Experience the wonders of Jacksonville, IL - the home of Ken Norton former world heavyweight champion boxer - in its most comfortable form at this relaxing, pet-friendly hotel.
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Located just two miles from historic downtown Jacksonville, Illinois, this Best Western Jacksonville Inn is the perfect place to stay when visiting the area's many sites such as Central Park, Walldog Murals, Underground Railroad driving tour, Eli Bridge Wheel, Governor Duncan Mansion.
Guests traveling for business In Jacksonville can also find a range of attractions without traveling far. Nearby golf courses, Morgan County Fairgrounds, and Lincoln Square Shopping Center are wonderful for the simple pleasures of relaxation.
After a day of sightseeing or working, nothing is more welcoming than a comfortable bed and a room with generous amenities - and the Best Western Jacksonville Inn does not disappoint. We offer such amenities as a free Wi-Fi and a fitness center. You may also enjoy a complimentary full hot breakfast in the morning that includes coffee, juice, bread, eggs, sausage links, waffles, yogurt, biscuits & gravy, cereals, donuts, muffins and bagels. Enjoy your stay.
Pets accepted. 10.00 USD per day. Up to two dogs per room with an 80 lb. weight limit per animal, maximum of 100 USD weekly. Other pet types such as cats, birds, or other animals are allowed at the discretion of the property and require prior approval from the property.
Children 16 And Under Are Free In Room With One Paying Adult In Existing Bedding.
2 mile(s) from Woodlawn Farms. Underground Railroad Driving Tour. Various Jacksonville Locations. Jacksonville was one of the many stations along the Underground Railroad and one of the busiest during the mid-1800s. Prominent abolitionists like Edward Beecher, first president of Illinois College and brother to Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Jonathan B. Turner and Benjamin Henderson, a former slave, were among the many that were relentless in the pursuit of freedom for all. The Underground Railroad was neither a railroad nor underground. It was a series of safe places where abolitionists helped runaways, “freedom seekers,” find an escape from slavery. Networks existed across the United States, to help move people into areas of the country where they could find freedom. In Jacksonville we have at least nine documented sites which were important to this endeavor during the years before the Civil War.
3 mile(s) from Central Park, State Street and Main Street. Jacksonville’s historic city center is in the midst of an exciting renaissance to restore historic traffic patterns, improve access, enhance park amenities and landscaping, all making downtown even more appealing. Highlights include restaurants, theaters, shops, galleries, murals, audio & walking tours.
3 mile(s) from Voices of Jacksonville, Abraham Lincoln Audio Tour. Downtown and other historic sites. Follow in the steps of Abraham Lincoln through historic Jacksonville. See the actual places and hear the real stories of Lincoln as his friends and associates knew him while Looking For Lincoln in Jacksonville. These creative history stories are professionally recorded and interesting for visitors of all ages. Jacksonville is an official member of the Looking for Lincoln Heritage Coalition, a consortium of Illinois communities that share the legacy of Abraham Lincoln. Tune to radio frequencies at each location for stories. Maps are available at our office.
32 mile(s) from Knight's Action Park. Knight's Action Park brings the beach to you with this 20,000 square foot wave pool. Its 400,000 gallons of family fun. An attached activity pool allows the little ones to play close by while the bigger kids venture "out to sea". This pool offers the latest in technology and produces a six-foot wave. 5 feet at the deepest point. The Devil Ray is a breath-taking plunge into exhilarating summer excitement! Slide down at a thrilling 80-degree angle and rush back up again along the giant sides. The Lazy River is a 1,297 foot long "Recreation Water Ride" Float down the river and relax on a comfortable inner tube and let your fingers and toes take a little dip! Seal Bay is the perfect attraction for youngsters up to 48-inches tall. It’s non-stop adventure for the kiddies as they play in two big activity pools complete with giant sea creatures and seven mini-water slides! Kids aren’t the only ones who will enjoy Seal Bay. Check out the special Parents Pool.
71 mile(s) from Mark Twain Cave Complex, boasts America's oldest and newest show caves. Mark Twain Cave Complex is Missouri's first Show Cave. The cave was first shown in 1886 and is a Registered National Natural Landmark.We are located approximately one mile south of Hannibal on Highway 79. To find us click on Maps and Weather on the margin. When you visit us you will find a wealth of fun and interesting things to do! We have ample parking and free picnic grounds. We welcome school groups and tour buses. Experienced guides will escort you on the 55 minute tour of Mark Twain Cave Complex where the walkways are level and smooth, and there are no steps. Because of the natural state of our cave it is not wheelchair accessible. Our cave stays a constant 52 degrees year round! (A light jacket or sweater is recommended on the tours.) Please wear sensible walking shoes.
97 mile(s) from Saint Louis Zoo. The Saint Louis Zoological Park, commonly known as the Saint Louis Zoo, is a zoo in Forest Park in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. It is recognized as a leading zoo in animal management, research, conservation, and education.
90 mile(s) from Gateway Arch. The Gateway Arch is a 630-foot-high monument in St. Louis, in the U.S. State of Missouri. Clad in stainless steel and built in the form of a flattened catenary arch, it is the tallest man-made monument.
