- TripBuzz found 49 things to do with kids in or near Champaign, Illinois, including 23 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Urbana.
- From Memorial Stadium to University of Illinois Ice Arena, the Champaign area offers 46 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Movie Theaters, Theaters and Farms & Ranches.
- Champaign is located along the eastern portion of the state only 30 miles away from the border with Indiana. Home to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, it is mostly known as a large college town with plenty of museums, libraries, theaters, restaurants, and bars. A number of minor league sports teams play in the city as well.
The golf course is of a very professional grade and seasoned players will enjoy their outing here. They have a huge parking space, very interesting menu items and clean bathrooms. Holiday here is a hole-in-one.
Home to more than 400 animals from the 6 continents, Scovill Zoo welcomes each year nearly 100,000 visitors. Besides the regular attractions, this zoo also offers educational programs for children, including winter classroom programs.
An independently owned theater, Avon Theatre the shows films ranging from Hollywood new releases to cult classics and art house movies. The theater also offers an array of refreshments, including its signature bacon popcorn.
A story of immigration, Hieronymus Mueller Museum celebrates the inventions and patents of a German engineer. Exhibits include family photographs, antique cars and information about the Mueller Company and plant.
Sand Creek Conservation Area has more than 7.5 miles of hiking and equestrian trails, spread across forest, prairie and floodplain. A historic road runs through the trail, as well as creeks which must be forded.
Featuring an extended menu, Carmike Palace Cinema 10 offers a variety of gourmet meal items to eat while watching the latest blockbuster hits in its auditoriums. The chairs have wide arm rests with cup holders and food trays.
James Milliken Homestead is the former residence of James and Anna Millikin and is open for tours. Millikin's founded Millikin University, Millikin Bank, and Millikin Estate Trust and in 1974, the Homestead was added to the Register of Historic places.