- 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.
Used for multi-purposes, Saw Wee Kee Trail provides a beautiful path through the park. This trail is most often used by hikers and BMX bikers, but is also available to horseback riders and cross-country skiers in the winter months.
Bunker Hill Forest Preserve is a large park that offers scenic views of nature, trails for walking or jogging and ample space for picnics. The park also serves as an outdoor venue for any event with proper county permits.
Situated on seven acres of land, Sunnydale Park offers a wide range of recreational options like play equipment for young children and toddlers, a multi-purpose open play area, and a soccer field. Visitors can also enjoy picnic areas, a biking/walking trail, and on-site parking lot.
Children between the ages of 18 months and nine years old are the focus of Lil' Kickers, which uses soccer to help children grow. Along with soccer classes and general soccer play, the facility can be rented for birthday parties.
As members of the North American League of baseball, Lake County Fielders offers a minor league baseball game experience for its fans. The team is currently looking for a permanent stadium, but plays at local stadiums around the county.
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Burpee Museum of Natural History exhibits over 70,000 specimens from the Paleontology, Anthropology, Geology and Biology domains. The children's favorite attractions are, of course, the dinosaurs, with Jane the T-Rex and Homer the Triceratops in the lead.
On the 40 acres of the Raging Waves Waterpark the visitor can find waterslides, wave pools, a zipline, a small children's area, as well as other attractions. There is also an eatery on the site, which serves 5 different types of menus.