- TripBuzz found 304 things to do with kids in or near Huntley, Illinois, including 297 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Chicago, St. Charles, Elgin and Arlington Heights.
- From Huntley Unlimited Gymnastics School to Stingray Bay Family Aquatic Center, the Huntley area offers 109 different types of family activities, including: Gymnastics, Bowling, Water Parks and Theaters.
- Huntley is a small village located in Illinois's McHenry and Kane Counties. Known primarily for its senior living residential communities, visitors frequent the village's charming public square and outlet shopping center. The locals are friendly, making for a charming small country town to live, visit, eat, shop and play in.
The Elliot Park Skate Park offers activities such as skateboarding, BMX Biking, in-line skating, rollerblading, scooter riding, and parkour. The park has a beautiful atmosphere and is surrounded by forestry and nearby playgrounds.
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515 E Thacker Street, Des Plaines, IL 60016 MoreLess Info
Home to a variety of small local suburban theatre troupes, the Prairie Lakes Community Theatre provides entertainment to Des Plaines locals. The theatre presents a selection of popular stage plays and musicals.
79% 14 votes
510 E Algonquin Road, Des Plaines, IL 60016 MoreLess Info
Designed after an old mining town theme, Mountain View Mine Miniature Golf is a local 18-hole miniature golf course open to the public. The course is filled with obstacles and is lined with scenic waterfalls, creeks, and bridges.
The Geneva Lake Shore Path is a 21 mile trail that allows hikers to walk in the backyards of century old mansions in the area. There are two booklets available in local stores that outline two different do -it-yourself walking tours.
Any time of the year is perfect for the CoCo Key Water Resort, a 60,000 square feet indoor water park. Perfect for birthday parties or family getaway, the park features rides on the lazy river, water slides, cabanas, and large arcade.
83% 6 votes
5900 S. Perryville Road, Cherry Valley, IL 61016 MoreLess Info
A 60-acre wilderness preserve, the Espencheid Memorial Forest Preserve is a natural spot to launch a kayak or canoe in the Kishwaukee River. The preserve itself is full of mature oak trees, and offers scenic woodland views.