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Ferguson Fine Arts Theatre
Located on the campus of Highland Community College - features a variety of fine arts programming including vocal and music concerts, live theater, special performances, and the popular Summerset Theater Program, a community performing arts theater.
Ferguson Fine Arts Theatre
This theater, located on the campus of Highland Community College, features a variety of fine arts programming including vocal and instrumental music concerts, live theater, special performances, and the popular Summerset Theatre program, a community performing arts theater. The Ferguson Fine Arts Theatre is also home to HCC's Royal Scots, Big Band, Concert Band, Chorale and Highland Gallery. A seasonal listing of performances is available by calling the box office or visiting the website.
Ferguson Fine Arts Theatre Presents: "Grace and Glorie"
Ferguson Fine Arts Theatre and Highland Community College present "Grace and Glorie". Grace is a feisty 90 year old cancer patient, who checked herself out of the hospital and returned to her beloved homestead cottage to die alone. Her volunteer Hospice worker, Glorie, is a Harvard MBA recently transplanted to the rural backwater area in the Blue Ridge Mountains from New York. Glorie is tense, unhappy and guilt-ridden. As she attempts to care for and comfort the cantankerous Grace, the sophisticated Glorie gains new perspectives on values and life's highs and lows. Thursday: Oct 9 7:30 pm; Friday: October 10 7:30 pm; Sunday: Oct 12 2 pm. Tickets: Adults: $10; Seniors: $8; Students: $6. Fro reservations call 815-599-3718
Fever River Railroad
For model railroad aficionados -- and everyone else who ever enjoyed model trains -- this model railroad is something to see. The Fever River Railroad is a 120X24-foot HO scale model of a hypothetical railroad running from Duluth, Minnesota to St. Louis, Missouri. This fully operational model railroad has detailed scenery, rail yards, factories, and interchanges with many other railroads. The model railroad allows for the operation of multiple trains along railroad right-of-way that portrays typical towns along the Duluth to St. Louis route. The Fever River Railroad is an ongoing project with upgrades to the layout and scenery that provides an exciting model railroad experience. A collection of railroad memorabilia and pictures, many from the surrounding area, are on display throughout the facility. The Stephenson Society of Model Trainmen, who operate the railroad, host an open house twice a year, and visitors are welcome at other times by appointment.
Fever River Railroad Fall Open House
For model railroad aficionados-and everyone else who ever enjoyed model trains-this is something to see. The Fever River Railroad is a 103 by 24 foot HO scale model of a hypothetical railroad. The railroad intersects with models of "real" railroads, each of which can be operated independently. Up to 20 trains can be operating at one time. Industries along the railroad right-of-way duplicate either actual facilities or are typically correct of the industries that would be found in the Upper Midwest. The scenery represents the geographical area as well. A collection of railroad memorabilia and pictures are on display.
Enjoy this upscale, but casual gathering place offering great sandwiches from burgers to an outstanding grouper sandwich, plus a wide variety of fish and seafood, mouth watering steaks, and a hearty Mediterranean pork chop. Plus great appetizers and an extensive wine list. Enjoy relaxing on the beautiful outdoor deck. Carryout, catering service, children's menu, full bar. Banquet facilities for 50.
Fin and Feather Campground
Campground for camping, hunting, and fishing. Located on backwaters of Mississippi River with boat rental, canoe rental, motor rentals, bait shop, concessions and canoe access
This state of the art fitness center offers indoor swimming, cardio equipment, free weights, circuit training, massage therapy, an indoor walking and jogging track, nursery, a woman's only area, over 40 weekly fitness and aquatic classes, and more.
Full service florist with lots more. Stuffed animals, candles, angels, home decor, photo frames, plants, balloons, and custom designs.
CITY: Mount Carroll
Frank Fritz Finds
Located in the Pulford Opera House Antique Mall, Frank Fritz Finds showcases some of the unusual and unique collectibles and antiques offered for sale by Frank Fritz, co-star of American Pickers on the History Channel.