1 block(s) from Applebee's®, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
2 block(s) from Rudi's Grill, Cafe, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,
3 block(s) from Buffalo Wild Wings®, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
2 block(s) from BJ's Restaurant, Coffee Shop, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner,
4 block(s) from Los Rancheros, Full Service, Mexican, Open for: lunch, dinner,
1 mile(s) from El Rancherito Jacksonville, Full Service, Mexican, Open for: lunch, dinner,
1 mile(s) from Chinese Buffet, Buffet, Chinese, Open for: lunch, dinner,
1 mile(s) from Papa John's® Pizza, Fast Food, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
1 mile(s) from Pizza Hut®, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
2 mile(s) from Barney's, Full Service, American, Open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner, Breakfast only on Saturday and Sunday
3 mile(s) from Mulligan's, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
3 mile(s) from Muggsy's Fine Dining, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
3 mile(s) from Brickhouse Barbeque, Full Service, American, Open for: lunch, dinner,
3 mile(s) from Leo's Pizza, Full Service, Italian, Open for: lunch, dinner,
1 mile(s) from Illinois College. True excellence. True opportunities. True success. Illinois College is a small residential liberal arts college offering exceptional education at an affordable cost on a safe and beautiful campus. For over 180 years, Illinois College has prepared young men and women for lives of leadership and service. With an enrollment of 1,000, Illinois College launches students into thriving careers in public service, medicine, law, education and other professions.
3 mile(s) from MacMurray College. MacMurray College is a private, four-year, co-educational college with a focus on career-directed, liberal arts education. The college was founded in 1846 by devout and erudite Methodist clergymen, as well as several of Jacksonville's prominent citizens, and continues to build strong relationships with the Methodist Church and the city of Jacksonville to this day.
3 mile(s) from Lincoln Land Community College. The family of students, faculty and staff known as Lincoln Land Community College (LLCC) began as an idea from visionaries who opened the doors of the college on September 23, 1968. The founding members of the LLCC Board of Trustees, administrators and faculty, along with local citizens, built a legacy upon which we continue to grow today.
17.6 mile(s) from Winchester
22.2 mile(s) from Roodhouse
28.1 mile(s) from Beardstown
31 mile(s) from Springfield
37.7 mile(s) from Pittsfield
76 mile(s) from Quincy
3 mile(s) from Northridge Hills Golf Course. The 9-hole "Northridge Hills" course at the Northridge Hills Golf Course facility in Jacksonville, Illinois features 2,316 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 32. The course rating is 45.0 and it has a slope rating of 90 on Bent grass.
6 mile(s) from Lake Jacksonville. Lake Jacksonville is located in Morgan County, Illinois. This lake is 442 acres in size. It is 31.00 feet deep at its deepest point. Anglers can expect to catch a variety of fish including Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Hybrid Striped Bass, Largemouth Bass, Muskellunge (Muskie), Smallmouth Bass, White Crappie, Wiper Bass and Yellow Bullhead.
3 mile(s) from Links Golf Course. This is one of the finest public golf courses in the Central Illinois area. With an 18-Hole Championship Course and the Nichols Park Par 33 Golf Course, The Links appeals to golfers of all ages and abilities. The Links is also the host of The Robbie McEvers Memorial Junior Golf Tournament which attracts over 350 players each year. If you are looking for a quality round of golf at a good pace, try The Links located in Nichols Park, Jacksonville, Illinois.
3 mile(s) from Woodlawn Farm. East of Jacksonville. Follow Morton Avenue east over Route 72, and follow the signs. The showcase homestead of Jacksonville’s extensive underground railroad network. Former slaves were ushered through this home on their way to freedom. Summer Hours or by Appointment. Suggested Donation is $3, free parking.
2 mile(s) from Godfrey Park Play for All Project. This is an extraordinary playground and splash pad where children with and without disabilities can learn together through play. This is a unique barrier-free play environment.
12 mile(s) from Crazy Horse Campgrounds. Located north of Jacksonville and west of Springfield, IL. Crazy Horse Campground is a family oriented place with lots of space to run and play! Whether you want to fish from our stocked ponds, participate in planned crafts and activities, play disc golf, listen to live music, swim with your kids, or relax by the fire, there is something for everyone at Crazy Horse! The remodeled lodge is home to family-style bathrooms, a movie screen, pool table, foosball, board games, book exchange.
2 mile(s) from Lincoln Square. All along Morton Avenue, you will find many of the national chains of department and discount stores, including Walmart®, Shopko®, Staples®, and Home Depot®. JC Penney®, Dunham’s® Sports, Kirlin’s Hallmark and other clothing and retail stores.
3 mile(s) from downtown Jacksonville. Jacksonville’s downtown area, historic Central Park Plaza, offers a range of shops and services, with unique gifts, crafts and artwork, as well as a nice selection of restaurants. Jacksonville’s historic city center is in the midst of an exciting renaissance to restore historic traffic patterns, improve access, enhance park amenities and landscaping, all making downtown even more appealing.
3 mile(s) from Grace Ann's Tiques and More, Plus The Baby Store. Located in the Transfer Company Shops.
2 mile(s) from Antiquarius. Antiques and collectibles.
3 mile(s) from South Jax Antique Mall
3 mile(s) from The Peddler's Antique & Home Decor Shoppes.
85 mile(s) from Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
237 mile(s) from Chicago O'Hare International Airport