- Our list of the best things to do in De Kalb, Illinois, features the top 107 nearby activities — including 43 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- De Kalb, IL has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Amusement, Entertainment & Shows, and Sports & Fitness.
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Offering interactive mystery programs tailored to visitors of all ages, The Mystery Shop performs entertaining and sometimes educational programs with an emphasis on humor. Performances are suitable for small or large audiences.
Keller's Farmstand is a business that locally grows and sells fruits and vegetables. In addition to selling produce, the farmstand also operates a farm filled with many attractions, including a corn maze, wagon rides, and a petting zoo.
There are 2 golf courses at the Cantigny Golf Club, both of them having a total of 27 holes. On the site there are also a golf shop, a restaurant, and a clubhouse which can be rented for private events, such as weddings.
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4503 Interstate Blvd, Road Ranger Stadium, Loves Park, IL 61111 MoreLess Info
Aviators Stadium is a 3279 seat baseball stadium and home to the minor league baseball team the Rockford Aviators. The stadium can seat up to 4000 fans and offers a kids zone with inflatables and a playground.
An equestrian farm, Tievoli Farm Inc offers an array of equestrian-related services. The farm offers boarding for horses, training, and sales of a variety of riding equipment. Riding lessons for riders of all levels are also available.
Veteran Acres Park is a 140 acre park housing a Nature Center, Rotary Building and Rotary Warming House. The park also features several athletic fields, and has several hiking and cross country skiing trails.
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.