Frank Jewelers in downtown Freeport is the destination for diamonds, distinctive jewelry and fine gifts. The galleries feature diamonds from Natalie K, IDDEAL Diamonds, Everlon, Love Story, Forever 10, and the new Ideal2 Square-Cut Hearts and Arrows diamond – a Frank Jewelers exclusive – displayed in a relaxing atmosphere where guests can find style, brilliance and excellent value each and every day. Frank Jewelers complete Pandora Shop-in-Shop offers the collection of internationally acclaimed Pandora charms, bracelets, necklaces and earrings – with millions of combinations. You’ll also find distinctive jewelry from designers Belle Etoile, East2West, Rhythm of Love, LeVian, as well as an impressive collection of Citizen Signature, SEIKO, Accutron and Wittnauer fine timepieces and wall clocks. Frank Jewelers Swarovski gallery is the area’s most extensive and features many limited edition pieces. The in-store design and repair department features the talents of a Master Goldsmith who can customize an original piece of jewelry that fits your personality and budget, from traditional to fashion forward. Frank Jewelers will help you create jewelry that is as unique as you are.
Fran's Fantastic Antiques, Collectibles
Shop this unique inventory for antiques and collectibles including antique toys, furniture, linens, rugs, jewelry, books and more. The inventory is constantly changing, so stop and shop in the country. Open: May thru November: Friday thru Saturday: 10:30 am - 5:30 pm.
Freeport Art Museum
Explore five permanent galleries: European (19th century paintings, sculpture), Art of the Near and Far East (Egyptian, Chinese, and Southeast Asia), Native American (pots, baskets and Kachina dolls), African and Oceanic Art (masks, ceremonial pieces and textiles), and Contemporary (prints and paintings). Two galleries feature new exhibitions every 8-12 weeks and are devoted to regional art or national exhibitions. A student gallery features aspiring young artists from local schools. The museum also offers educational programs, performances, and special events. Open: Tuesday thru Friday: 10 am - 5 pm; Saturday: Noon - 5 pm. Free admission, but donations are appreciated.
Freeport Bicycle Company
Located in a recently restored historic storefront, Freeport Bicycle Company is a family bicycling center with retail sales of Trek, Surly, Mirraco, and Haro, plus full service bicycle repair. Open April thru October: Tuesday thru Friday: 10 am - 6 pm; Saturday: 10 am - 4 pm; November thru March: Wednesday thru Friday: 10 am - 6 pm; Saturday: 10 am - 4 pm.
Freeport Canoe Company
Enjoy canoeing from the McConnell Bobtown Landing to McNeil's Damascus Landing or to Tutty's Crossing in downtown Freeport. Groups, individual canoeists, and beginning or seasoned paddlers are welcome. $50 rental per canoe. Ages 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult; ages 18 to 18 must have parental consent form.
Freeport Community Concert - Russian Quatro
The Freeport Community Concert Association presents the Russian Quatro 2 Violins and 2 Cellos. Freeport Masonic Temple
Freeport Community Concert Presents: Primakov and Capps
The Freeport Community Concert Association presents this Piano and Cello concert with Primakov and Capps. Freeport Masonic Auditorium.
Freeport Community Concert: Crystal Trio
The Freeport Community Concert Association presents The Crystal Trio featuring the Glass Harp, Glass Pan Flute and Verrophone. This is sure to be a stunning performance. Masonic Temple Auditorium.
Freeport Community Concert: Illinois Brass Band
The Freeport Community Concert Association present this concert featuring the Illinois Brass Band. Masonic Temple Auditorium.
Freeport Community Concert: The Dickens Carollers
Freeport Community Concert Presents: The Dickens Carollers. A Freeport tradition,The Freeport Community Concert Association presents this holiday concert. Masonic Temple Auditorium.
Freeport Farmers Market
All local products, including certified organic to conventional fruit and vegetables, cheeses, meats, eggs, baked goods, honey, maple syrup, jams and jellies, bedding plants, perennials, fresh flowers, loose leaf teas, and handmade soaps. The Freeport Farmers Market is in operation from May 17 through October 28 in the parking lot in CVS Parking lot on South Street in Freeport. 7 am - 11 am.
