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SAINT ELMO

Golf Courses

Saint Elmo Golf Club
1 Mile NW of Saint Elmo
9 holes over 3,220 yards with a par of 36.


Hotels/Motels

Waldorf Motel
618-829-5665

 
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SAN JOSE

U-Picks/Orchards

Herbal Country
2580 100th Avenue
Upick herbs, geraniums and edible flowers.
217-735-3263


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SAVOY

Golf Courses

University of Illinois Golf Course, Blue Course
800 Hartwell Dr.
18 holes over 6,579 yards with a par of 73.
www.uofigolf.com

University of Illinois Golf Course, Orange Course
800 Hartwell Dr.
18 holes over 6,817 yards with a par of 72.
www.uofigolf.com


Hotels/Motels

Best Western - Paradise Inn
217-356-1824 or 800-528-1234


Bed & Breakfasts

Senator's Inn & Pub
217-352-0002
www.senatorsinn.com


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SAYBROOK

Golf Courses

Indian Springs Golf Course
RR 2
9 holes over 3,180 yards with a par of 36.
www.golfatindiansprings.com


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SHELBYVILLE

Places of Interest

Shelby County Historical & Genealogical Society Center
151 S. Washington St.
Library for researchers has many artifacts on display. Built in 1892, the building was a former county jail.
217-774-2260 or 217-774-4082

Family Aquatic Center
9th St., Forest Park
Lap swimming lanes, water slide, frog slide, drop slide, rain drop, diving board, zero-depth entry, playground, food court, and bathhouse.
217-774-4343


Museums

Boarman's Chevy BelAir Museum
224 W. Main St.
Decorated in 50s sock-hop style. Houses ten cars as well as an Indy Pace Car, memorabilia, Chevy clocks, neon signs and a jukebox.
217-774-4919


Performing Arts

Boarman's Roxy Theater
145 W. Main St.
Pays homage to the glory days with vintage looking marquee, fabrics, and curtains. Seating for 200.
217-774-7699
www.boarmansroxytheatre.com


Historic Sites

Shelby County Courthouse
Main and Washington
Built in 1879, has historic paintings including Robert Root's depiction of Lincoln-Thornton debate.
217-774-4421

Tallman House
816 West Main St.
Built in 1905 by the inventor of the mechanical pickup hay baler. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
217-774-3991

Chautauqua Auditorium
655 E North 9th St.
This 1903 National Historic Landmark building houses Grecian statues designed by Robert Root and has hosted famous speakers such as Billy Sunday and Carrie Nation. Now hosts dances, entertainment and parties.
217-774-2244 or 800-874-3529


Garden/Nature Areas

Forest Park
9th Street
Features a family aquatic center, basketball court, softball and baseball diamonds, sunken garden, picnic shelter, Crystal lake, and more.
217-774-3113


Lakes/Rivers

Coon Creek Recreation Area
South of Findlay 4.5 miles.
There are 226 campsites, some located by the water. Also a hiking trail within the campground as well as a beach. Most sites are shaded, reservations are available at the following website. www.reserveusa.com. Located on Lake Shelbyville.
www.mvs.usace.army.mil/shelbyville

Lake
East
One of the most popular downstate destinations, this 11,000 acre lake has fantastic boating, fishing camping, golfing and picnicking opportunities.
www.lakeshelbyville.com

Lithia Springs Recreation Center
East of Shelbyville 7 miles.
There are 126 campsites all with electric hookups. Most sites are shaded, some are close to the water. A beach is located withing the campground. Reservations are available at www.reserveusa.com.
www.mvs.usace.army.mil/shelbyville

Lone Point Recreation Area
Southeast of Findlay 5.1 miles.
Campground offers 98 sites including 3 group camping areas. Most sites have electric hook ups and are shaded. Reservations available at www.reserveusa.com.
www.mvs.usace.army.mil/shelbyville

Opossum Creek Recreation
Northeast of Shelbyville 5 miles.
There are 79 shaded campsites, some with electricity, some tent sites are available and are located on the water. Reservations are available from www.reserveusa.com.
www.mvs.usace.army.mil/shelbyville


Golf Courses

Deer Trail Golf Club at Lake Shelbyville
1902 E. 1500 North Rd.
9 holes over 2,832 yards with a par of 35.


