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.
All of our coffee is Micro Roasted in house and we only deal in Fair Trade/ Organic Coffee.Nudge coffee is all about community. Whether it’s the community where the coffee is grown and harvested, or the communities that we are serving in, we want to be the best we can be for the community.
We source fair trade from all over the world, roast, and brew all of the coffee right here, so you know it’s fresh. If you come in at just the right time, you’ll see the green beans go into the roaster, and if you stick around for just a little bit, you’ll witness the roasted beans come out!
Tours are offered of the Ski and Craft Beer bottling plant. Never heard of Ski? You have a treat in store. This is a great opportunity to see how these favorite drinks are actually made.
Known throughout the Midwest for its signature soda, SKI, the Excel Bottling Co. recently broadened its market to include craft beer. Their hoppy, West Coast style beers, as well as traditional German style lagers celebrate the heritage of the Southern Illinois and St. Louis region. Call for group tours.
Visit an exact replica of a Civil War Fort complete with a jail, one room home, livery and log cabins. Be sure to see the display of area churches and other buildings all done in miniature. The churches have as many as 10,000 bricks and tiny stained glass windows. By appointment.
Walk the trails around the 5-acre lake or sit and enjoy the waterfall and views of the Silent Forest. The beautiful banquet center has space for all size groups or you can book the gazebo for your group.
Monday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Tuesday – Thursday 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. – Midnight
Sunday 9:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.
The trail runs from the Carlyle Lake Visitor’s Center (Trailhead) east for 10 miles across the Carlyle Lake/Kaskaskia River Dam and the saddle dams. The surface is black top and concrete with some crushed rock surface on the eastern end.