1785 South Eastwood Drive
Woodstock, IL 60098
Phone: (815) 334-9600
Fax: (815) 334-9614
This amusement center offers hours of fun for the entire family. It features an outdoor mini golf course, go-karts, batting cages for baseball and softball, and and arcade. Golf and Games is open from 10:00AM until 11:00PM in the summer, while it has seasonal hours, March thru October.
Built in the
Designed in Italianate style by a pioneer architect of Chicago, John M. Van Osdel, the Old Courthouse was established in 1857. It served as a Government building till 1973, after which it was enlisted as a National Historical Place. Today the building is home to an art gallery, a pottery store and Chester Gould-Dick Tracy Museum. Apart from these, two restaurants are also located at this site.
This unusual house was built according to the owners belief in Spiritualism. Built in 1836, the George Stickney House was the abode of George and his wife Sylvia Stickney who were known for their seances and occult practices. It has been a ghost hunter's haunt for a long time with all its history and reports from previous owners. The two story structure has been used as the village hall and is the headquarters of the Bull Valley Police Department. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
One of the several parks in Lake in the Hills, the Sunset Park is an ideal place to take the entire family for a entertaining outing. Formerly known as the Concord Miller Park, this park comes equipped with facilities that ensure everyone finds something they want to do. There are tennis courts, a playground, baseball fields, basketball courts, a skate park, food stalls, as well as picnic pavilions. The park is also the venue for events like the Rockin’ Rib festival and the Summer Sunset Festival. See the website to know more.
The nations first snowboard slopes.
Drop in Painting - create your own work-of-art, offering a kids pottery club and specializing in kids birthday parties.
A turn of the century experience aboard a beautifully appointed paddleboat.
The Memorial Hall is located at Richmond, Illinois. This historic building was constructed in 1907 with a US$ 10,000 bequest from Charles Dewitt McConnell and was a focal point for community government and recreation. The building was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on August 19, 1993.
Come and play at Bounces R Us, an indoor inflatable party and play center for all ages. A variety of different types of moonwalks are featured, including a 40
Great fun and entertainment for people of all ages can be found at the World's Largest Cornfield Maze. The maze is designed in four sections. While some attempt to "solve" all four mazes, your group may do as much, or as little as you like, and still enjoy the fun and challenge of finding the checkpoints. Snacks and drink are available, as well as evening campfires, a Kids Soybean Maze, beautiful wooded picnic area, giant 50 foot slide, complimentary wagon ride to the five acre maze on weekends, group wagon rides, and pumpkins and mums, in season. Check the Schedule of Events for special events.
With a variety of over 50,000 trees, its easy to choose and harvest your own Christmas Tree. Richardson's will even provide the handsaw, and then shake and bale your tree. There is a large heated sales barn and indoor restrooms. Complimentary hot chocolate, or coffee is offered everyday, while on weekends you can also enjoy freshly made donuts, concessions and a complimentary wagon ride out to trees. Fresh, handmade decorated wreaths and garlands are also available.