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Lakemoor Golf Course is an 18 Hole Golf Course that is located just West of Route 12 that is open to the public. We also have a driving range with all grass tees, as well as a practice putting green.
The Legendary Dungeon of Doom Haunted House now located at the old Briquette Factory in Zion, Illinois, is not for the faint of heart. The Dungeon of Doom has earned its legendary reputation as the most bone-chilling, best haunted house in Chicago. This house has an underground feel, and is filled with a cold chill one paralleled to what some equate to Paranormal. Dates open are September 24 & 30, October 1, 7--9, 14-16, 20-23, 27-31 & November 4-5.
The event is family friendly and involves a haunted 45 minute walk through the historic downtown. At about a half a dozen locations you'll stop for a few minutes to meet some characters from Long Grove's past. Some of their tales seem to jive pretty closely with real history, but other parts seem like they're lavishly embellished. Required donation of $5/adult and $3/child. Reservations are required and space is limited.
Known as a fair test of golf skills for any golfer, Pine Meadow also has such picturesque beauty with its fairways lined with towering blue spruce, pines as well as wild life, that it is easy for a player to forget they’re here to play golf.
Steeple Chase Golf Club is a Ken Killian-designed course nestled on over 200 beautiful acres. For more than a decade, this highly-acclaimed course is among the best courses in Chicagoland, ranked “4 Stars” in Golf Digest’s “Best Places to Play” public ranking and voted Daily Herald Readers’ Choice “Best Golf Course.” Natural hills, lakes, woods and wetlands, and outstanding course conditions all come together to create unsurpassed beauty and a true challenge. Beginners enjoy its straightforward, fair play, and the intermediate or advanced take to the signature 18th hole.
Playing a relatively short, sporty golf course like Village Green can be a wonderful experience. For the avid golfer, the expectation to score presents itself at every turn. For the recreational golfer, this Ray Didier-designed track dating back to the early 1960s is pure fun... challenging without being intimidating. Village Green rewards golfers of all ability levels with opportunities to shine and finesse specific aspects of their game.