Agricultural Attractions

Jordan Creek Ranch
Cattle raised on the ranch in natural conditions on open pastures.
www.jordancreekranch.com
217-774-3202


Wineries

Willow Ridge Vineyards & Winery
RR2, Box 344
217-738-2323
www.willowridgewinery.com


Abraham Lincoln Sites

Shelby County Courthouse
301 E. Main St.
Built in 1879, has historic paintings including Robert Root’s depiction of the Lincoln-Thornton debate. 217-774-4421


Hotels/Motels

Coon Creek Lodge
217-756-3147

Gregory’s Resort Motel
217-774-4313

Lithia Resort
217-774-2882 or 866-774-2882

Shelby Historic House and Inn
217-774-3991 or 800-342-9978

Spillway Motel
217-774-9591 or 800-845-0414


Bed & Breakfasts

Country Charm Bed & Breakfast
800-600-5352
www.tandmcountrycharm.com

Hanschuh House
217-774-3144


Resorts/Rentals/Cabins

Gregory’s Resort
217-774-4313
www.gregorysresortmotel.com

Lakeside Cabin Rentals
217-774-2367
www.lakesidecabins.info

Lithia Resort
217-774-2882
www.lithiaresort.com

Our Old House
217-774-2419
www.ouroldhouse.net

Robin Hood Woods Resort
217-774-4222
www.robinhoodwoods.com

White Tail Crossing
217-774-3000
www.whitetailcrossingcabins.com


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SHIPMAN

Museums

Southwestern Farm & Home Museum
Rt. 116
A living memorial that offers an insight into rural and farming life. Exhibits include antique farm implements and a great number of household items.
618-836-5840

Southwestern Farm and Home Museum
Route 16 at Shipman Community Park
A living memorial that offers an insight into rural and farming life. Exhibits include antique farm implements and a great number of household items.
618-836-7792 or 618-836-5840


Agricultural Attractions

Southwestern Farm & Home Museum
Park Street & Rt. 16
Living memorial of rural and farming life. Antique farm implements and a great number of household items
618-729-3278 or 618-836-5924


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SHIRLEY

Places of Interest

Funks Prarie Home
10875 Prairie Home Lane
Restored 13-room residence of Illinois State Senator and cattleking of Illinois, Lafayette Funk. Authentic antiques and careful restoration make this a beautiful and educational tour. Decorated for the holidays and other special events. Groups welcome.
309-827-6792
800-433-8226


Museums

Funk Gem & Mineral Museum
10875 Prairie Home Lane
Located at the Funk Prairie Home, this is the largest single person display of rare gems, minerals, fossils and lapidary art in the state; a true hidden treasure! Also includes a history of agriculture exhibit and several antique sleighs & carriages.
309-827-6792 or 800-433-8226
www.visitbn.org


Garden/Nature Areas

Sugar Grove Nature Center
4532 N 725 East Road
Offers environmental education, programs, and special events. Observatory open for public and private astronomy viewing.
309-874-2174


Agricultural Attractions

Funk Gem & Mineral Museum
10875 Prairie Home Lane
Largest single person display of rare gems, minerals, fossils and lapidary art in the state. History of agriculture exhibit, antique sleighs & carriages.
309-827-6792

Funks Grove Pure Maple Sirup
5257 Old Route 66
Tours of pure maple sirup available Feb-Mar. No appt. necessary for individuals, groups up to 30 need to call for appt.
309-874-3360
www.funkspuremaplesirup.com


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SIDNEY

U-Picks/Orchards

Dodie Meyer
611 CR 2000E
Upick sweet and pie cherries.
217-688-2590


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SPRINGFIELD

Places of Interest

Cozy Dog Drive-In
2935 S. 6th St.
This traditional Route 66 diner is a part of the history of Springfield when inventor Ed Waldmire introduced the Cozy Dog’s famous hot dog on a stick at the Lake Springfield Beach House and at the Illinois State Fair in 1946.
217-525-1992