Friends Forever Humane Society Dog Park
Take your dog to this special 10 acre fenced dog park with a pond (for dog swimming ony). The park also offers a separate fenced area for small dogs and a dog agility equipment area. Fee is $5.00 per dog per day. Open: Every day dawn to dusk.
The Gallery Cafe is located inside the Freeport Public Library and serves healthy entrees for the lunch crowd, including turkey/bacon wrap, veggie wrap, black bean & spinach wrap. Fruit bowls, salads and a variety of desserts are available as well as lattes and cappuccinos. Carryout, catering for Library meeting room gatherings.
Garnhart's Oliver Museum
Explore the largest Oliver Hart-Parr collection in the Midwest, including farm toys, advertising, and collectibles dating back to 1860, and real antique tractors and machinery. Bus and group tours are available, but should be scheduled in advance.
CITY: German Valley
Jewelry, including sterling and 14k gold, diamonds and gemstones. In store repair, engraving, pearl restringing, and free cleaning of all jewelry.
Generations Boutique is a blend of fabulous name brand fashions and gifts for the home. Open: Monday thru Friday: 10 am - 5 pm; Saturday: 10 am - 4 pm
German Valley Historical Museum
This newly refurbished museum features displays of memorabilia relating to the history of German Valley and the surrounding area, including items from the Ostfriesian area of Germany. A kitchen area, bedroom, dining room, parlor, military room, and children's playroom are furnished with items from the past, and a display room offers a variety of exhibits. A schoolroom contains items of interest from German Valley's Pleasant Prairie Academy and other area schools. Farm and other outdoor exhibits are featured in an outdoor facility. Special events and displays are featured throughout the year.
CITY: German Valley
GG's Guest House
A spacious 3 bedroom home perfect for family or group getaways or vacations. Equipped with a 40 inch TV, dishes for 6, and all the comforts of home. Wireless access throughout.
Ghost Town Antiques
Country furniture, copper, brass, country accessories, woodenware, smalls, iron and tin. Appointment necessary.
Glad Rags Resale Boutique
Sensibly priced family fashions featuring the latest trends and popular classics. Tuxedo rental. Dry cleaning drop-off/pick-up service.
Gramma Jack's Back 40
Homemade food served in a charming atmosphere with antique charm makes Gramma Jack’s Back 40 a great place to have breakfast or lunch. Enjoy made-from-scratch muffins, daily lunch specials and tempting desserts!
Granny O'Neil's River Inn Bed & Breakfast
Granny O'Neil's River Inn Bedd & Breakfast is located just off of Main Street in Savanna within a short walking distance from the Mississippi River, the marina, the Great River Bike Trail, and the Savanna Downtown Business district. The Mississippi Palisades State Park is a short drive away. The B&B is furnished with many antiques and features brass or iron beds. They offer four guestrooms,whirlpool baths and a full breakfast is included in price. They are now offering a 3 bedroom suite guest house. Fabulous lunches or evening meals are available upon request.
Green Tea Bake House
Home of the gourmet soft pretzel in Pretzel City USA! Sweet and savory gourmet baked goods, all crafted in house, from scratch, utilizing natural and organic ingredients. Known for our unique Kalamata olive and feta bread, our French "sables" butter cookies and our Asiago cheese asparagus tarts. Open: Tuesday thru Saturday: 9 am - 5 pm.
Hailey's Winery specializes in handcrafted wines from grape varieties native to Illinois, as well as other varietals, and seasonal fruits. We are a fully functioning winery, with all wines produced and bottled on the premises. Wine tastings are available in our tasting room any time during our business hours, and we also have weekend music events. In addition to wine, we have homemade bread, cheeses, chocolates, and gift items.
Hampton Inn - Freeport
This historic and charming hotel is located in the heart of Historic Downtown Freeport and features The Main Street Bistro, always the perfect spot to enjoy a great meal, a refreshing drink in a sophisticated atmosphere ideal for mixing, mingling, and enjoying life. The 70 spacious guest rooms and 2 suites feature complimentary hi-speed wireless internet access, High Definition TV with pay-per view movies and games, refrigerators and microwaves available upon request. Guest also have access to the hotel's state of the art fitness center, indoor swimming pool, and the complimentary hot continental breakfast which features over 15 items daily. Non-smoking rooms are available. The Hampton Inn is part of the Hilton Honors preferred guest program. Rates: $89 to $149.
