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Located in both Kane and McHenry counties, Algonquin is a suburb of Chicago. Home to approximately 31,000 people, the village was established back in 1980 and has seen a lot of suburban growth in the last 2 decades. With around 10,727 households, each home contains approximately 2.8 people.
Number of businesses
Algonquin is home to quite a few businesses including:
- 103 Realty LLC – A real estate agent
- 3D Universe – An Ecommerce business that specializes in 3D printing and digital fabrication.
- Advanced Marketing Solutions – An advertising and communications company
- Baird & Warner – A real estate agent
- Calfa for Insurance Inc – An insurance company
- Care Navigators – A medical Center
- Clean Air Illinois – A home improvement business
- Discount Outdoor Power Equipment LLC – Commercial and industrial supplier
- Essential Ayurveda – A wellness practice
- Family Autoglass and Mirror – Car parts company
- H Photography – A photographer
- Kirklands – A home goods store
- MagArt by BloxShop – Customizable magnetic art decorations
- Patmar Janitorial Services – Janitorial services
- Paradise Robotics – Online retailer and distributor of robot mowers
Unique city features, businesses, attractions
Raging Buffalo Snowboard Ski Park
The Raging Buffalo Snowboard Ski Park can be found at 19-265 Western Avenue and is the ideal location if you love to partake in some snowboarding or a bit of skiing. The Park can get quite busy at times so you might want to visit as soon as it opens. However, there is always plenty of room for everyone.
The Park also offers visitors the chance to enjoy some snow tubing but you will have to book your session in advance. The trails are quite short but they are ideal for anyone who wants to take up snowboarding or skiing.
Buffalo Park Forest Preserve
Buffalo Park Forest Preserve can be found at 1 Alan Drive and is a small but beautiful preserve. If you would like to enjoy a spot of camping, there are areas where you can pitch a tent. The Preserve can get quite busy during the spring and summer so you might want to consider visiting at another time of the year.
The Preserve offers visitors the chance to enjoy its bike trails, camping, fishing, geocaching, golfing, snowboarding and hiking. The Preserve also runs hiking programs and horseback riding.
In addition to this, the Preserve also works to educate the locals and visitors about the environment and how they can affect it.
Brunswick Zone XL
Brunswick Zone XL is located at 1611 S Randall Rd and offers you the chance to enjoy some bowling, the arcade, some laser tag, and some billiards and pool. Many parties are held at the venue and events take place during the week. These events include “Sunday Funday” “Monday Mayhem” “$2.22 Tuesdays” and Half price arcade games on Wednesdays. If you are looking to have a bit of fun in Algonquin, Brunswick Zone ZL is the place to be.
Please note, this venue gets very busy at the weekend, so you may want to visit during the week when it’s typically quieter.
Found at 1491 S Randall Rd, Montarra is an American restaurant that also serves vegan and vegetarian meals. The restaurant is nothing short of beautiful and has a 20-foot water wall that has been added to help you relax and unwind. Available for private hire, the restaurant also has a bar, should you wish to enjoy a few drinks.
The food served at Montarra is nothing short of exquisite, making it one of the best places to eat in the village. The restaurant is open Tuesday to Thursday 4 pm – 9 pm, Friday – Saturday 4 pm – 10 pm, Sunday 4 pm – 9 pm. Closed on Sundays.
Fox Valley Pottery
Located at 2743 W Algonquin Rd, Fox Valley Pottery is known as a “Paint your own” studio. You do not have to make a reservation at the Pottery, you can simply walk in. Chose a pot, a bowl, plate, or cup from the many that are on offer and paint them in any way you wish. “Paint and Sip” sessions are available for those who would like to paint pottery and enjoy a glass of wine.
Once guests have painted their chosen pieces they need to leave them behind so the pottery can fire them. The pieces can be picked up within a week. The Pottery is a great place for small groups and parties, allowing locals and visitors the chance to enjoy something a little bit different.
Celebrities from Algonquin
Rockne Brubaker – An ice skater and national champion
Josh Caterer – A musician and lead singer for The Smoking Pipes
Evan Jager – Silver medalist and 3,000 meter steeplechase record holder
Other interesting pieces of information
Algonquin was originally home to the Potawatomi Native Americans and it was the location of burial mounds. In 1834, Samuel Gililan settled in the area along with others. When it came to naming the village, other names such as “Cornishville” “Denny’s Ferry” and “Osceola” were considered. However, a man by the name of Samuel Edwards suggested “Algonquin” and the name stuck.
The area’s economic growth began when the railroad was constructed. This allowed local farmers to take their produce to Chicago’s markets. The money made at the markets allowed the village to expand even more.
In the early 20th century the village of Algonquin was a place that people would visit to escape city life. However, the Fox River which is 202 miles long drew many visitors to the are so much so that some decided to stay. It wasn’t until the 1980s when new homes were built that the area started to see an explosion in its population.
Home to many parks and trails, Algonquin is also home to a number of festivals and traditions including the Hill Climb Race, Summer Concert Series, Art on the Fox, National Night Out, Holiday Rock on the Fox, and Polish-American Fest, to name but a few. A Farmer’s Market is held every Thursday afternoon from May through to early October at the Riverfront Park.