- TripBuzz found 702 things to do with kids in or near Bartlett, Illinois, including 694 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Skokie, Glenview, Oak Park and West Chicago.
- From Bartlett Aquatic Center to The Hitting Zone, the Bartlett area offers 110 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Farms & Ranches, National & State Parks and Batting Cages.
- Bartlett, a village with a population of under 42,000, was incorporated in 1892. It is situated 35 miles to the west of Chicago. Bartlett's Asian-American population is on the rise, having doubled from 2001 to 2011. The increase could be attributed to the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Chicago, a Hindu temple.
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Bartlett Aquatic Center is an outdoor facility that offers recreational activities for all ages. Amenities include an eight lane lap pool, spray playground with water slide and tipping bucket, a tube slide and a water based zip line.
An indoor baseball training facility, The Hitting Zone features a number of indoor batting cages with pitching machines that have variable settings. The facility also features cages where batters can face live pitching.
The Bartlett Park District encompasses a wide variety of facilities, parks, and programs. It includes a nature center, a preschool, a fitness center, and a wide variety of sports, camps, and educational activities.
A full-service horse boarding facility, Sunset Hill Farms features 50 acres of pastures and a range of boarding options. Open seven days a week, the facility also offers riding lessons for all levels and an indoor arena.
Hawk Hollow Forest Preserve is a large protected forest area that offers a variety of activities and opportunities for visitors. In addition to nature and wildlife viewing opportunities, the preserve hosts classes and programs throughout the year.
Filled with interactive displays, Bartlett Nature Center offers visitors the opportunity to learn about the native plant and animal life in the region. The center has reptiles, insects, stuffed animals, bones, and informative posters on display.
A 3,400-acre preserve, the James 'Pate' Philip State Park aims to preserve and protect its diverse Illinois ecosystem. The park is a mixture of prairie, marshes and forest and features a visitor center with educational exhibits.
The Centre Court Athletic Club is a community recreational facility offering a number of facilities for its visitors to use. Visitors commonly enjoy playing tennis, working out in the gym, or spending time in the sauna.