Hampton Inn Freeport Golf Packages
Park Hills Golf Getaway Package: Enjoy a Hampton room, two 18-hole rounds at park Hills Golf Course in Freeport, a cart, a bucket of range balls, and a special golfer's gift bag. Must be booked at least seven days in advance: $153 - $177. Wolf Hollow Golf Getaway Package: Hampton king room, two 18-hole rounds at Wolf Hollow Golf Course in Lena, a cart, a bucket of range balls, and a special gift bag. Must be booked at least seven days in advance: $153 - $163.This historic and charming hotel is located in the heart of Historic Downtown Freeport and features The Main Street Bistro, always the perfect spot to enjoy a great meal, a refreshing drink in a sophisticated atmosphere ideal for mixing, mingling, and enjoying life. The 70 spacious guest rooms and 2 suites feature complimentary hi-speed wireless internet access, High Definition TV with pay-per view movies and games, refrigerators and microwaves available upon request. Guest also have access to the hotel's state of the art fitness center, indoor swimming pool, and the complimentary hot continental breakfast which features over 15 items daily. Non-smoking rooms are available. The Hampton Inn is part of the Hilton Honors preferred guest program. Rates: $89 to $149.
Hansens Hideaway Ranch & Campground
Tents, pop-ups and RV camping sites with water and electric hookups, swimming, nature trails, arcade, snack bar, playground, horseshoe pits, covered pavilion, restrooms, showers, sanitary dumping station, fire rings, firewood, and ice available.
A small, family owned and operated butcher shop that has been in business in Freeport since 1929 - Celebrating 84 years of home-raised beef and pork. Purchase direct from their farm as individual cuts, quarters and sides.
Harmony Hills Bed & Breakfast
A relaxing country getaway for all seasons. Enjoy country hospitality and charm at this 5 acre retreat in Northern Illinois designed especially for couples seeking time away or small groups wanting to share time together. Also available for meetings, bridal or baby showers, or teas. In addition it can host small weddings, receptions, or reunions on wooded acreage.
High atop a wooded hill, overlooking the Mississippi River, sits Carroll County's grandest mansion. Experience a guided tour of this six story, 63 room, hilltop home of Mr. & Mrs. Alan St. George. An amazing 2.5 hour tour featuring original art work and sculptures. Alan and Adrienne St. George spent over 30 years perfecting this castle of American Aristocracy which is now open to the public. Available for tours, weddings, events and receptions. Call for reservations.
Heirloom Market & Cafe
This rural style cafe will capture your senses. The decor is clearly slated rustic with a cozy and a distinctively pleasant ambience. The cafe is a staple of small town life with a sense of community as it embraces the environment that has been set forth by the Heirloom Market. We feature homemade baked goods and gourmet coffee. The espresso drink with steamed milk or variegated flavoring is designed for a picker upper or as a way to pass your time with a good book or to surf the free wi-fi internet.
The 1878 Henry School, located on the Galena Trail, was used as an operating school until 1957. The Polo Historical Society has turned it back into an old country school, which includes displays on the Black Hawk War of 1832.
Imagine indulging yourself in the privacy of your own cabin with a full body massage & lingering leisurely over breakfast in bed provided by our own caterer. Extra Special touches available upon request. Arrangements can be made for extra-loving touches added to the cabin from rose petals, flowers & music, or send a special invitation asking them to join you for a relaxing getaway. One-tank trip from Western Suburbs of Chicago Relax in the rustic setting of our cozy cabins located on 10 wooded acres just minutes from Lake Carroll. Enjoy our friendly atmosphere beside a bonfire or hot tub! A romantic whirl-pool cabin with fireplace or country kitchenette can accommodate everything from intimate parties to family reunions. Open year-round.
Hickory Hill Lodging, Inc.
