- 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.
Featuring open forest areas and wetlands, Black Bear Park has a pond with fish and waterfowl, a playground and a gazebo with a picnic table. The park can be used for basketball, frisbee golf, fishing and walking.
43% 35 votes
5333 Prairie Stone Parkway, Hoffman Estates, IL 60173 MoreLess Info
Offering seating for 11,800 individuals, the Sears Centre Arena is a multipurpose entertainment complex that is host to a number of different events. These include concerts, theater shows, and a variety of sporting events throughout the year.
100% 2 votes
112 Algonquin Road, Barrington, IL 60010 MoreLess Info
A museum of musical history and curiosities, the Sanfilippo Place de La Musique maintains collections of music boxes, phonographs, calliopes, coin operated pianos, and other musical artifacts. In all, it houses the largest collection of automatic instruments in the world.
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.
67% 9 votes
Route 59 & Golf Road, Hoffman Estates, IL 60120 MoreLess Info
Visitors can enjoy walking, jogging, rollerblading, and biking on a 8.9 mile paved loop trail at Poplar Creek Forest Preserve. The western portion of the preserve features unpaved secluded hiking trails through woodlands and prairies.