Knight's Action Park and Caribbean Water Adventure
1700 Recreation Dr. & Chatham Rd.
Two parks at one location - A dry park and water park in one.
217-546-8881
www.knightsactionpark.com

Adventure Village
Sangamon Ave. & Peoria Rd.
Adventure Village is located inside the Main Gate at the Illinois State Fairgrounds.You will find everything from ferris wheels to carousels and many thrill rides.
217-528-9207

City Water, Light and Power
109 N. Seventh St.
CWLP, Springfield's municipally owned utility, provides tours of its water purification plant and Dahlman power plant.
217-789-2360
www.springfield.il.us/visit

Dana-Thomas House State Historic Site
301 E. Lawrence Ave.
Frank Lloyd Wright designed Prairie Style House. Thirty-five room mansion with original art glass and furnishings.
217-782-6776

Jungle "O" Fun
3031 Koke Mill Rd.
Children's indoor playground with 21-foot, 3-story soft play system, slides, ball pits and air bounce. One price, unlimited play.
217-787-0707

Prairie Heart Institute
109 N. Seventh St.
The Prairie Heart Institute provides cardiovascular consultants and cardio surgeons offering comprehensive heart services.
217-789-2360
www.springfield.il.us/visit

World War II Illinois Veterans Memorial
Oak Ridge Cemetery
This memorial has as its focal point a glove of the world symbolizing the conflict that involved more than 200 nations. More than 70 stainless steel buttons on the globe signify the major battles and events of World War II.
217-782-2717

Henson Robinson Zoo
1100 East Lake Dr.
The Henson Robinson Zoo is home to over 300 animals and 90 species of native and exotic animals.
217-753-6217
www.hensonrobinsonzoo.org


Museums

Illinois Fire Museum
Building Number 7-Central Ave. & Main St. (Illinois State Fairgrounds)
The museum is home to one of the nations largest collections of firefighter patches.As well as antique fire service memorabilia, art works, equipment and sculptures.
217-524-8754

Illinois State Police Heritage Foundation Museum
3936 N. Peoria Rd.
Preserves Illinois State Police’s history which began in 1923. The museum showcases ISP’s proud heritage through educational exhibits of uniforms, badges, photographs, and more, and features its collection of vintage squad cars.
217-525-1922

Shea's Gas Station Museum
2075 Peoria Rd.
A favorite photo stop for Route 66 travelers from around the world. Shea's is charming and eclectic collection of over half a century of gas station memorabilia.
Shea's is closed during the Illinois State Fair.
217-522-0475

Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War Museum
503 S. Walnut St.
A complete set of the "War of the Rebellion: Official records of the Union and Confederate Armies". The set might aid in your search for a missing link in your family history. (Open Saturday and Sunday by appointment only.)
217-544-0616

Grand Army of The Republic Memorial Museum
629 S. 7th St.
A cornucopia of Civil War memorabilia, including "Tinytype" by Civil War photographer Matthew Brandy.It was donated to the National Woman's Relief Corps in tribute to the Union Veterans of the war between the states.
217-522-4373

Illinois State Museum
502 S. Spring St.
Permanent and changing exhibits on Illinois's land, life, people and art. Hands on children's discovery room. The museum store contains high quality crafts created by Illinois artisans.
217-782-7386
www.museum.state.il.us

Edwards Place
700 N. 4th
In 1913 Edwards Place was deeded to the Springfield Art Association which now extends into the adjoining complex housing and art gallery school of art and the Michael Victor II Art Library.
217-523-2631

Illinois State Museum Research and Collection Center
109 N. Seventh St.
The Illinois State Museum scientists conduct research and maintain collections in anthropology, botany, geology, zoology and art.
217-789-2360
www.visit-springfieldillinois.com

Historic Sites

Illinois State Military Museum
1301 N. MacArthur Blvd. (Camp Lincoln)
Preserving the heritage of the Illinois National Guard, the museum is committed to collecting, preserving, interpreting and exhibiting the military artifacts associated with the citizen-soldier of Illinois.
217-761-3910

