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Terry Park Golf Course
Terry Park offers a nine-hole, par 35 course.
The Burger Board
Locally owned. Burger, fries, shakes and ice cream.
This nine- and 18-hole championship golf course features a driving range and practice green.
The Soap House Coffee Co.
We've updated our menu! Stop in and see the new board! We now serve organic gluten free oatmeal! We're bringing back the Parmesan egg blossoms with roasted rosemary butter asparagus over potato hash, summer salad in raspberry vinaigrette, and strawberry shortcakes, coffee or tea. Join us for yummy food and live music.
Times Square Sewing Complex
Enjoy the inspiring surroundings of Jacksonville's sewing complex. A beautiful and bright 2500 sq ft showroom is packed with all types of sewing needs, including JANOME sewing machines to try before you buy! Wonderful cabinets fill the room to give you the feel of home! The store's friendly staff will make you feel welcome. The store offers in-house sewing machine repair for most makes and models and classes for all levels of sewers in all types of sewing interest. There are always changes going on at Times Square. After looking at all the variety of things in the showroom, check out the 1250sq ft classroom, where there are several quilts from previous classes on display.
Vixen Hill Winery
Vixen Hill Winery is a family-owned, wine-making estate with the vision to create a special destination for hand-crafted wines and warm hospitality in Central Illinois. The winery produces well-balanced wines that pair well with everyday foods.
Voices of Jacksonville Audio Tour
Tune to radio frequencies at each of the seven locations throughout Jacksonville to see the actual places and hear the real stories of Abraham Lincoln as his friends and associates knew him.
White Hall Rez
No fee for camping but campers must register with the Police Department. Boat motors with 5HP or less allowed. Fishing is allowed at the lake. No swimming.
Woodlawn Farm - Underground Railroad Site
This farm was established in 1824 by Michael Huffaker, who built four cabins for free black families and later hid fleeing slaves there. Tours by appointment.