- 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.
Hidden Oaks Nature Center offers visitors of all ages and backgrounds with the opportunity to connect with nature. Patrons can participate in interactive exhibits and hands-on activities, register for nature programs or hit the trails with a self-guided Discovery Pack.
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375 W Briarciff Road, Behind Town Center, Bolingbrook, IL 60440 MoreLess Info
At The Performing Arts Center, visitors can watch a wide range of community performing arts events, from plays to concerts. The center organizes summer concerts where visitors can listen to live covers of Frank Sinatra.
180 Canterbury Lane, Bolingbrook, IL 60440 MoreLess Info
A full scale indoor ice rink, Rocket Ice Arena hosts hockey leagues and tournaments. The facility also offers lessons in speed skating, figure skating, and synchronized skating, and offers open skating hours.
Johansen Farms is a children's zoo and pumpkin farm. The pumpkin patch holds over 25,000 pumpkins and is open for children to roam. The zoo contains over 500 animals and features a variety of rides, playhouses, and other attractions.
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831 Maple Avenue, Wandschneider Park, Downers Grove, IL 60515 MoreLess Info
The Downers Grove Park District Museum features three unique structures dating back to the 1800's. There are two Blodgett family houses, one of which was part of the Underground Railroad and the Coachhouse, featuring historical fire engines from Downers Grove.