- The list below includes 684 free or cheap things to do in or near Hoffman Estates, Illinois, including 108 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Recreation Centers, Hiking Trails and Bowling.
- From Bo's Run to Paul Douglas Forest Preserve, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Hoffman Estates and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Skokie, Oak Park, Evanston and West Chicago.
Dellwood Park offers visitors the chance to play baseball, soccer, horseshoes, tennis, and sand volleyball. The 150-acre park also contains hiking and walking trails, a pavilion, picnic shelters, and a playground.
At Legacy Paintball & Airsoft Park, guests can enjoy a game on the site's 77 acres of playable land. The location also accepts reservations for those who wish to hold a birthday party or team-building event.
A variety of recreational activities are available at Centennial Park, including horseshoe areas, sand volleyball courts, baseball fields and more. Guests can even bring a four-legged friend to The Dogout dog park.
The Chicago Forest Preserve is a collection of nature trails spanning over 200 miles in total. Visitors to the trails commonly enjoy walking, biking, or jogging and enjoying the natural scenery around them.
Public skating sessions, learn-to-skate classes, and hockey leagues are among the services provided by the Arctic Ice Arena, a local ice skating rink. The arena also contains a pro shop as well as a restaurant/bar/grill.
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An indoor miniature golf course lit entirely by ultra-violet black lights, Space Golf transforms miniature golf into a cosmic experience. Music, lasers, and optional 3D glasses enhance the experience, as well.
Arriviste Arabians is a horse boarding facility that also provides horseback riding and equine education. Both private and group horseback riding lessons are offered, as well as a full arena for views of the animals.
Dekalb Park District features a number of parks and facilities. Parks offer a wide range of recreational activities including playgrounds, soccer fields, golf courses, sports complexes' and historic museum flower gardens.
Opened in 1965, the NIU Huskie Stadium is a 30,998 seat multipurpose stadium and home to the NIU Huskies. The stadium features a dual lighting system, a scoreboard with an 11-by-15-foot video display system, and concessions areas.