- The list below includes 637 free or cheap things to do in or near Wheeling, Illinois, including 108 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Arcades, Bowling and Restaurants.
- From Cole Taylor Friendship Park to Dam 1 Forest Preserve, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Wheeling and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chicago, Skokie, Oak Park and Evanston.
1505 Mitchell Drive, Oswego, IL 60543 MoreLess Info
A family entertainment center, Fore! Family Fun features a black light miniature golf course, mini bowling lanes and bounce houses with a 16' slide. The center also provides arcade and redemption games, a dining menu and private event hosting.
During the summer, Camp Lakota runs a campground for families to set up tent in. The staff provides outdoor meals and the grounds include an archery course, climbing wall, and pool. Boy scouts can use the facilities year round.
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735 N. Center Blvd, Romeoville, IL 60446 MoreLess Info
At Brunswick Zone XL - Romeoville, guests can experience lane side service during a game of bowling. During black-light bowling, the bowling balls become glow-in-the-dark. In addition to bowling, it has pool tables, a fire pit, laser tag, and bumper cars.
Located within a 24,000 square-foot complex, GenuWIN Sports Training Inc. is a sports training facility offering a number of services for the athletes training there. The facility offers training and personal instruction in softball, baseball, and soccer.
100% 3 votes
E Romeo Rd Centennial Trl, Romeoville, IL 60446 MoreLess Info
The total amount of land that belongs to the Centennial Trail - I&M Canal Trail and surrounding area covers 486 acres. The trail itself is 10.8 miles long and can be used for biking, hiking, showshoeing, and cross country skiing.
Guests can enjoy interactive exhibits at the Isle a la Cache Museum which cover the local area's history during the 18th century. Along with artifacts linked to the Great Lakes fur trade, there is a replica Native American longhouse.
Beautiful and inviting throughout all four seasons, Petrifying Springs Park is great for picnics in the warm weather and sledding in the winter. Its features include a ball diamond, dog park, hiking trails, and more.