Spring is here, summer is around the corner, and the 2017 Go West Summer Camp Guide is here to help you help your kids make the most of their summer break!
If your kids love big trucks, then grab your calendar and take a look at the Go West 2016 Guide to Touch-a-Truck events in Chicago’s suburbs!
Don’t put the swimsuits away just yet! Even with schools back in session, there are a number of public pools in Chicago’s suburbs open through Labor Day.
Village Green Park, located in downtown Plainfield within walking distance of restaurants and shops, features a playground, a play train, a picnic shelter and best of all during the dog days of summer, a small, free splash pad!
If your family would like to check out a new miniature golf course this summer, here’s a list of multiple options!
The Go West Guide to 31 Days of August Summer Fun in Chicago’s Far Western Suburbs features details on community festivals, touch-a-truck events, baseball games, musical concerts, heritage farms and more!
A number of suburbs are hosting events for National Night Out on Tuesday, Aug. 2. Here are all the details on neighborhood parties, free pool admission, community-building events and more.
Three Oaks Recreation Area in Crystal Lake was once a gravel mine, but now it features a gorgeous beach, playground and splash pad, hiking trails, boat rentals and more.
Visiting a park for a picnic is one of the simple pleasures of summer. But shade and bathrooms are key. So Go West readers recommend these parks that offer both!
Summer is lots of fun, but it can also be expensive. Here are 44 ideas for how to enjoy family time with your kids for free or nearly free in Chicago’s far western suburbs before summer is over.