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JACKSONVILLE Explore the Jacksonville Area!


Jacksonville Area CVB • Brittany Henry 310 E State St • Jacksonville • IL • 62650 217-243-5678 • Fax: 217-243-5862


www.jacksonvilleil.orgvisitors@jacksonvilleil.org Area rooms: 383


Major meeting facilities: Many diverse facilities to fit your needs from large banquet facilities, to mid- size venues, to small spaces for your more intimate business needs.


For a complete list of our venues and facilities, please check out our website.


Attractions: Historic Underground Railroad sites, Governor Joseph Duncan Mansion, Lake Jacksonville, David Strawn Art Gallery, Illinois College, MacMurray College


Discover the Jacksonville area, a community rich in historical treasures, with thriving arts, education and culture, wrapped in Midwestern hospitality. Jacksonville is centrally located in the heart of Illinois between St. Louis and Chicago, and near the capital of Springfield.


Jacksonville offers an exceptional place to meet, live, work, and play. We offer excellent venues, at an affordable price - from a wide range of hotel options, beautiful outdoor facilities and locations to elegant banquet halls, we can accommodate your meeting. Interested in history? Visit one of our many Underground Railroad sites, including Woodlawn Farm. Or, walk in the footsteps of greatness, following the Voices of Jacksonville-Lincoln Audio Tour, part of the Looking for Lincoln program. Those who love recreation will enjoy our many golf courses and fishing at Lake Jacksonville - named the #1 Fishing Spot in the State of Illinois by Field and Stream magazine in 2007. The Jacksonville area’s hospitality and facilities will provide you with just the location you are looking for in hosting your next memorable and successful event.


JOLIET Meet In The Corridor Heritage Corridor CVB


15701 Independence Blvd • Romeoville • IL • 60446 800-535-5682 • Fax: 815-588-7945 www.HeritageCorridorCVB.com info@hccvbil.com


Airports:


Chicago Midway - 30 miles Chicago O’Hare - 35 miles Area rooms: 5,260 Major meeting facilities: Autobahn Country Club Bolingbrook Golf Club Brunswick Zone XL Harrah’s Casino Joliet Haunted Trails Joliet Holiday Inn - Countryside Holiday Inn Bolingbrook Starved Rock Lodge Attractions:


Chicagoland Speedway Harrah’s Casino Hollywood Casino - Joliet Joliet Area Historical Museum


Joliet Slammers LaSalle Canal Boat Route 66


Rialto Square Theatre Starved Rock State Park


Bolingbrook Golf Club The Heritage Corridor CVB encompasses the region along and near the


historical 97-mile Illinois and Michigan Canal. Our communities and cities are diverse in activities as well as terrain. From fine dining, museums and live theater to canyons, waterfalls and sweeping prairies, the Heritage Corridor has an incredible offering for the discerning meeting planner. We excel in smaller, more intimate meetings with plenty of outdoor activity in teambuilding exercises from corn mazes to ultra-extreme sports. Imagine your next meeting involving NASCAR, paintball in the world’s only themed paintball park, restored vaudeville theater, casinos, 1800s mansions and timber-braced lodges and waterparks. Meet and golf at one of the top ten rated public golf courses, the Bolingbrook Golf Club. Try the Brunswick Team Challenge to boost morale and increase productivity. Seasonally, we can offer an authentic paddlewheeler along the Illinois and Des Plaines rivers or a mule-pulled canal boat on the I&M Canal. Come meet with us along old historic Route 66, Lincoln Highway, or Illinois


River Road and experience today’s development on yesterday’s dreams! Our CVB can facilitate your meeting as well as offer touring opportunities, activities and dining experiences for your participants. With our close proximity


to Chicago, we


offer a great choice for your next meeting.


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