- TripBuzz found 158 things to do with kids in or near Woodstock, Illinois, including 146 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lake Geneva, Elgin, Mundelein and Crystal Lake.
- From All Seasons Apple Orchard Pumpkin Patch Corn Maze to Kingston Lanes, the Woodstock area offers 105 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Horseback Riding, Amusement Parks (All Ages) and Maze.
- Less than an hour's drive from Chicago, Woodstock is an historic community with a variety of nationally recognized landmarks. This includes the county courthouse and local opera theater which still operates today. Live music is also a growing interest in Woodstock. Consequently, the community hosts a number of musical festivals annually such as a folk festival, Mozart and summer jazz festival.
Part of the Huntley Park District, the Diecke Discovery Zone offers a variety of activities for kids to engage in. There are traditional playground structures as well as some creative zones with running water, sand, and digging tools.
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311 North Randall Road, Lake In The Hills, IL 60156 MoreLess Info
Offering first-run feature films, AMC Lake In The Hills 12 provides 12 auditoriums using digital projection. The theater features stadium seating, a full bar, reclining chairs, theater rentals and a concession area with food and drinks.
An indoor and outdoor tennis facility, the Crystal Lake Racket Club features nine indoor tennis courts, an indoor practice lane, clay and standard outdoor courts, a fully stocked pro shop, and lessons or players of all levels.
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1611 S. Randall Road, Algonquin, IL 60102 MoreLess Info
Brunswick Zone XL - Randall Road is a bowling alley and fun center that also includes an onsite bar and grill. 38 lanes of bowling is featured along with 8 billiard tables, lazer tag, and a variety of arcade games.
Bordering the Fox River, Cornish Park houses historical markers and buildings in addition to providing recreational space. Amenities include an adjoining bike trail, walking path, playground, athletic field, fishing spots and a gazebo.
Nearly 13 acres in a residential setting, Hill Climb Park provides recreational opportunities for everyone. The site holds two playgrounds, athletic fields, a basketball court, walking paths, a gazebo, seating areas and a picnic area.
Located along a stretch of the Fox River, Buffalo Park Forest Preserve is a woodland retreat. It offers hiking and biking paths, scenic views, river access, and a sledding hill, when the weather permits. There is also a campground.