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Relax in the elegant Par-A-Dice Hotel with its beautiful art deco interiors, overlooking the scenic Illinois River Valley and the beautiful Peoria skyline. 208 spacious guest rooms including (12) jacuzzi suites. All rooms include a variety of amenities and express check-out. Complementary parking. 20,000 square feet of plush ballroom and meeting space, complementary parking, state of the art audiovisual, award-winning menus and experienced professional planning service. Plus the finest service for functions up to 1,000 guests.
Professional motorcycle racing. Oldest continuing dirt track in the world. Featuring Spring Poker Run, Annual Busch 600cc National TT, AHRMA TT, Camel Pro Challenge Cup, TT Steeplechase and the annual Turkey Run.
Championship course with a country club atmosphere. A challenging 18-hole course designed by the late Bruce Borland, senior designer for Jack Nicklaus.
This nine-hole course is challenging for the experienced golfer, but also beginner-friendly for the novice. Great for a quick round and easy on your pocketbook.
Tazewell County's newest sports complex. 75,900 square feet this versatile facility is unlike any other in all of Illinois. There is literally something for everyone as the Avanti's Dome plays host to soccer, softball and football leagues and tournaments, as well as trade shows, meetings and conventions.
This beautiful, well-maintained 18-hole course has a long front nine with mature trees, and a short tricky back nine with water, bent grass, trees and greens.
18-Hole, 6414 yard, par 72 public golf course. Front nine opened July 4, 1993; Back nine added July 4, 2002. Bentgrass greens, bluegrass/rye mix fairways, tees, and rough. Banquet facility to accommodate up to 110 guests and clubhouse seating for up to 200. Full service pro shop fully stocked with golf clubs, balls, equipment, clothing, towels, hats, and shoes. Practice facilities include drivingvrange with three target greens, chipping and putting green, practice bunker.
A nice course open year round with some hills to add that extra challenge! This is a course you can walk and enjoy playing anytime. Parkview is an 18 hole course totaling 6002 yards and open seven days a week with twilight fees available. Located just east of Parkway Drive. Buy your season pass or a coupon book and play both Parkview and Lick Creek courses. We also invite you to shop for your golfing needs in our club houses.
Lick Creek Golf Course is located at 2210 N. Parkway Drive in Pekin, Illinois. During it's recent renovation, all of the tees and fairways were converted to bentgrass and the greens were re-planted with a newer generation to allow for faster, truer ball roll on greens. All of the bunkers were rebuilt and the golf car paths were re-paved with new asphalt. Lick Creek offers a driving range, pro shop and concession area for all golfers needs. We have expanded our dates for weekdays and weekends for these events no matter how big or small your event may be. Considered one of the best golf course in Central Illinois, you will be impressed at our low cost to play. Daily fees and season pass fees listed on this website. Lick Creek was rated 4 stars by Golf Digest in 2007.
This beautiful 18-hole course is situated on rolling elevations, with fast and true greens. Crane Creek also has a clubhouse, driving range, food service and a bar.
Weigh in is at 2pm at Bass Pro Shops in East Peoria IL. $120/team of up to four Activities: 5am bowfishing tournament begins from Bass Pro Shops 10am-3pm-Flying Fish Festival-Bass Pro Shops Parking Lot Taste Testing, Entertainment, Kids Activities, IL. Dept of Natural Resources, Wildlife Prairie Park, Tons of fun for the family! 6pm Preservation and Conservation Dinner at Itoo Hall CALL: 309-674-9715 for more information A family friendly festival highlighted by the first inaugural Bow Fishing Tournament! This event will include cash prizes, activities on both sides of the river, educational displays, and local chefs preparing cuisine using the flying fish. The tournament is for registered competitors only, however, the additional activities are open to the public. The money raised from this event will go to support the Union Sportsman Alliance and the Preservation of the Peoria Labor Temple. All partners of this event support The Flying Fish Festival as one piece of a larger effort to deal with an Illinois River invasive species: Asian Carp. This Flying Fish Festival gives locals and visitors an opportunity to experience the excitement both on the water, shore and on the plate.