Hickory Hill Lodging is located down a wooded lane off of Payne Road, the gateway to Carroll County in Northwestern Illinois. Just minutes from the Lake Carroll Golf Course and the fine dining and relaxation in Lake Carroll.
Large, wooded park offers 43 acres of timber, grassland & bottomland with picnic and playground areas, hiking trails, cross-country skiing, fishing, and a small boat launch on Yellow Creek
CITY: Pearl City
Higher Grounds Coffee
This is a warm, inviting and friendly place with a relaxed but upscale atmosphere. Only the highest quality freshly roasted specialty coffees from around the word are used. They also offer a full menu of espresso beverages, specialty tea, hot chocolate, steamers, fruit smoothies and more. Plus they have a wonderful selection of pastries and baked goods. Panini sandwiches and soup are served daily for lunch. The breakfast menu includes breakfast panini, quiche, pastries, muffins, scones and other selections. Free wireless internet access is available. Drive-up window, carryout.
Highland Farmers Market
This midweek farmers market offers a large array of fresh produce that is all locally grown as well as baked goods and farm fresh eggs. Open: Wednesdays: 3 pm - 6 pm. Located at Highland Community College in Parking Lot C.
Hogback Haven Maple Farm and Hardwoods
Sawmill and custom furniture. Pure maple products including maple syrup, maple candy, maple cream and maple sugar. Tours of the sugar bush and sugar shack are available in season (Feb-Mar) by prior appointment.
Honey Hill Orchard
Apples, cider, donuts, apple bread, pure apple cider, caramel apples, honey, jams, jellies, apple butter, syrup, pumpkins and gourds. Late Aug.-Nov.
We have two guest rooms available now, along with two furnished apartments for extended stays. Our guest rooms do not have private baths -- they share a newly remodeled toilet and shower. The Hotel Glenview was built in 1886 and remained a working hotel until the mid 70's when it fell into disrepair but it is in the process of being refurbished. We are within walking distance for great shopping, dining and night caps. We are only 10 miles from the Great River Trail, and we do offer bicycles sag support. Upon consideration, pets are welcomed. We are strictly non-smoking.
CITY: Mount Carroll
Huff's Miniature Horses
Observe a small herd of miniature horses, and even groom the patient ones. Be sure to call and make a reservation.
CITY: Mount Carroll
Huron Farm Market
This multi-seasonal shop offers a garden center in the spring, a summer produce market, and fall and Halloween items in the autumn. From April thru October, also enjoy a flea market every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Imperial Palace Chinese Restaurant
Voted "Best Ethnic Food" in the region seventeen years in a row. Specializing in Mandarin, Szechwan, and Hunan cuisine with over 100 dinner entrees. Carryout, children's menu, full bar. Banquet facilities for 50.
Indian Springs Lodge Ltd.
This log cabin getaway is cradled by nature. Delighted guests fish from the pedal boat and canoe across the pond to the tepee. Star-gaze, listen to the woods' silence, be at peace.
Ink & Paper
Unique, fun gifts for all ages and occasions. Located in historic downtown Stockton, five blocks south of US Hwy 20.
Custom screen printing, embroidery and advertising specialty items such as pens, pencils and mugs. Local school apparel plus a wide selection of shirts and custom one-of-a-kind embroidery items, including Freeport Pretzel apparel. "We'll put your name where it belongs, in front of customers each and every day."
J & K Antiques
Unique and unusual antique furniture, clocks and lamps. Refinishing and stripping of antique furniture also available.
Jane Addams Burial Site
Jane Addams, born and raised in Cedarville, was an internationally famous humanitarian and social work pioneer who founded Chicago's Hull House and won the Nobel Peace Prize. She is buried in this lovely old hillside cemetery.
Jane Addams Recreation Trail
This multi-use 15 mile recreational trail offers beautiful scenery and is highlighted by 21 bridges passing wetlands, creeks, woods, prairies, geologic formations and farmland. The trail, named after Jane Addams, the humanitarian and public health pioneer born and raised in nearby Cedarville, is part of the Grand Illinois Trail which traverses northern Illinois from Lake Michigan to the Mississippi River. Its crushed limestone surface may be used by hikers, bicyclists, snowmobilers, and cross-country skiers. Trail maps are available.
