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This 18-hole public course is part of Sycamore Community Park and is located just a mile away from Sycamore RV Resort.
Only 7 miles away. Northern Illinois University is among the nation’s premier regional public universities, a comprehensive teaching and research institution with a diverse and international student body of more than 25,000.
The Great Western Trail is a 17-mile rail trail from Sycamore to St. Charles. The Great Western Trail crosses small streams and wetlands where duck, coot and the Great Blue Heron nest and raise their young. Shrubs, including Dogwood, Blackberry and Hazelnut mingle with the few remaining patches of native prairie. It is a place of quiet beauty, a linear wildlife refuge, and truly one of the finer experiences available in the area.
Sycamore Speedway has been offering stock car and spectator racing since 1960, with Super Late Model, Late Model, Spectator, Powder Puff and Compact class events.
Offering world-class tours & attractions, shopping, museums, theatre, dining, and nightlife. The Chicago Loop is only 60 miles from Sycamore RV Resort.
The festival commemorates the victory of the Mexicans over the French army in 1862. Enjoy carriage rides, food, live entertainment, games fun and spirits.
The DeKalb County Courthouse lawn is filled with arts and crafts, handmade by some of the Midwest’s most talented artists.
Held in the heart of historic downtown Sycamore the last full weekend in July. On Saturday, enjoy a classic car cruise parade and a swing dancing competition. Get out your poodle skirt and slick back your hair for a 50’s style costume contest and concert by “Vintage Vinyl.” Over 800 cars on display on Sunday.
Held in August, operational steam engines, old tractors, small utility engines, and miniature train rides are the featured attractions at this annual four-day festival.
Corn Fest is one of the last remaining free music festivals among Illinois music festivals and summer festivals. Celebrating its 39th year the festival will be held in downtown DeKalb on Lincoln Hwy. between 1st and 4th St. All shows are free to the public and there is a $5 admission fee into the soundstage area.
What does it take to make the finest whiskey in the world? Start with the finest grains grown on the best soils the earth has to offer. Add water naturally filtered by the limestone aquifer found deep under those same soils. Distilling year-round and open to the public from March-November, Whiskey Acres is an estate distillery like none other in the United States.
The lawn of the courthouse is filled with hundreds and hundreds of pumpkins that are carved, painted and created by area children. Food, crafts, contests, fun and more culminate in a gigantic parade through town. Last full weekend in October.