- The list below includes 433 free or cheap things to do in or near Batavia, Illinois, including 110 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Art Gallery, Arts Centers and History Museums.
- From Red Oak Nature Center to Batavia Bark Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Batavia and in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Chicago, Lombard, Aurora and Naperville.
Running along Fox River, Pottawatomie Park provides access for fishing and boating and also has a trail along the river. The park features a miniature golf course, playgrounds, picnic areas, sports facilities and an amphitheater for events.
The Dupage Technology Park is a park that was designed to meet the needs of the technological companies in the local area. The park sits on 800-acres of land and provides lab spaces that are available for rent.
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551 W Roosevelt Road, West Chicago, IL 60185 MoreLess Info
Specializing in baseball training facilities, Finish Strong Indoor Sportsplex Llc offers visitors 30,000 square feet to practice their baseball skills. The complex has amenities like batting cages, pitching tunnels, and multipurpose indoor fields.
The mission of Force Elite Baseball is to offer an unparalleled comprehensive developmental baseball program for players of all ages. The organization offers individual instruction, group lessons, and open workout sessions.
Pioneer Park features a pond with geese, two pavilions, a playground, two soccer fields, a splash pad and six fields that can be used for baseball and softball. There are also paved trails fit for walking or biking.
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Hawthorne Ln & Industrial Drive, West Chicago, IL 60185 MoreLess Info
The 358-acre West Chicago Prairie Forest Preserve is a nature preserve that features 2-miles of hiking trails that can be used for running and walking. The park is the home of 622 different plant and animal species.
Opened in 2001, the Charlestowne 18 Theatre offers theatergoers the opportunity to catch new movie releases on its screens. 3D movies are offered in three of its theaters and the facility has two birthday party rooms on site.
St. Charles' Creek Bend Nature Center displays ecology, wetland and wooded exhibits to teach the agricultural background of the area. Visitors are educated and entertained through hands-on demonstrations and interpretive displays.