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Huntley Unlimited Gymnastics School features an elite coaching staff for students ranging from tots to those who are ready to be a part of a competitive team. The facility includes state-of-the-art trampolines, tumble tracks, and more.
Formerly known as the World Music Theater, the First Midwest Bank Amphitheater hosts shows from music headliners from all genres. Some popular artists who have performed at the amphitheater include Nickelback, Lana Del Rey, and 5 Seconds of Summer.
With the goal of providing a challenging gymnastics environment to children, Phenom Gymnastics is a recreational gymnastics facility. The facility offers educational classes to children and is available for birthday parties.
Featuring 10 screens with digital projection, Kendall 10 Theater is a clean and comfortable place to enjoy a movie. All theaters are equipped with stadium seating, and guests get free drink refills and 50 cent popcorn refills for the duration of their stay.
Dellwood Park offers visitors the chance to play baseball, soccer, horseshoes, tennis, and sand volleyball. The 150-acre park also contains hiking and walking trails, a pavilion, picnic shelters, and a playground.