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Heritage Corridor
Phone: 800-926-2262 | Web Site: http://www.heritagecorridorcvb.com
The Heritage Corridor welcomes you! Discover the history of the Chicago Portage Area. Experience entertainment in the Greater Joliet Area. Enjoy the nostalgic downtowns of Grundy County. Explore recreation in the Starved Rock Area. It's all here...in the Heritage Corridor!

Area Attractions
August Hill Winery
August Hill's 3-acre vineyard stands atop a bluff on the south side of the Illinois River on the same property as the winery. The first 2 1/2 acres of vines were planted in the spring of 2003 with the help of many family and friends. Free. For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Winery.
 
106 Mill Street
Utica, IL 61373
815-667-5211
Bolingbrook Golf Club
Located just forty minutes southwest of Chicago, Bolingbrook Golf Club combines the elements of a world-class facility and championship golf. For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Golf.
 
2001 Rodeo Dr.
Bolingbrook, IL 60490
630-771-9400
Challenge Park Xtreme
The world's only extreme sports theme park with paintball, BMX, mountain biking, skateboarding and more. Admission Charge. For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Recreation.
 
2903 Schweitzer Rd.
Joliet, IL
815-726-2800
Chicagoland Speedway/Route 66 Speedway
NASCAR, Winston Cup and Indy Racing Northern Light Series events are held in this state-of-the-art motor sports facility. Admission Charge. For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Event / Sports Venue.
 
3200 S. Chicago St.
Joliet, IL
815-722-5500
Cog Hill Golf & Country Club
One of the "100 Most Testing Courses" in the U.S. by Golf Digest, this course is home to the PGA Tour's Western Open. Admission Charge. For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Golf.
 
12294 Archer Ave.
Lemont, IL
630-257-5872
Empress Casino Joliet
36,266 square foot Riverboat casino featuring 1,133 slots,32 table games, a ballroom, free valet parking and a 102-room hotel. Free. For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Gambling / Racetrack.
 
2300 Empress Dr.
Joliet, IL
888-436-7737
Gaylord Building
Enter a world where history was made. Here, more than 150 years ago, the Gaylord Building played a major role in creation of the Illinois & Michigan Canal, the final link in America's great water highway system of the 19th century. This handsome canal-sid For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Biking.
 
200 West Eighth Street
Lockport, IL
815-588-1100
Harrah's Joliet Casino
40,000 square foot riverboat casino, Voted Best Slot Club and Best Service by Casino Magazine. Free. For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Gambling / Racetrack.
 
Joliet and Cass St.
Joliet, IL
800-HARRAHS
I & M Canal Trail
Currently 61 miles in length, this trail offers visitors scenic hiking, bicycling and snowmobiling opportunities. The trail follows the historic route of the I & M Canal. For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Biking Trail.
 
Trail Start: Brandon Road, Joliet
Trail End: Lock 14, LaSalle
847-608-3100
Illinois and Michigan Canal
The Illinois and Michigan Canal is a 96 mile waterway built by predominately Irish immigrants that linked Lake Michigan and the Mississippi River by way of the Illinois River. The I & M Canal made Chicago the great city it is today. Closed in 1933 to na Free. For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Nature Area.
 
 
800-926-2262
Illinois River Winery
Come tour one of Illinois largest wineries. Learn how wine is made from start to finish. Free tours are available on Saturday afternoons. Meet at the Tasting room to start the 20 minute tour. Children welcome! Free. For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Winery.
 
723 South Clark Street
Utica, IL 61373
815-667-4012
Illinois' Route 66 Trail
Experience the nostalgia of the Route 66 in a whole new way. Enjoy not only the unique history of the 'Mother Road' but access many of Illinois' great trails and historic sites. For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Biking Trail.
 
Trail Start: Chicago
Trail End: St. Louis
217-782-3715
Joliet JackHammers
Professional Minor League baseball in Joliet at beautiful Silver Cross Field. Admission Charge. For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Event / Sports Venue.
 
111 E. Jefferson St.
Joliet, IL
815-726-2255
LaSalle Canal Boat and Lock 16 Visitor Center
Experience a one-hour trip on a replica 19th century canal boat. Tour guides dress as pioneer crew and will share their adventures as you ride on the I&M Canal as it was 150 years ago. Free. For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Tour.
 
754 First Street
LaSalle, IL 61301
(815) 223-1851
Lock 14
Lock 14 is the only lock on the canal where wooden gates have been restored. The lock was once part of a much larger complex, including a large canal boat basin between locks 14 and 15, a mile-long steamboat basin between lock 15 and the Illinois River, t For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Biking.
 
201 W. 10th Street Lockport
LaSalle, IL
815-588-1100
Locktender's House
Two Illinois & Michigan Canal locks and the restored locktender's house. Picnicking, tent camping, fishing and canoeing. For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Biking.
 
Story Street
Channahon, IL
815-467-4271
Rialto Square Theatre
Elegantly restored 1926 movie palace now showcases a variety of theater and performing arts programs. Admission Charge. For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Theater / Performing Arts.
 
102 N. Chicago St.
Joliet, IL
815-726-6600
Starved Rock State Park
Voted as one of the Seven Wonders of Illinois, Starved Rock State Park is best known for its fascinating rock formations. Home to 18 canyons formed by glacial meltwater and stream erosion and 13 miles of hiking trails Starved Rock State Park offers somet Free. For more information on the Heritage Corridor area, visit their website. Attraction Type: Nature Area.
 
Rt 178 & Rt. 71
Utica, IL
815.667.4726



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