Offers picnic & playground areas, sand volleyball courts, soccer field, basketball court.
This two acre park features picnic and playground areas, two sand volleyball courts, a soccer field, and a basketball court.
Jeanette Lloyd Theater
Large theater with seating for 850
Jeff Adams "Images In Bronze"
Fine art gallery / sculptor, Jeff Adams studio. Tour full-service casting facility. Saturday by appointment.
CITY: Mount Morris
Jennings Cards and Currency
Coins, sport cards, books, postcards, stamps, gold and silver. We buy, sell, trade and appraise.
John Deere Historic Site
John Deere has a presence around the world, but it all started right here in Grand Detour, Illinois. When you step foot on these grounds, it will feel like taking a step back in time. Hear the floorboards creak as you walk inside John Deere's home. Take in the beauty of the picturesque landscape. And feel the heat of fired steel inside the replica blacksmith shop. Whether you're a school group, a John Deere fan or a history buff, it's an experience you just can't miss.
CITY: Grand Detour
John Deere Home
John Deere's home still stands with a working replica of his blacksmith shop and a preserved archeological dig that unearthed Deere's original shop.
CITY: Grand Detour
Joseph Westwood Memorial Park
Picnic and playground areas, shelters, tennis courts, ball diamonds, plus a recreation building.
CITY: Pearl City
Located inside the 4 Seasons Bowling Center, Jumpin Joe's is Freeport's hot spot. Whether eating, relaxing or enjoying Joe's atmosphere, this is the place. Eat at Joe's. Carryout, full bar, and entertainment. Open: Sunday: 11 am - 11 pm; Monday thru Friday: 9 am - 1:30 am; Saturday: 11 am - 1:30 am.
K & T Greenhouses and Landscaping
We offer 18 thousand square feet of green houses, with annuals, perennials, vegetables and much more. Open: April thru July: Daily: 8 am - 6 pm; Fall: Daily 8 am - 5 pm
Includes picnic and playground areas, a shelter, tennis court and basketball court.
Visit this delightful kitchen store full of artisan-quality, handmade, wooden spoons, spatulas, bowls and other kitchen products all made on site.
This beautiful Freeport park offers an antique carousel, waterfall, seasonal duck pond, miniature golf course, 18-hole disc golf course, tennis courts, a baseball diamond, a quarter mile nature trail, paddle boats, canoes, fishing, hiking, biking, a performance amphitheater, gardens, picnic areas, shelters, playgrounds including "Kid's Kastle", and sledding in the winter. The Yellow Creek Adventure Golf Course (miniature golf) is open daily from Memorial Day thru Labor Day from Noon to Dusk. The Disc Golf Course is open during regular park hours and is free to play. The carousel is open prior to Memorial Day on weekends from Noon to Dusk and from Memorial Day to Labor Day, it is open daily from Noon to Dusk. Yellow Creek boat rentals, including the duck paddle boats or the larger swan boat, are available daily from Memorial Day thru Labor Day weekend from Noon to Dusk. Park attractions are open seasonally; call ahead to confirm availability of specific attractions.
Located within two miles of the Mississippi River, the L&M Motel has been completely remodeled and features 32 theme rooms all with microwaves, refrigerators, courtesy coffee, phones, wireless internet, and air conditioning. We're very biker friendly and only 25 minutes from Galena!
L.A. Drive In
Offering a large menu of fast food items and countless ice cream choices. Something for everyone, just how you like it.
La Vigna Restaurant
Fine Northern Italian cuisine. We bring the best of Italy to your table. Seafood, poultry, aged steaks, pasta, homemade desserts, full bar.
Lake LaDonna Family Campground
A great place for kids! Beach surrounding the lake is perfect for sunbathing or building sandcastles. Waterfall, rope swing, diving boards, slides and tire swing. Certified lifeguards on duty. Good food served daily in the lodge. Camp store, pavilion, playground, volleyball and basketball courts, horseshoes, restrooms, shower facilities, water, electric hook-ups, dump station. Facilities include campsites with water & electric hook-ups and air conditioned cabins with kitchenettes & full bathrooms.