Elijah Iles House
628 S. Seventh
Experience this historic Greek Revival-style house once owned by a founder of Springfield, Elijah Iles. The recently restored house has changing exhibits related to Springfield’s history.
217-492-5929

Springfield Trolley Tours
522 East Monroe
See Springfield’s historic sites about the Elijah Iles trolley.
217-528-4100

Lincoln-Herndon Law Offices State Historic Site
6th & Adams
The only remaining structure where Abraham Lincoln maintained working law offices. Lincoln and his final law partner, William Herndon, operated from the top floor of the 1840 building. The interior looks as it did in Lincoln's time.
217-785-7289

Vachel Lindsay Home
603 S. 5th St.
The 1879 birthplace of the native Springfield poet/artist, this house remained Lindsay's only home until his death there in 1931.
217-524-0901

Illinois Korean War Memorial
Oak Ridge Cemetery, 1441 Monument Ave.
Octagon granite walls provide the foundation for the names of 1,752 Illinois veterans killed in action.
217-782-2717

Old State Capitol State Historic Site
1 Old State Capitol Plaza
The Old State Capitol is a reconstruction of Illinois' fifth statehouse, the first to be located in Springfield. The building served as the seat of state government and a center of Illinois political life from 1839-1876.
217-785-7961

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum (Museum)
212 North 6th Street
A museum unlike any other-enabling visitors to experience the entire Lincoln story for themselves, under one roof-in a modern television control room on Election Night, 1860, the Blue Room of the White House; an Indiana log cabin; Ford's Theatre, etc.
217-558-8844
www.alplm.org

Lincoln Tomb State Historic Site
1500 Monument Ave.
The final resting place of President Lincoln, his wife and three of their four children. Constructed 1869-1874.
217-782-2717

Lincoln Pew
7th & Capitol
Abraham and Mary Lincoln maintained a family pew in their place of worship. You may quietly view it and the beautiful Tiffany windows in the First Presbyterian Church.
217-528-4311
www.first-pres-church.org

Lincoln Ledger
Bank One, 6th & Washington
Abraham Lincoln's original account ledger with the Springfield Marine and Fire Insurance Company is on display during banking hours.
217-525-9600

Lincoln Depot
10th & Monroe
The train depot where Abraham Lincoln gave his farewell speech as he departed for Washington, D.C.
217-544-8695

Lawerence Memorial Library
101 E. Laurel
The Lawerence Memorial Library is one of the 10 interiors designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
217-525-3039
www.springfield.k12.il.us/schools/lawrence/library

Illinois Vietnam Veterans Memorial
1441 Monument Ave.
This powerful granite monument and it's eternal flame pay tribute to the 2,981 Illinois residents who served in the Vietnam War and died or are still missing. Located at Oak Ridge Cemetery.
217-782-2717

Illinois State Capitol
2nd & Capitol
The center of state government which houses offices of Governor, Secretary of State, Comptroller and Treasurer as well as House of Rep and Senate Chambers. VIsitors can watch IL politics in action from balcony-level seating when legislature is in session.
217-782-2099

Illinois Executive Mansion
410 E. Jackson
Home of the Illinois Governor, the mansion is the third oldest, continuously occupied Governor's home in the nation. Seven US presidents including Lincoln have been received here. Three levels are open to the public including four formal parlors.
217-782-6450
Illinois Executive Mansion

Camp Butler National Cemetery
5063 Camp Butler Rd.
One of the 120 national cemeteries that served as a Civil War training camp as well as a POW camp for Confederate Soilders.
Call office to schedule a tour.
217-492-4970

Air Combat Museum
835 Capital Airport Dr.
This museum showcases the role of military aviation in protecting and advancing the cause of freedom.
217-544-6122
www.aircombatmuseum.org

Lincoln Home
426 S. 7th St.
The Quaker-Brown residence where the Abraham Lincoln family lived for seventeen years. The only home the Lincolns ever owned.
217-492-4241
www.nps.gov/liho


