Surrounded by stately oaks, the Winery offers estate handcrafted wine in a serene country atmosphere. From the balcony, watch the grapes grow and wine being bottled.
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 lake and certain lands are open to the public for recreational activities, fishing, boating, picnicking and hunting. A large variety of fish, birds and wildlife can be found.
Indian Springs Golf Course is an 18-hole championship course located in Fillmore, Illinois on Route 185. Nestled in beautifully landscaped terrain. Indian Springs is conveniently located 45 minutes east of the St. Louis metro area and 40 minutes south of Springfield. We are located just 6 minutes off interstate 70 from the Mulberry Grove exit.
Winery in a beautiful setting with delicious food, features fresh brick oven pizzas and Family Vine’s own specialty wines. Open Thurs. – Sat. 11 a.m. – 9 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
A one of a kind family owned business. Linda McDowell has owned and operated Canton Inn Inc for almost twenty years with the help of her family. Her son Randy is the head chef and her daughter is the head server as well as dining room manager. The menu includes steaks, seafood, pasta and chicken entrees. A wide variety of appetizers and desserts.
Both lakes offer boating, skiing, canoeing, camping, and fishing. Both are stocked with blue gill, crappie, large-mouth bass, and tiger muskie. Glenn Shoals Lake has a full-service marina, including a restaurant.
Sage on Sage is a new and unique store. The owner, Timothy England, has received a western herbalist certification from the midwest school of herbal studies. The store features a growing selection of supplements and herbs, natural body care products, teas and tea accessories, essential oils, and other gifts and handmade items. We are currently growing and inventory is likely to be changing frequently.
This pioneer village was less than a dozen years old when Solomon Harkey built his two-story Federal style home in 1834. A plain house by today’s standards, it must have seemed a mansion at a time when even the courthouse was a simple log structure.
Delicious food and great service is what can be found at Tilly’s. Enjoy a side of beautiful views and build memories with your family.
We also have banquet and meeting rooms and we take reservations.
Located in the former Irving National Bank building, the Museum showcases the history of this small village in Montgomery County.
Bremer Sanctuary, just north of Hillsboro, is the home of Hickory Hills Chapter of the Illinois Audubon Society.
Not only is it a protected area and home for scores of birds and animals in central Montgomery County, Illinois, it is also an education center and a showplace for natural areas restoration. Spring and fall are especially active times for outdoor classroom education programs for county schools. But a hard working group of volunteers is involved almost every week throughout the year working to maintain the facility and in woodland and prairie restoration activities. (Plus, they welcome you to join them!)
H.J. Long Gymnasium, a 2,000 seat venue, houses varsity volleyball and basketball and the Crum Recreation Center has a terrific gym setup for basketball, tennis or volleyball.
The museum features hundreds of sculptural pieces by Richard Bock, best known for his work with architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Hours for the museum are Monday-Friday by appointment only. To make an appointment, please call 618-664-6724
Many local and national performances are hosted here throughout the year.
The 19th-century courthouse has a great view of the town’s hundreds of crab apple, red bud, and cherry trees in season. It is the centerpiece of the Square which is lined with shops, a theatre and restaurants.
The Theatre is housed in what was originally the Greenville Steam Laundry, the Hygienic Ice Company, the Hygienic Dairy and the Ice Cream Company. Today, plays are performed for almost 3,000 patrons each year with a season of up to six plays. Now the sewing machines in the costume shop create colorful dresses, hats and capes rather than work gloves.