Lake Le-Aqua-Na State Park
This beautiful 715-acre state park with a 40-acre lake derives its name from a combination of the town of Lena and the Latin work for water, aqua. Lake Le-Aqua-Na offers a variety of outdoor recreational activities including more than 10 miles of mult-use trails. The large tracts of wooded land include oak, hickory, walnut and pine trees. Woodland flowers are on display, especially in the spring and early summer, and wildlife is abundant. There is boating, fishing, a children's fishing pond, swimming, picnic and playground areas, shelters, trails for mountain biking, hiking and cross-country skiing, equestrian trails, sledding, hunting and camping.
Lake Le-Aqua-Na State Park Campground
This undiscovered, comfortable, and family oriented campground in Lake Le-Aqua-Na State Park offers 183 camping sites. Electrical hook-up is offered at 132 sites. Also available are 12 hydrants for water, a trailer dump station; flush toilets and showers are available from May 1 to October 31. An equestrian campground and trails are available from April 15 to November 15 - weather permitting. Pets and campfires are allowed. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited. Reservations seven days in advance of arrival my be made at www.reserveamerica.com. Rates: Electric Sites: $20 (Non Holiday Weekends) $30 (Holiday weekends - Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day) Non Electric Sites: $10. Illinois residents 62 and over receive a $5 discount Monday thru Thursday.
Lake Louise Resort
The finest family recreational camping experience in Northern Illinois. Sandy beaches, slides, rafts, paddle boats, fishing, kiddie beach, sand volleyball, basketball, game room, bonfires, bands, dancing, music, horseshoes and 13- acre spring-fed lake.
Lakewood Resort and Gardens
Sportsman's paradise. Permanent wooded seasonal sites, tent camping. Acres of remote backpacking. Guided deer hunting (archery only), turkey hunt.
Landmark Family Restaurant
Located in the heart of downtown Freeport, the Landmark offers family dining with homemade soups, sandwiches and daily specials including a daily supper special. Banquet facilities for 50. Credit Cards not accepted.
Lena Area Historical Museum
The Lena Historical Museum tells the history of Lena and the surrounding area, with galleries focusing on various historical topics. Highlights include a Civil War regimental flag and an extensive clothing collection. Also on the grounds are a summer kitchen, the first log schoolhouse built in Lena, an Illinois Central Railroad caboose, a general store, a recreated chapel, and a barn filled with antique vehicles and farm tools. Open: Saturday: 1 pm - 4 pm; or by appointment.
Lena Drive Inn
Old fashioned drive inn with carhop service. Serving soft serve ice cream cones, shakes and malts, with burgers, fries, chicken, and pork tenderloin sandwiches. A truly great drive inn experience.
Lena Farmer's Market
Local farmers offer this seasonal farmers market with a variety of locally grown seasonal produce, fruit, and baked goods. Open every Saturday from 8 am - 11 am, June 7 thru October 4.
Lena Golf Club - Wolf Hollow Golf Course
The Lena Golf Club offers the beautiful Wolf Hollow Course with 18 holes, 71 par, 6,422 yards over wide open, rolling prairies. The club house features a full bar and one of the best short-order menus in the region. Fees: Monday thur Thursday: 9 holes - $15; 18 holes - $24; Friday, Saturday & Sunday: 9 holes - $17; 18 holes - $29; Motorized Cart Rental: (Per Cart/Per Person): 9 holes - $11; 18 holes - $16
Visit the KOA for a complete variety of camping experiences. It's a fun place to be.
