A (sweet) guide to maple syrup and maple sugaring events in Chicago’s far western suburbs.
Looking to hit the rink and burn off some energy by skating outdoors this winter? This guide has you covered!
Here’s the 2016 Go West Guide to Great Christmas Light Displays in Chicago’s Western Suburbs, brought to you by Arrowhead Restaurant & Bar in Wheaton, where kids eat free every Wednesday.
Here are five great places to view fall foliage in Chicago’s western suburbs. Do you have any to add to the list?
If you think there is nothing to do at the Indiana Dunes outside the summer swimming season, you’d be wrong. My family visited on a warm September weekend, and we had a great time not only at the dunes overlooking Lake Michigan but we also found plenty to do away from the beach.
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.
If your family would like to check out a new miniature golf course this summer, here’s a list of multiple options!
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!
The Passport to Adventure program, sponsored by the Kane-DuPage Regional Museum Alliance, is a fun way to check out lots of new museums, nature centers, historical sites and more this summer.
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!