The McKendree MetroRecPlex is a new, full-service, state-of-the-art sports complex. The complex offers two NHL-sized ice rinks, an aquatic center fit with a 10 lane championship swimming pool, a contemporary fitness area and many other amenities. Memberships and daily passes can be purchased for use of the facility and all its features.
Located the corner of Scott Troy Rd and Hwy 50, our address is 205 Rec Plex Drive, O’Fallon, IL 62269.
CARD is a recreation district featuring six parks, Arlington Greens Golf Course, Splash City Water Park, The Jaycee Sports Complex, and Willoughby Heritage Farm.
The high quality natural habitats of White Rock hosts a wealth of flora and fauna. The Preserve contains a 2-mile non-looping trail system through dense and healthy woodlands.
This restored 1884 hotel and saloon offers six charming guest rooms including whirlpool and loft suites, country and Victorian rooms and a summer kitchen guest cottage.
Anchored by Col. Edd Kueker’s extensive collection of Western memorabilia including a stagecoach, wagons, bridles, saddles and so much more. The collection also features antiques and historical artifacts donated by county residents.
Originally the home of Captain James Moore, located along the Kaskaskia Trail, this was the first American settlement in the State of Illinois. Visit the birthplace of Enoch Moore, the James Moore Cemetery, Bellefontaine Spring. Saturday and Sunday 1-5 p.m. or by appointment.
Inside the intimate atmosphere of a renovated 1850s home, this 7bbl Brew Pub offers its award-winning English and Northwest coast-style ales, along with wines, other bar beverages and soft drinks from Illinois’ makers. Food and outdoor seating are available, but there are no video games or TVs in this peaceful setting.
The City of Columbia has renovated historic Shoemaker School into a mulch-faceted facility that includes the Monroe County Welcome Center, the One Room School Commemorative Plaza and the Shoemaker School Museum, which partially recreates the building’s use in the mid-19th century. Wed.-Sat. 9a.m. – 4 p.m., Sun. 12:30p.m. – 4p.m.