- The list below includes 709 free or cheap things to do in or near Bloomingdale, Illinois, including 109 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Specialty Museums, Parks and Hiking Trails.
- From Spring Creek Reservoir - Forest Preserve Dist of DuPage County to Bloomingdale Park District, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Bloomingdale and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chicago, Skokie, Oak Park and Evanston.
Carol Stream Park District is an aggregation of recreational centers and activities. Its sports parks include basketball courts, baseball fields, volleyball courts, and a mini-golf course. The parks also features a variety of dog training activities and classes.
Featuring outdoor exercise equipment, Fountain Square Park offers visitors a multiple structure playground with slides, spring animals, and more. The park has a sensory garden, with a variety of flowers planted to engage sight, touch, and smell.
The center of Carol Stream's recreational facilities, Simkus Recreational Center features a fully equipped gymnasium, and is also home to Coral Cover Water Park. Visitors can sign up for all the town's classes and programs at the center.
The Center Ice of Dupage is an ice skating rink that supports activities such as hockey, figure skating, and synchronized skating. The facility has a skating academy and gives lessons to children as well as adults.
The DuPage Training Academy is a full-featured training center for boys and girls interested in developing skills to play softball and baseball. In addition to these summer sports, the academy also offers winter coaching in basketball as well.
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The Linne Woods Forest Preserve is a nature preserve commonly visited by nature lovers. Visitors to the preserve enjoy biking through the paved trails, hiking, or spending time relaxing in the peaceful atmosphere.
The Centre Court Athletic Club is a community recreational facility offering a number of facilities for its visitors to use. Visitors commonly enjoy playing tennis, working out in the gym, or spending time in the sauna.
Featuring a 7,000 square foot fitness center, Ackerman Park was originally known as North Park until 1973. The park connects to the Great Western Trail and has baseball and soccer fields, a volleyball court and a playground.