383 Lynch Dr.
Danville, IL 61834
Phone: (217) 443-8004
Fax: (217) 443-8004
Paddle through Turkey Run and Shades State Parks and under 4 Historic Covered Bridges. Stop along the many sandbars and hunt for rocks, fossils and Indian Beads. Paddle down the stream the Piankeshaw Indians called Pun-go-se-co-ne or "Water of many Sugar Trees." Their trips range from one hour floats to overnight adventures.
Canoe, kayak, and tube down scenic Sugar Creek.
The State Farm Center, formerly called Assembly Hall, is a multipurpose entertainment facility that hosts tuck rallies, Broadway shows, Home & Garden Shows, and children’s events. The facility’s glowing white dome roars with the cheers of nearly 16,000 people when full.
Orpheum Children's Science Museum is housed in the historic Orpheum theater. The exhibits and programs at the science museum are curriculum based such that the child learns through observation. Various models, charts, diagrams encourage the scientific abilities in the child, developing in them, an interest for the subject and an aptitude to pursue it further. While other museums preserve ancient artifacts, this museum preserves the historical monument of Orpheum theater along with building new scientists that will help in the development of the society.
Lafayette's premier aquatic facility with features including a 299 foot tube slide, a 640-foot river for tubing and floating, and 168,000 gallons of crystal clear water in the Frog Pond.
Recreation programs for children and adults are available at this center that features a gymnasium, basketball court, soccer and ball fields, children's playground, game room, and a weight and fitness room.
This swimming pool has a beach like entrance, features a water slide and water basketball areas.
This public 18 hole golf course features rolling terrain, mature woods, and creeks, as well as a pro shop on site. Professional lessons are available.
Collett Park was founded in 1883 on lands donated by philanthropist Josephus Collett. The locality surrounding the park is called the Collett Park Neighborhood Historic District.