- TripBuzz found 763 things to do with kids in or near Elmhurst, Illinois, including 746 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Chicago, Skokie, Glenview and Oak Park.
- From The HUB at Berens Park to Chicago Archery Academy, the Elmhurst area offers 107 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Bike Paths, Family Fun Center and Playgrounds.
- Shared between DuPage and Cook counties in Illinois, the city of Elmhurst is home to over 40,000 people. A suburb of Chicago, this populous city is just south of Salt Creek. The 10 square mile sector is known for its historic affiliation with the Potawatomi Native Americans, the original settlers of the area.
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There's something for everyone at The HUB at Berens Park, including four batting cages, an 18-hole miniature golf course, a water play area and playground equipment. Also available are five lighted ball diamonds and two football/soccer fields.
Chicago Archery Academy offers archery equipment and training for children ages 8 and up and adults. They offer one hour classes and six week programs, and they have open range hours and can host archery tag events.
Having undergone massive renovations in 2002, Berens Park Playground has a wide range of fun family activities. The park features a toy racecar and airplane, sandbox, elevated platforms, permanent chess/checkerboard, and stationary musical instruments like drums.
An entertainment center, Sky Zone Elmhurst features trampoline-related activities including open jumping, dodgeball, slam dunk basketball, a foam pit and fitness classes. The center also offers private party hosting and a snack bar with food and drinks.
Located along Salt Creek, Eldridge Park is situated on 42.79 acres and features facilities for basketball, tennis, baseball, soccer and roller hockey. The park offers an ice skating rink, a sledding hill and a children's playground.
Get some fresh air and exercise with a hike along Salt Creek Greenway Trail. The trails stretches about 27 miles from Brookfield Zoo to Busse Woods Forest Preserve. Some of the trail is paved, and some are an on-road route.
With a playground covering multiple areas, Butterfield Park offers visitors swings, climbing structures, walking paths, and more. The park has several picnic areas with back to back picnic tables and covered pavilions.