- TripBuzz found 609 things to do with kids in or near Woodridge, Illinois, including 599 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chicago, Oak Park, West Chicago and Aurora.
- From Lost Mountain Adventure Golf to Cypress Cove Family Aquatic Center, the Woodridge area offers 109 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Parks, Family Fun Center and Mini Golf.
- A small community in the greater Chicago area, Woodridge is a relatively young, but growing community. Nestled in a woodsy area, the town offers numerous outdoor recreational spaces including playgrounds, bike trails, baseball fields and tennis courts. And for the youth in the area, the city also maintains an outdoor waterpark and Frisbee golf course.
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6550 US Hwy 6, Portage, IN 46368 MoreLess Info
Featuring 16 screens, Goodrich Quality Theaters Portage 16 IMAX displays first-run feature films using digital projection. The theater offers D-BOX motion seats, two party rooms, stadium seating and a concession area with food and drinks.
At Quest Water Sports, visitors can rent a variety of kayaks and stand up paddle boards to take out on the region's major waterways. The shop hosts public events like kayak workshops, fishing tournaments, and boat races.
One of only two mountain bike trails in northwest Indiana, Imagination Glen Park features a 10-mile trail for biking, hiking and dog walking. The trail offers a range of difficulty to match the skill levels of different users.
Located in Zion, Illinois, the Illinois Beach State Park features camping, hiking, kayaking, cycling and boating. The park stretches for approximately 6.5 miles along Lake Michigan. The campground features 241 Class-A premium sites, each with electrical and shower access.
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.
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100 West Lafayette Street, Ottawa, IL 61350 MoreLess Info
The Reddick Mansion and Gardens are a historic house and grounds that date back before the Civil War. Managed by a local non-profit, tours through the restored building, rooms, and gardens are offered by reservation throughout the year.
Featuring the collection of Paul Aken, The Platen Press is a museum devoted to printing and bookbinding history. The museum features machines and equipment related to hot metal casting and letter pressing, as well as other aspects of printing.
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1100 Canal Street, Ottawa, IL MoreLess Info
The history of both the Ottawa region and the Boy Scouts of America is the focus of the Ottawa Historical and Scouting Heritage Museum, which also offers special lectures and on-site events. Several nature trails run through the grounds adjacent to the museum for walking as well.
The Ottawa Scouting Museum focuses on the history of both Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts in the area. It maintains permanent exhibits, and hosts rotating exhibits showcasing different aspects of scouting through the years.