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Visit the many historic sites in Illinois, from the Land of Lincoln, to the site of an ancient Native American city at Cahokia Mounds.
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Festivals & Fairs
One More Dance Before Summer Turns to Fall!
Shoe Fest is a three day music festival that takes place at Camp Shaw-Waw-Nas-See. Enjoy camping, fishing, unique cuisine and of course music!
Sep 01, 2019
Head to Downtown Manteno for the 22nd Annual Oktoberfest.
Camp Shaw was established in 1956 and is the best kept secret in all of Kankakee County!
73 guest rooms with complimentary hot breakfast, indoor pool, fitness center, meeting room and much ...
Located just off of I-57 exit 322, enjoy this convenient stay in Kankakee County!
18-hole golf course, Learning Center practice range, two practice greens, a 7,000 square foot banque...
The Manteno Historical Society Museum is headquartered in the Charles Skinner House, located in the ...
If you are interested in antique shopping, this store will be right up your "alley!"
Check out Steam Hollow Brewing Co., the first microbrewery in Manteno, Illinois!
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