Garden/Nature Areas

Adams Wildlife Sanctuary - Springfield
2315 E. Clear Lake Ave.
A green oasis located in the center of town, the sanctuary is open for hiking or strolling. The one mile nature trail is open from sunrise to sunset.
217-544-5781
www.illinoisaudubon.org/MAINLINKS/LANDCONS/AWS.html

Washington Park Botanical Gardens
1740 W. Fayette
One of Central Illinois’ major horticultural attractions. A domed conservatory filled with lush tropical foliage year-round.
217-753-6228

Thomas Rees Memorial Carillon
Washington Park
Surrounded by gardens and a reflection pool, the magnificent bell tower in Washington Park is the third largest in the world, and one of the few that is actually open to the public.
217-753-6219
www.carillon-rees.org

Lincoln Memorial Garden & Nature Center
2301 E. Lake Dr.
Located on the shores of Lake Springfield and designed by landscape architect, Jens Jensen, five miles of wooded trails lead you on a journey through the Illinois landscape Lincoln walked.
217-529-1111
www.lincolnmemorialgarden.org/

Kicks Family Entertainment Center
2744 S. 6th St.
Happy Hallow with go-karts, NASCAR simulators, video/redemption games and more. Ultimate buffet.
217-753-2000

Lakes/Rivers

Lake Springfield Marina
7845 Old Route 66
Full service marina & boat dealership offering sales, service, boat and PWC rental. Slip rental w/ mechanic on duty 7 days per week in season.
www.lakespringfieldmarina.com


Golf Courses

Bergen Park Golf Course
2900 Clear Lake Ave.
Nine holes, Par 35. 2,657 yardage. 48.5 slope.

Boulder Creek Fun Park
2400 Hilton Head Dr.
Boulder Creek Fun Park is a golf course that also has a driving range.

Brookhill's Golf Club Inc.
5350 Old Jacksonville Rd.
9 holes, par 31. Driving range. Yardage men 2,073 yardage women 1,536. Slope for men 45. Slope for women 41.5.

Bunn Park Golf Course
2500 S. 11th St.
18 holes, par 72. Yardage men 6,109, women 5,355, slope 118.

Knight's Action Park
Chatham Rd. and Recreation Dr.
Knight's Action Park is a golf course and it also has a driving range. Fee varies.

Lincoln Greens Golf Club
700 E. Lake shore Dr.
18 holes, par 72. Driving range. Yardage: gold 6,813; blue 6,582; white 5,825; red 5,184. Slope: gold 119; blue 114; white 112, red 107.

Longbridge
1055 Camp Sangamo Rd.
9 holes, par 36. Yardage: 2,834-blue; 2,701-white; 2,216-red. Slope: men 54, women 51.

Pasfield Park Golf Course
1700 W. Lawrence Ave.
9-holes, par 34. Yardage 2,299. Slope 44.

Piper Glen Golf Club
7112 Piper Glen Dr.
18 holes, par 72. Driving range. Yardage: gold-6,985; blue-6,612; white -6,124; red-5,138. Slope: gold-133; blue 127; white 123, red 116.
www.piperglen.com

The Oaks Golf Course
851 Dave Stockton Drive
Beautiful 18-hole public golf course. Open year round. Hilly, scenic and wooded. Complete outing and tournament serves including banquet facilities. Fully stocked pro-shop.
www.theoaksgolfcourse.com

The Rail Golf Course
1400 S. Club House Dr.
Home of the LPGA State Farm Classic. 4-star rating by Golf District. Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Design.
www.railgolf.com


Trails

Lost Bridge Trail
IDOT- Dirksen Parkway to Rochester
Five-mile paved trail from Springfield's eastside to its sister community, Rochester.


