- The list below includes 388 free or cheap things to do in or near Romeoville, Illinois, including 110 different types of inexpensive activities like Skating Rinks, Hiking Trails, Bowling and History Museums.
- From Centennial Trail - I&M Canal Trail to Romeoville of Village, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Romeoville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Oak Park, Lombard, West Chicago and Aurora.
One of two Stardust Bowl locations, Stardust Bowl No 2 offers open bowling as well as league and tournament play. The alley offers loyalty programs, and hosts birthday parties, corporate events, and other gatherings.
Spanning 310 acres, Lippold Park houses a skate park, batting cages, dog park, and outdoor fitness area. Many sports fields and courts are spread throughout the area, along with ponds/wetlands and over 3 miles of walking/biking trails.
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28201 N St Marys Road, Libertyville, IL 60048 MoreLess Info
An extensive nature preserve, Old School Forest Preserve features an extensive network of trails suitable for hiking or running, as well as impressive wilderness views. The preserve also has restroom facilities.
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100 West Lafayette Street, Ottawa, IL 61350 MoreLess Info
The Reddick Mansion and Gardens are a historic house and grounds that date back before the Civil War. Managed by a local non-profit, tours through the restored building, rooms, and gardens are offered by reservation throughout the year.
Flamingo Pizza Of Miller is a local pizza restaurant offering a large variety of food options for its patrons. Visitors to the restaurant commonly enjoy eating one of the many pizza varieties, burgers, steaks, sandwiches, and many other options.
93% 15 votes
1100 Canal Street, Ottawa, IL MoreLess Info
The history of both the Ottawa region and the Boy Scouts of America is the focus of the Ottawa Historical and Scouting Heritage Museum, which also offers special lectures and on-site events. Several nature trails run through the grounds adjacent to the museum for walking as well.
The Ottawa Scouting Museum focuses on the history of both Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts in the area. It maintains permanent exhibits, and hosts rotating exhibits showcasing different aspects of scouting through the years.