- 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 Glen Ellyn Skate Park is a local skate park that provides a variety of different options to the skaters who visit. The park includes many different ramps and can be used by beginners and more advanced skaters alike.
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1949 S Bell School Road, Cherry Valley, IL 61016 MoreLess Info
Visitors can enjoy open jumping at Gymnastic Academy South Trampoline Park & Training Facility. The facility features trampoline basketball, foam pits, and air dodgeball, and also hosts birthday parties, field trips, and private events.
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Gurnee Mills Mall, 6152 W Grand Avenue, Gurnee, IL 60031 MoreLess Info
Featuring an ice skating rink, Rinkside Sports & Family Entertainment Center can be used for open skating, ice hockey and figure skating. The center also offers miniature golf, video and redemption games, laser tag and a restaurant.
A large-scale water amusement park, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor features a wide array of waterslides, water rides, games, shows, and special events. The park is open seasonally, and offers season passes and flash passes.
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191 W Factory Road, Addison, IL 60101 MoreLess Info
A competitive cheerleading gym, Illinois Allstars- Competitive Cheerleading & Tumbling Classes offers classes in gymnastics, cheerleading, and tumbling taught by experienced and professional instructors. The gym also maintains a focus on fostering student athletes.
The primary focus of the Rice Pool & Water Park is a pool that ranges from zero depth to 16 feet with adjoining water slides. The surrounding area also has a volleyball area, a sand play area, and a children's spray site.
The focus is on the history of the donated Tanner House and the surrounding area at the Aurora Historical Museum. The museum includes artifacts, documents, books, letters, photographs, and resources pertaining to the house and the area.
The River Trail Nature Center is a nature center focused on telling the story of native plants and animals that still thrive within the surrounding urban environment. Attractions include self-guiding trails, an exhibit building, and a children's nature discovery area.