Here's the list of the 14 best amusement parks at Chicago's Pirates' Cove Children's Theme Park. Urban Air trampoline and adventure park. This is the largest and most adventurous amusement park for families in the Chicago area. It has 45 attractions and attractions, including 17 thrilling roller coasters.
Adults remember the classics (American Eagle appeared in the opening credits of Step by Step) and there are also newer coasters like Maxx Force or The Joker. Several water attractions, such as Logger's Run, relieve the heat on hot summer days, while attractions such as spinning tea cups, miniature planes, bumper cars, and a carousel are fun for people under 42 inches. Mid-road games and traditional fairground foods, such as funnel-shaped pastries, turkey thighs, pizza, cotton candy, and Dippin' Dots round out a fun day. Some parts of the park have live shows.
The abundance of go-karts makes this southwestern suburban theme park worth visiting. There is a go-kart track for children over 54 inches and a track for young people from 42 to 53 inches. Miner Mike's Coaster is also a good first exciting travel experience for children three years and older. Laser tag, mini golf, a game room, and crazy taxis round out the fun.
When an appetite works up, families can eat pizza, hamburgers, sandwiches, wraps, or salads at Charmin' Charley's. Outdoor attractions are open daily, weather permitting. This 62,000-square-foot indoor amusement center attracts children under 10 on rainy summer days (or when it's too hot to sunbathe at an outdoor amusement center). Kids can enjoy Merry Go Round, Monkey Jump, Tilt-a-Whirl, Tiger Terror or Snake Pit cars.
The Maxflight simulator and the bowling alley attract older children, while the younger ones like the Lion's Den soft play area. The Atlantis restaurant offers pizza, pasta, hamburgers and parmesan chicken for the hungriest children after a day of play. You are reading The 10 best amusement parks near Chicago today Back to top For a fun day out, you can take the whole family to enjoy the varied attractions at Grady's Family Fun Park (children must be over 3 years old to travel). Activities on offer include go-karts, bumpers and cars, NASCAR-themed bumpers, and around 10 attractions suitable for younger children.
There are also several thrilling action attractions for older children and adults, including the Roundup, Paratrooper, Tornado, and Spider attractions. Grady's became famous for its pizza in the 1950s. Today, you can still enjoy the same famous pizza at the park's restaurant, along with other delicious food options. More places to visit in Illinois The Little Amerricka Amusement Park is a fun and unique destination where you can ride a wonderful collection of restored antique attractions from yesteryear.
At the heart of the park is its wonderful wooden roller coaster from the 1950s, which should bring many memories to older visitors. The park is mainly aimed at younger children, but teens and adults will also find fun activities to keep them busy, such as the Whiskey River Train and the Tobaggon roller coaster, one of three remaining roller coasters of this type in the world. There's also mini golf, bumper boats, bumper cars, and a picturesque monorail ride through the park. More things to do in Illinois A rich breakfast is served every morning in the comfort of the suites.
Each suite has its 12-cup coffee maker, which can be enjoyed with breakfast, which includes fresh fruit and juices, baked goods, toast and preserves, and hot dishes. You're reading The 10 Best Amusement Parks Near Chicago Back to top Located in the historic center of Algonquin, 45 miles northwest of Chicago, the Victorian Rose Garden Bed and Breakfast offers a relaxing country getaway. Located just a short walk from several great restaurants, cafes, boutiques, shops, and other attractions, such as the Fox River, the charming Victorian inn from 1886 offers comfortable home-away-from-home rooms, home cooking, beautiful Victorian gardens, and captivating hospitality. Special events held at the Victorian Rose Garden Bed and Breakfast include tea time for children, which can be scheduled anytime, except Sundays, and manners classes for children between 6 and 11 years old, which include instructions on presentations, table manners, and social etiquette.
If your family is looking for more thrills and outdoor rides, try going through the trees at one of Chicago's aerial adventure parks or taking a ride along the Chicago River in a motor boat or rowing boat. When summer comes around in Illinois, visions of rooftop bars, Lollapalooza, and Millennium Park usually dominate fantasies, but then you remember that there's an Illinois beyond Chicago. .