Agricultural Attractions

Washington Park Botanical Garden
1740 W. Fayette Ave.
One of Illinois' major horticultural attractions.
217-753-6228 or 217-546-0257
www.springfieldparks.org


U-Picks/Orchards

Jefferies Orchard
1454 Jefferies Road
Asparagus, rhubarb, apples, berries, melons, peaches, and sweet corn. Cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, tomatoes, cucumbers, winter squash, pumpkins, u-pick strawberries. 217-487-7582

Sabattini's Garden Center
112 West Hochester Rd.
Upick raspberries and vegetables.
217-529-3620


Farmers Markets

Springfield Old Capitol Farmers’ Market
Adams Street between 3th and 5th
Celebrity Chef demonstrations one Saturday a month. Crafters on the third Saturday of each month. Musicians at the market once a month. St. John's Hospital provides recipes & health screenings.
217-544-1723


Abraham Lincoln Sites

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library (IL Historical Research Library & Lincoln Collection)
112 North 6th St.
The premier repository for materials relating to the history of Illinois.
800-610-2094

Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum
212 North 6th St.
Enabling visitors to experience the entire Lincoln story for themselves, under one roof—in a modern television control room on Election night, 1860; the Blue Room of the White House; an Indiana log cabin; Ford’s Theatre; and twin special effects theatres featuring multi-screen, state-of-the-art projection technology that uses twenty-first century advancements to immerse visitors in the nineteenth century.
800-610-2094
www.alplm.org

Lincoln Depot
999 East Monroe St.
Abraham Lincoln boarded the train to Washington D.C. before his inauguration as president. The Depot now has exhibits and a multimedia presentation.
217-544-8695 or 217-788-1356

Lincoln Family Pew
First Presbyterian Church, 321 S 7th St.
The pew Abraham Lincoln and his family occupied. Seven Tiffany Windows illuminate the sanctuary.
217-528-4311

Lincoln-Herndon Law Offices State Historic Site
1 Old State Capitol Plaza
This building, built in 1840, is the only surviving structure in which Abraham Lincoln maintained a law office.
217-785-7960

Lincoln Home National Historic Site
413 S. 8th St.
The only home Abraham Lincoln ever owned. It is now the center of a restored four block area, which includes a visitors center.
217-492-4241, ext.221

Lincoln Ledger
Chase Bank of Springfield, 1 E Old State Capitol Plaza
Abraham Lincoln banked here, and you can see the ledger with his account on display. 217-527-3860

Lincoln Memorial Garden and Nature Center
2301 East Lake Drive
A “living memorial” to Abraham Lincoln, composed of plants native to Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky. It is on the shores of Lake Springfield. Call for hours.
217-529-1111

Lincoln Tomb State Historic Site
Oak Ridge Cemetery, 1441 Monument Ave.
Abraham Lincoln, his wife Mary Todd and three of their four sons rest here. The statuary inside the tomb shows Lincoln at different periods in his career.
217-782-2717

Museum of Funeral Customs
1440 Monument Ave.
Museum Artifacts include a 10’ high model of Lincoln’s Tomb, scale model replicas of Lincoln’s funeral train car, an exact replica of Lincoln’s casket and more.
217-544-3480

Old State Capitol State Historic Site
1 Old State Capitol Plaza
Magnificently restored, with period furnishings of Abraham Lincoln’s last term in the Illinois House of Representatives.
217-785-7960


Hotels/Motels

America’s Best Inns
217-522-1100 or 800-BEST-INN

Baymont Inn & Suites
217-529-6655 or 877-Baymont

Best Western Clearlake Plaza
217-525-7420 or 800-528-1234

Carpenter Street Hotel
217-789-9100 or 888-779-9100

Comfort Inn
217-787-2250 or 800-228-5150

Comfort Suites
217-753-4000 or 800-424-6423

Courtyard By Marriott
217-793-5300 or 800-321-2211

Crowne Plaza Hotel
217-529-7777 or 800-589-2769

Days Inn
217-529-0171 or 800-329-7466

Drury Inn & Suites
217-529-3900 or 800-378-7946

Fairfield Inn
217-793-9277 or 800-228-2800

Hampton Inn
217-529-1100 or 800-HAMPTON

Hampton Inn & Suites
217-793-7670 or 800-HAMPTON

Hilton Garden Inn
217-529-7171 or 800-HILTONS

Hilton Springfield
217-789-1530 or 800-HILTONS

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites
217-529-7771 or 800-HOLIDAY

