- TripBuzz found 150 things to do with kids in or near Lansing, Illinois, including 148 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chicago, Tinley Park, Gary and Orland Park.
- From Lan Oak Lanes to Lansing Cinema 8, the Lansing area offers 103 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Movie Theaters, Parks and Theaters.
- A small village just outside of Chicago, Lansing is home to the famous outfielder, Curtis Granderson. The city is rich in history which is preserved and shared with both residents and tourists at its local museum. Its downtown area is equipped with lots of outdoor parks including a public flower garden and farmer's market. Lots of shopping and dining opportunities are also available in this Chicago suburb.
West Beach, Indiana Dunes is a beach-side park featuring three looping walking trails. Visitors to the beach can swim (with lifeguards on duty in the summer,) go hiking or bird watching on one of the trails, or go fishing.
Designed for the whole family, Camelot Bowling Centers Inc. features 48 lanes and leagues for every age and gender. The center also features a multi-use indoor sportsplex for hockey, softball, soccer and roller derby.
Hosting bowling leagues and tournaments, Camelot Bowling Center offers recreational bowling to the public. In addition to the lounge, the bowling alley has a snack shop where visitors can purchase appetizers, pizza, and dessert.
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Oak Lawn Pavilion is a recreation center that features a wide variety of amenities. The facility has eight volleyball courts, two sand volleyball courts, softball fields, basketball courts,and indoor and outdoor soccer fields.
A variety of recreational activities are available at Centennial Park, including horseshoe areas, sand volleyball courts, baseball fields and more. Guests can even bring a four-legged friend to The Dogout dog park.
Public skating sessions, learn-to-skate classes, and hockey leagues are among the services provided by the Arctic Ice Arena, a local ice skating rink. The arena also contains a pro shop as well as a restaurant/bar/grill.
Ogden Dunes Beach in Ogden Dunes, Indiana, is not a public beach. In order to visit the beautiful beach in the summer months, you will need to purchase a permit in the town. The mile-long beach is actually divided into two separate beaches: East Beach and West Beach.
Formerly known as Comiskey Park, US Cellular Field is the home of the Chicago White Sox of the MLB. The location, which has a seating capacity of 40,615, hosted its first concert in 2002 when The Rolling Stones performed at this site.