from the local experts at Chicago Southland Convention & Visitors Bureau

Welcome to the Chicago Southland, gentlemen! Our region is home to 19 craft breweries, luscious golf courses and plenty of dude-approved attractions. Whether you’re staying for a week or only a day, your entire crew will feel at home here in the Chicago Southland.

Many attractions have reopened with limited capacity or different operating hours. Inquire with attractions ahead of time for up-to-date travel policies and health and safety information.

  • Crestwood
  • Oak Forest
  • Mokena
  • TInley Park
  • Burbank
  • Bridgeview
  • Orland Park
  • Homewood

Explore the Highlights
  • Day 1: Crestwood, Oak Forest, Mokena & Tinley Park

At the Office Sports Bar & Grill in Crestwood is a great place to kick off the day with lunch before heading to Eagle Sports Range in Oak Forest to try out the various shooting ranges. Keep the adrenaline pumping as you head to Accelerate Indoor Speedway and Events in Mokena where you can drive European go-karts. Finish up the day with dinner and a beer at Soundgrowler Brewing Co. in Tinley Park.

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  • Day 2: Burbank, Bridgeview, Orland Park & Tinley Park

Start the day off with a hearty brunch or an early lunch at Chuck’s Southern Comforts Cafe in Burbank before heading to SeatGeek Stadium to catch a Chicago House Athletic Club soccer game. After watching the pros play, enjoy a game yourself at Dave and Busters in Orland Park before grabbing dinner at Papa Joe’s of Orland Park. Enjoy some late- night fun at Hailstorm Brewing Company in Tinley Park, where you can munch on snacks or drink an award-winning beer before turning in for the night.

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  • Day 3: Homewood

End your stay in the Chicago Southland with a day on the golf course. Visit Ravisloe Country Club, the only public Donald Ross course in Illinois, for a game of golf. After playing 18 holes, grab a bite to eat at Ravisloe's on-site restaurant, Rossy's Roost, and dine on the patio overlooking the beautiful course.

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