Howard Johnson Inn & Suites
217-541-8762 or 800-446-4656

Mansion View Inn & Suites
217-544-7411 or 800-252-1083

Microtel Inn & Suites
217-753-2636 or 888-771-7171

Motel 6
217-529-1633 or 800-466-8356

Northfield Inn, Suites & Conference Center
217-523-7900 or 866-577-7900

Pear Tree Inn
217-529-9100 or 800-378-7946

President Abraham Lincoln Hotel & Conference Center
217-544-8800 or 866-788-1860

Ramada Limited - North
217-523-4000 or 800-2-RAMADA

Ramada Limited - South
217-529-1410 or 800-2-RAMADA

Red Roof Inn
217-753-4302 or 800-RED-ROOF

Route 66 Hotel
217-529-6626 or 888-707-8366

Signature Inn & Conference Center
217-529-6611 or 800-822-5252

Sleep Inn
217-787-6200 or 800-221-2222

The Statehouse Inn- A Clarion
Collection Hotel
217-528-5100

Staybridge Suites South
217-793-6700 or 800-238-8000

Stevenson Inn
217-585-4002 or 888-993-REST

Super 8 Lodge East
217-528-8889 or 800-800-8000

Super 8 Lodge South
217-529-8898 or 800-800-8000

Travelodge
217-529-5511 or 800-578-7878


Bed & Breakfasts

The Inn at 835
217-523-4466
888-217-4835
www.innat835.com

Pasfield House Inn
217-525-3663
www.pasfieldhouse.com

The Rippon-Kinsella House
217-241-3367
www.ripponkinsella.com

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STAUNTON


Places of Interest

Dream Catcher Ranch and Kennel Petting Zoo
880 Veteran's Memorial Dr.
Specializing in small animals kids can touch and play with. Tours at the farm are welcome. Train and mini-zoo available for parties, schools, company picnic, and nursing homes.
618-637-2910


Performing Arts

Crystal Ballroom
I-55 Exit 41
For your listening and or ballroom dancing pleasure, we are host to many international big band orchestras. 3500 square foot dance floor with a beautiful Italian chandelier constructed of 2200 crystal pieces.
618-635-3506


Historic Sites

Henry's Ra66it Ranch
1107 Historic Rt. 66
A Quirky must see Route 66 attraction, information center and souvenir gift shop. Rabbits of all kinds, bunny and VW type, hopping the grounds.
618-635-5655
www.henrysroute66.com

Route 66 Information Center
1107 Historic Rt. 66
Historic Route 66 Information Center - free service, pamphlets pertaining to Rt. 66 for all states and highways.
618-635-5655
www.henrysroute66.com


Golf Courses

Staunton Country Club
3283 S. Country Club Ln.
A well established, hilly, 9-hole, semi-private course with many mature oaks, small greens, and one water hole. We are considered one of the toughest 9-hole courses in the area. We have a swimming pool, tennis court, and a snack bar.

Timber Lakes Golf Course
3120 Forest Lake Ln.
18 holes, par 72, 4938-6962 yds.


Hotels/Motels

Super 8 Motel
618-635-5353 or 800-800-8000


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STEWARDSON

Wineries

Vahling Vineyards
RR1, Box 51
217-682-5409
www.vahlingvineyards.com


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STONINGTON

Museums

Paublo Agricultural Museum
2160 N 2000 E. Rd.
The objective of this museum is to preserve and promote agriculture from the past to the present. To accomplish this, the museum building houses, antique trailers, threshing machines, horse-drawn equipment, and other exhibits are connected to farm life.
217-824-3829


Agricultural Attractions

Paublo Agricultural Museum
2160 N 2000 Rd.
Preserve and promote agriculture from the past to the present. The building houses antique trailers, threshing machines, & horse-drawn equipment.
217-824-3829


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STRASBURG

State Parks

Hidden Springs State Forest
RR 1, Box 200
Hidden Springs offers camping, picnicking, hunting, and hiking opportunities to visitors. A forest improvement demonstration area shows the types of trees that would be removed in managed woodlands.


