- The list below includes 371 free or cheap things to do in or near Waukegan, Illinois, including 104 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Fishing, Bowling and Mini Golf.
- From Bowen Park to Ben Diamond Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Waukegan and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Skokie, Evanston, Kenosha and Glenview.
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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.
Austin's Fuel Room is a live music venue that books a variety of local, regional, and nationally touring artists, typically in the rock and metal genres. The venue is combined with a restaurant and bar called Austin's Saloon and Eatery.
344 N Milwaukee Avenue, Libertyville, IL 60048 MoreLess Info
Artist At Heart is an art studio that offers artists of all skill levels the chance to show their creativity through artwork. The studio hosts a variety of classes, camps, and workshops that are open to all individuals.
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413 N Cook Avenue, Libertyville, IL 60048 MoreLess Info
With 1.7 acres to explore, Cook Memorial Park & Rose Garden provides visitors with a scenic garden filled with flower beds and over 20 rose bushes. The park also features a playground and a memorial plaque that honors American veterans.
A family entertainment center, Aloha Falls Miniature Golf features two Hawaiian-themed miniature golf courses and an indoor table golf course. The center offers a cafe and bar, retro console games and tables for pool, ping pong and air hockey.
Organizing recreational leagues for the community, Glsa Libertyville has a variety of soccer programs for both adults and children. Each season, the association runs a clinic that helps visitors improve their soccer skills.
Part of the Loyola University campus, the Cuneo Mansion and Gardens was once the home of General Electric founder, Samuel Insull and, later, the residence of the Cuneo family. The site is now used for classes and special events.