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State fish and wildlife area with Class C camping facilities.
All types of family fun. Miniature golfing, driving range, batting cages, ice skating, in-line skating and archery.
Browns Oakridge Zoo is a family owned and operated zoo established in 1990. Beginning with a single pot bellied pig and a few whitetail deer, the number of species housed at the zoo has grown to include five Siberian tigers, several black bears, two lions, and many more exotic and domestic animals. Over the years we have taken in many abandoned animals. A total of 152 lion and tiger cubs, abandoned in captivity have been reared here. Most of our animals have been raised in the house, and have had a lot of human contact. You won’t just get to see the animals here, but you will be able to have hands on contact. Imagine being able to hold a lion, tiger, or bear cub. It brings out the kid in all of us.
Brushy Ridge Motosports has over 20 miles of trails just for motorcycles and quads. Some hills at our site will test even the most skilled riders. We also have a nice riding area for novice and young riders. We offer riders two different tracks as well. Riders like our trails as we offer rock, sand and mud surfaces. Overnight camping is allowed. We ask that everyone sign in at the gate. Please see our website for fees.
Facility is one story with all outside entrances. 20 rooms available. Pet friendly.
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.
The Drum Corps International Tour will march it's way to WIU's Hanson Field on August 2. Show time will begin at 7 PM, and tickets will range from $12-$25. To order tickets in advance, and for official prices, please visit dcitickets.showare.com.
Casual Mexican-American dining for the whole family. Enjoy one of the 14 flavors of margaritas.
Gold and silver jewelry. Diamonds and assorted ring settings. Fine china and crystal.
The premier on-site archaeological museum, located 45 miles southwest of Peoria, interprets the 12,000 year history of American Indian cultures in Illinois through artifacts, interpretive exhibits, major multi-image productions, hands-on activities and a variety of public events in a rural setting.
Peaceful country setting on 35 acres with open grassy or wooded sites. Large open and enclosed pavilions available for parties and reunions.
Flatland Summer Jam is almost here! The jam-packed event will feature many musicians with headliner being Levi Riggs. Taking place on August 27 in Veteran's Park, come and enjoy the live music from 12 to 10 PM. A bags tournament will also be taking place! To sign up or view the official line up, check out the website at flatlandsummerjam.com.
In a spacious, beautifully restored historic home, we offer four charming rooms and a suite, all decorated with comfort in mind. We also offer a full apartment upstairs overlooking Rushville's historic town square.
Enjoy camping, hiking, fishing and other outdoor recreational activities.
Explore the heart of America! Follow the Mississippi River as it winds its way along Illinois' western border from Galena to Cairo. Experience over 550 miles of small towns, big cities, historic sites, recreational areas, cultural attractions and museums. Follow the green and white paddle wheel signs as they guide your next adventure!