Resorts/Rentals/Cabins

The Timbers Lodge
217-644-3131


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STREATOR

Muesems

Streatorland Historical Society Museum
306 South Vermilion Street
Museum featuring area memorabilia about Streator and Streatorland natives.
815-672-2443


Performing Arts

Eagle Lane Theater
Eagle Ln. & Columbus
Provides top quality, live drama and musical entertainment during its six show season. Established in 1957, this sprawling complex, devoted exclusively to theater, sits amid beautiful gardens on the southwest edge of town.
815-672-3584


Historic Sites

Weber House
1503 N. Baker St.
A storybook home built by Ernest and Zelma Weber in 1937 that has received visits from presidents, movie stars, and authors. Among the many highlights, the Weber House sits on a spacious English-style garden filled with meandering paths, foxglove, hollylocks, perennials, a whimsical water fountain and water hyacinths.
815-672-8327


Garden/Nature Areas

Veteran's Plaza, City Park
Hickory & Vermilion Streets
Monuments and plaques honoring servicemen in WWI, WWII, Korean War and Vietnam Conflict.


Golf Courses

Anderson Field Golf Course
1901 N. Bloomington St.
9 holes over 2,682 yards with a par of 70.


Trails

Hopalong Cassidy River Trail
Rt. 18
Winds along the banks of the Vermillion River, passing Cassidy creator Clarence Mulford’s boyhood home. Our convenient downtown canoe landing provides a great launch site for expert novice adventurers.


Pumpkin Patches

Eric's Pumpkin Patch
2097 N 15th Road
Pumpkins, squash, gourds, Indian & broom corn, mums & ornamental plants. Poinsettias, straw bails, painted pumpkins, fall decorations.
815-257-9111 or 815-672-9111


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SULLIVAN

Museums

Wards Museum
1 Masonic Way
Visit the beautiful grounds and see a collection of over 10,000 specimens of sea shells, primitive furniture and antique glassware.
217-728-4394
888-375-8323


Performing Arts

The Little Theatre On The Square
12 East Harrison St
Professional theater with Broadway musicals and plays ongoing from June through August and occasionally throughout the year.
217-728-2065 or 888-261-9675
www.thelittletheatre.org


Historic Sites

Moultrie County Courthouse
Center of town square
Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1995. Many murals depicting industry, many documents on display.
217-728-4622


Garden/Nature Areas

North Entrance To Lake Shelby
Rt. 4, Box 128B
15-mi. long lake with 250 mi. of shoreline. Camping, fishing, boating, marinas, & more.
217-774-3951


Lakes/Rivers

Lake Shelbyville - Bo Wood Recreation Area
South US Route 32
Most of the campsites in this 82 site campground are shaded. Located on Lake Shelbyville, beach nearby. Reservations are available at the following website. www.reserveusa.com.
www.mvs.usace.army.mil/shelbyville

Sullivan Marina
RR 2, Box 35
Located on a serene wooded hilltop, gently slopes into a full-service marina and restaurant situaded on Lake Shelbyville.
www.sullivanmarina.com

Whitley Creek Recreation Area
South of Sullivan 8 miles.
This campground has 81 campsites, most of which are shaded. 877-444-6777


Golf Courses

Timberlake Golf Club
RR 3, Box 187
9 holes, par 35, 2447-3065 yds, campground on premises along with golfing and camping packages.


U-Picks/Orchards

Buxton's Garden Farms
RR 3, Box 95 H
Herbs, perennials, annuals.
217-728-7993

Okaw Valley Orchard
RR2
Retail apples, peaches, cider, jams, jellies and apple butter. Come check out our store and bakery. Playground, picnic area. Group tours available. Restrooms.
Seasonal July- Nov.
M-S: 9am-5pm, Su:1pm-5pm.
217-787-8269
www.okawvalleyorchard.com


Hotels/Motels

Gateway Inn Sullivan
217-728-4314

Harrison Street Inn
217-728-4550


Beds & Breakfasts

Okaw Valley Orchard Inn
217-728-4093
www.okawvalleyorchardinn.com


Resorts/Rentals/Cabins

Coyote Cabins
217-728-7150

Sullivan Marina
217-728-7338


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