting a vehicle, especially for those flying into a different airport than DDC.

Certified Angus Beef Dining Options

  • Hungry before or after the event? Search for restaurants in Dodge City on our Where to Buy page

What to Wear

  • Jeans and boots are appropriate throughout the entire event (collared shirts for men; blouses for women).
  • If you’re signed up for the pre-event tour, the dress code requires wear long pants, close-toed shoes and bring a jacket – packing plants can be cold!