Lena KOA Kampground
Visit the KOA for a complete camping experience, including cottages, cabins and campsites, at this friendly, quiet, and relaxing rural setting. The five log cottages offer shower baths, kitchenettes, gas log fireplaces and air-conditioning. One cottage is wheelchair accessible. There are six cabins with heat and air-conditioning. The guest provides bedding and utensils, but has use of the KOA's Kamping Kitchen. There are ninety campsites that include full hookup, open grassy or wooded sites, and big rig long and level pull through sites with 50 AMP service. The recreation/game roon, heated pool with slide, bike rental, jumping pillow, playground, and sand volleyball will be a hit with the kids. A wheelchair accessible family restroom is available.Pets on a leash and campfires are allowed. Small county store with groceries and gift shop, RV supplies, and LP gas are also available. Open: April 1 thru November 1 (Limited winter facilities). Please call for rates, or visit our website.
Lena Lions Park
Lions Park, at over 20 acres, features Splash Land Family Aquatic Center with a 180' waterslide, zero depth entry, many shade shelters, wet sand play area, water features and drop slide. The Splash Land Mini-Golf offers one of the nicest 18 hole miniature golf courses in the Midwest. It has over 275 plant varieties, 4000+ square feet of water areas, three waterfalls and challenges that the entire family will enjoy. The course is ADA compliant. Quench your thirst and your appetite at the Splash Land Food Court. Full restaurant offering sandwiches to soft serve and smoothies to salads - a true family food court. The park also offers picnic and playground areas, flower gardens, shelter house, a concession stand, volleyball and basketball courts, lighted ball diamond, batting cages and restrooms. A 110x110' ice rink is available in season.
Lena Mercantile Company
Antiques, collectibles, gifts, Amish furniture and accessories, candy, clothing, toys and country store items. Also enjoy the Mercantile Eatery which serves delicious soups, salads, sandwiches, homemade desserts, and freshly ground and roasted gourmet coffee drinks. Open: Daily: 9:30 am - 5:30 pm. Lunch is served Monday thru Saturday from 11 am to 2 pm with coffee and desserts available daily, all hours.
Lena Mercantile Eatery
The Mercantile Eatery serves delicious soups, salads, sandwiches and homemade desserts - pies, cheesecakes, cakes and more. In addition there is a daily special sandwich. Freshly roasted, freshly ground coffee drinks from gourmet beans are also featured. Plus enjoy the antiques, gifts and more at the Lena Mercantile. Lunch from 11 am - 2 pm, desserts and coffee anytime.
Lena Water Tower
Built in 1896, the 100-foot-tall tower is believed to be one of only three in Illinois of similar construction, and has become the symbol of the Village of Lena.
Lily Pad Gardens And Nursery
Discover this shop offering annuals, perennials, aquatic plants, hanging baskets, traditional and unique flowering containers, garden seeds, a full garden center and garden-themed gifts, including bean pod candles, home decor, Dionis goat's milk bath products, Rhapsody candles, garden flags, and mailbox covers, willow benches and outdoor furniture. Fresh-cut Christmas trees, wreaths, and garland are available during winter season.
Enjoy this park offering a picnic area, playground, shelter and restroom facilities as well as access to the Pecatonica Prairie Path which is currently under construction. The Pecatonica River may also be accessed for boating and canoeing approximately 200 yards from the park.
Lincoln The Debater Statue
This famous statue was designed by Leonard Crunelle of Chicago, and was presented to Freeport at the 71st anniversary of the Lincoln-Douglas Debate on August 27, 1929, by local industrialist W. T. Rawleigh. It is located in Taylor Park.
Lincoln-Douglas Debate Square
Experience the history of the second of the famous debates between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas. It was at this site on August 27, 1858 that the Freeport Doctrine, an import statement regarding slavery and state's rights, was proclaimed by Douglas. The site is self-interpretative through a series of waysides that tell of the events and ideas which led up to the debates, and also includes the life-size statues "Lincoln and Douglas in Debate" by artist Lily Tolpo. The park-like setting is complete with benches, lighting and spacious walks.
Lincoln-Douglas Debate Square
Experience the history of the second of the famous debates between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas. It was at this site on August 27, 1858 that the Freeport Doctrine, an important statement regarding slavery and state's rights, was proclaimed by Douglas. The site is self-interpretative through a series of waysides that tell of the events and ideas which led up to the debates, as well as the life-size statues "Lincoln and Douglas in Debate."