Stone Park is a small village located in Cook County, Illinois, United States of America. Stone Park is located near the borders with Indiana and Wisconsin. The village has an area of 0.3 square miles and a population of 5000 residents. Stone Park is perfect for a weekend retreat and offers tourists the peace and quiet of a small town. If you plan to visit it, do not forget to check one or all its points of interest.
Top Attractions within Stone Park
Stone Park Historical Association is the perfect place to visit if you want to stay away from the noise and agitation. This museum depicts the history of the beautiful Stone Park and has great collections offering visitors a glimpse into the life of the early settlers and of the firsts residents that came in the area.
Casa Italia - Italian Cultural Center is a small museum that opened in Stone Park in 1970. Father August Feccia was the one who felt the need of such a space where the interested visitors can find out more about the Italian immigrants that came to the States in search of a better life. The museum also has a library, an art gallery, a meeting space and a beautiful garden located in a lovely area of Stone Park.
Kiddieland is the perfect attraction if you are visiting Stone Park with your family. You can spend a day in the nature, enjoying the fresh air, eating great food and having fun on a lot of rides. The amusement park is situated close to Stone Park and is one of the best children attractions in the area.
La Bodeguita is a Mexican restaurant located on North Mannheim Road, in Stone Park. The place is cozy and the staff is friendly and welcoming. The food is delicious and the portions are extra large.