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  • Skydive Chicago Airport
    Skydive Chicago Airport cafe is a hidden gem that locals favor. Low-fat fare is not available here, so leave some room in your diet. Parking has never been easier at Skydive Chicago Airport, a restaurant located near a variety of parking selections. Skydive Chicago Airport's fare is so good, you'll want to sample everything on the menu (and with its middle-of-the-road prices, you can!).
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    3215 E 1969th Rd
    Ottawa, IL US
  • Raging Waves Waterpark
    At Raging Waves Waterpark, Illinois' largest water park, certified lifeguards keep a vigilant watch over visitors as they traverse a park filled with 19 water slides and other aquatic attractions, but surveillance isn?t their only job. They secure up to four passengers in tubes before they zoom down a giant family slide and instruct riders on how to position their arms during their plunge down a winding speed slide with a near-vertical drop. Though adrenaline is the Raging Waves' main focus, it also houses slower-paced attractions for the entire family such as a wave swimming pool, a quarter-mile lazy river, and two separate children's play areas.
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    4000 N Bridge St.
    Yorkville, IL US
  • Joliet Park District
    The Joliet Park District sprawls across more than 1,000 acres, engaging visitors with everything from sports to nature. Guests can wander through the foliaged paths of the Pilcher Park Nature Center and the organic community garden, or treat their senses to the floral colors and aromas that fill the bird-haven greenhouse. The 10,000-seat Joliet Memorial Stadium hosts high-school and college sporting events, while a dozen athletic fields fill with recreational players hitting baseballs, catching softballs, and spiking soccer balls when the referee isn't looking. During the summer, inner tubes transport patrons down Joliet Splash Station's high-speed water slides and 865-foot lazy river, and the glittery strands of Fourth of July fireworks color the skies above the stadium.
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    621 Gougar Road
    Joliet, IL US
  • Chicago Racket and Fitness
    Chicago Racquet & Fitness Club boasts a team of trainers dedicated to a wide range of group fitness regimens. Staffers helps members refine their racquetball game on one of three state-of-the-art glass-back courts, or lead classes in everything from yoga and Zumba to cycling and suspension training. Members can work out independently using the various fitness equipment or swimming pool. Locker rooms and a sauna are available for visitors' convenience, as is a children's play area that keeps members' youngsters occupied with toys and picture books about the importance of maintaining toned biceps.
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    2701 Black Road
    Joliet, IL US
  • Plainfield Park District
    As the Plainfield community has grown, so has its park district. Although the district was established in 1966, a population boom in the early '90s led to more diversified facilities, each one with different features. The Ottawa Street Pool, for example, invites visitors to bask in 200,000 gallons of crystal-blue water with diving boards and lap lanes, while the Normantown Trails Equestrian Center offers horseback-riding lessons and neighing tutorials in an indoor arena.
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    12151 S. Normantown Rd
    Plainfield, IL US
  • Bear Paddle Swim School
    As soon as you walk in, you can tell Bear Paddle Swim School was designed to welcome children. The walls are painted with cartoon bears dressed in flippers and swim trunks, and the club interior's splashes of neon blue and green evoke a technicolor ocean. Then, of course, there's the indoor, saltwater pool, perhaps the most welcoming fixture of all. A pleasant 90 degrees year-round, it ensconces children in warmth as they improve their swim skills in the school's small classes. Available at eight levels, lessons accommodate a wide range of ages and abilities, covering skills from paddling and floating through competitive breaststroke and gold medal-wearing. Most importantly, each lesson is taught by a trained teacher who is CPR-certified and 18 years of age or older. Teachers employ story based lessons and use small class sizes to help keep youngsters engaged. And while children are encouraged to learn at their own individual pace, skill patch rewards are given to honor swimming achievements, so that children stay motivated to learn.
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    4308 E New York St.
    Aurora, IL US

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