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AmericInn® Kewanee, IL | 925 Tenney St, Kewanee, IL (888) 205-0958 – Directions
(Formerly Annawan US Express Hotel) Best Western – Annawan 315 Canal St Annawan, IL 61234-9701 1-866-599-6674

Bed and Breakfasts

Aunt Daisy’s Bed and Breakfast 223 West Central Boulevard, Kewanee, IL (309) 853-3300
Good’s Furniture Bed and Breakfast Good’s Furniture The Skywalk @ Route 78 200 Main Street North Kewanee, Illinois 61443


Baker Park 19th Hole 1095 Cambridge Rd. 309-852-4653 Burger King 720 Tenney St. 309-853-9004 Cernos Bar & Grill 213 W. 3rd St. 309-853-3469 Country Morning Coffee Cafe 205 W. 1st St. 309-540-5064 Dairy Queen 301 S. Main St. 309-854-7031 Good’s Wine Cellar Bistro & Bakery 200-220 Main Street North 309-852-5656 Great Wall 544 Tenney 309-853-2828 Happy Joe’s Pizza & Ice Cream 515 Tenney 309-853-4407
Katie’s House of Steaks 618 Tenney 309-856-7170 LaGondola Spaghetti House 425 Tenney 309-853-2255 Lakeside Restaurant 12480 Tecumseh Rd. 309-852-5253 Los Ranchitos 337 Tenney 309-852-0750 McDonald’s 315 Tenney 309-852-4747 New China 735 Tenney 309-853-1688 Pioneer Club 206 N. Chestnut 309-852-3793 Pizza Hut 449 Tenney 309-853-3345
PL Damron’s Catering Tremont Forum 309-853-2283 Subway 544 Tenney 309-854-7827 Taco Bell 544 Tenney 309-853-1451 The Barnhouse Restaurant 420 S. Main St. 309-853-1083 The Red Apple 607 N Main St. 309-856-8020 The Station House 300 W. 3rd 309-854-7245 Uncle Joe’s Place 314 N Tremont 309-852-3259

Things to Do

Hog’s Day Festival Aug. 31-Sept. 3, 2012 You have 96 hours. Friday, August 31st through Monday, September 3rd. Your assignment? Enjoy the last holiday weekend of summer at our 59th annual Kewanee Hog Days. It all begins with the World’s Largest Outdoor Pork Barbecue, serving over 30 thousand! There are concessions and carnival, The Hog Days Stampede and Fitness Run, disc golf and regular golf tournaments, garden tractor pull, flea market and craft show, mud volleyball, 3 queen pageants, co-ed softball, Model T and Model A Rally, free stage shows all weekend long, a cooking contest (The Showdown!), a retro car show, a 64 mile bike ride, fly-in breakfast and the original event that started it all…a barrow show! Hog Days The Hog Festival Committee 306 North Main Street, Kewanee, IL 61443 309 852-4644 – Larry Good’s Furniture Good’s is America’s Furniture Showplace! People travel from all over the Midwest to shop our store in Kewanee, Illinois, for the biggest selection of brand name furniture and great prices. Find new furniture for the living room, bedroom, kids’ rooms or a new dining room set. Good’s Furniture The Skywalk @ Route 78 200 Main Street North Kewanee, Illinois 61443 Baker Park Baker Park, with its 30 acres, is the site of a popular 18-hole golf course, with a driving range nearby. The clubhouse and pro shop for the golf course features the 19th Hole, a popular restaurant with golfers and non-golfers alike. This park also includes a two-mile scenic drive with a newly surfaced road that curves through majestic timber and goes up and down hills. Kewanee Park District 1095 Cambridge Road Phone: (309) 852-2872 Fax: (309) 853-4530 Answering Svc: (309) 854-7275 Francis Park 3 miles east of Kewanee, the unique home of Frederick Francis was built in 1890 out of brick, stone and native wood. The house features disappearing doors and windows, an air cooling system, radiant heat deflectors in the fireplace chimney, and running water, all without the benefit of electricity. The park also sports camping sites, a shelterhouse, picnic facilities, playgrounds, and a baseball diamond. Admission for the Woodland Palace is $2 for adults, $1 for children 5 -12, children under 5 are free. Woodland Palace is open seven days a week from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., April 29, 2011 to October 2, 2011. Francis Park 29862 N 900 Ave, Kewanee, IL 61443 Grounds Maintenance Manager 309-852-0511 309-852-2611 ext 228 (alternate) Windmont Park Windmont Park, a 20 acre site on the city’s southwest side, is one of the most attractive settings of any park in the Midwest. A lagoon is surrounded by a large variety of trees and shrubs, and the eye is drawn to an iron footbridge that crosses the lagoon. There’s also a sidewalk that circles the water, a favorite of people who walk for their health or just to enjoy the park’s scenery. A fountain donated to the park by a group of citizens adds a finishing touch to the scene. Kewanee Park District 349 Beach St. South, Kewanee, IL 61443 Phone: (309) 852-2872 Ryan’s Round Barn Johnson’s Sauk Trail State Park, five miles north of Kewanee, offers a scenic drive, camping sites, and a 58 acre lake within its 370 acres that features fishing and boating. The park has 10 to 15 miles of trails, ranging from ¼ mile to 1½ miles in length. There are 10 picnic areas – mostly around the lake – with tables and cooking stoves. Two of the picnic areas have shelters. Hunting is still a popular activity at the park. Johnson’s Sauk Trail State Park is one of the Department of Natural Resources popular controlled hunting sites, with pheasant being released daily during the statewide hunting season (closed Mondays and Tuesdays). A fee is charged. The park also allows hunters to pursue deer with a bow & arrow, plus dove and squirrel with shotgun only. Spring turkey hunting is by permit only. Johnson’s Sauk Trail State Park Johnson’s Sauk Trail State Park Phone: (309) 853-5589

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