Are your kids already planning their routes for Halloween night? Here’s a list of official or suggested trick-or-treat hours for Halloween 2017 in the far western suburbs of Chicago.
The new playground at Prairie Path Park in Batavia features a very popular gravity rail along with lots of slides and unique climbing features. It is located near Rotolo Middle School.
It would be hard to find an area park that offers more than Pottawatomie Park in St. Charles: Two playgrounds, an outdoor pool, a miniature golf course, native plant garden, paddlewheel riverboat cruises and so much more!
Water Wonders, located along the Fox River in North Aurora, is a spot where children can splash, wade and climb while learning about water conservation and the native landscape of Illinois.
Fairview Park is located just east of Randall Road in St. Charles, and it makes for a great stop to let your kids play for a bit while you’re running errands in the Randall Road corridor.
If you’re looking to cool off your kids, but don’t want the commitment or expense of a public pool, here’s a guide to splash parks, spraygrounds and splash pads in Chicago’s suburbs. Many of them are free!
The consolidated election coming up on April 4 will feature races for city councils, school districts, park districts and library boards, the results of which could truly impact west suburban families.
If you’re looking for bargains on clothes and toys for kids, you’ll love the Go West Resale Guide to Spring 2017 resale events in Chicago’s western suburbs.
Is your family ready for Halloween? Here’s a list of official or suggested trick-or-treat hours for Halloween 2016 in the far western suburbs of Chicago.
If your family would like to spend a day this summer exploring a new suburb, St. Charles offers two great parks along the Fox River, unique community events, two nature centers with free admission and more.