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Brookfield Zoo
Chicago Zoological Society
3300 Golf Rd.
Brookfield , IL 60513
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Phone: (800) 201-0784
Link: Brookfield Zoo
Brookfield Zoo is located just two miles from La Grange at First Avenue and 31st Street in Brookfield, Illinois.
Des Plaines Valley Rendezvous
Columbia Woods Forest Preserves
Willow Springs, IL 60480
Phone: (312) 543-1278

Link: A River Thru History: The Des Plaines Valley Rendezvous
A River Thru History Rendezvous demonstrates what a rendezvous might have been like along the banks of the Des Plaines River before Chicago became a city. Reenactors portray life on the prairie from the time DuSable opened the first trading post at the mouth of the Chicago River until the Laughton brothers closed theirs at the Chicago Portage around 1833. Reenactors also strive to highlight the early history of the twelve towns from Lyons to Lemont that compose the "district" of the I&M Canal Civic Center Authority.
Forest Preserve District of Cook County, Illinois Bike Trails
536 N. Harlem Ave.
River Forest, IL 60305
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Phone: (708) 366-9420
Link: Forest Preserve District of Cook County, Illinois Bike Trails
Bikers, joggers, and walkers can enjoy over 100 miles of paved bicycle trails and over 200 miles of multi-use trails in the Forest Preserve.
I&M Canal National Historic Corridor Civic Center Authority
P.O. Box 501
Willow Springs, IL 60480
Phone: (312) 543-1278

Link: I&M Canal National Historic Corridor Civic Center Authority
The I&M Canal National Heritage Corridor Civic Center Authority was created in 1984 by Illinois state legislation. The Civic Center Authority's district is composed of the twelve towns from Lyons to Lemont, located in the northeastern portion of the I&M Canal National Heritage Corridor. The Civic Center Authority is committed to the cultural, historic, recreational, and economic development of the National Heritage Corridor in this area.
La Grange Area Historical Society
The Vial House
444 S. La Grange Rd.
La Grange, IL 60525
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Phone: (708) 482-4248

Link: La Grange Area Historical Society
The Vial House, built in 1874 by Samuel Vial, is located at the northwest corner of La Grange Road and 47th Street. It was purchased by the La Grange Area Historical Society in 1984 for use as a community museum and research center. The Vial Family was among the earliest settlers in the La Grange area, obtaining a land grant from President Martin Van Buren in 1834.
Little Red Schoolhouse Nature Center
9800 Willow Springs Rd.
Willow Springs, IL 60480
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Phone: (708) 839-6897
Link: Little Red Schoolhouse Nature Center
Built in 1886 to replace a one-room log cabin school, the Little Red Schoolhouse was the first school building of the area.
All groups of 15 or more must arrange dates and make reservations by telephoning the facility they wish to visit.
Metra Rail Service
Chicago, IL 60525
Link: Metra Rail Service
The downtown Chicago area is just 14 miles from La Grange and can be reached through the Metra Rail Service.
National Historic Route 66 Federation
P.O. Box 1848, Dept. WS
Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352
Phone: (909) 336-6131
Fax: (909) 336-1039

Link: National Historic Route 66 Federation
Discover the 2,400 miles of Route 66 and see how America traveled in the 1920s-60s.
Park District of La Grange
536 East Ave.
La Grange, IL 60525
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Phone: (708) 352-1762
Fax: (708) 352-8591

Link: Park District of La Grange
The Park District of La Grange serves a three square-mile area almost contiguous with the boundaries of the beautiful west suburban Village of La Grange. The park district maintains 67 acres of parkland at 11 locations, and offers over 1500 recreation programs annually for its more than 15,000 residents.
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