Planning to spend time in Ottawa? Hoping to reserve somewhere to stay in Streator? Within 0.1 kilometres (0.06 miles) of its central area, you'll find 3 Expedia-listed apartments and hotels.
The Streator's Baldwin House, is an ever-popular option for visitors due to the fact that it's it's the most centrally positioned hotel choice in Streator.
25 kilometres (14 miles) from downtown Streator, is the Brightwood Inn Country Inn. Alternatively, the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Ottawa Starved Rock Area is 30 kilometres (17 miles) away. Other Expedia-listed accommodation options are the Holiday Inn Express OTTAWA and the Hampton Inn Ottawa (Starved Rock Area).
Looking to go a bit further afield? Northern Illinois offers a number of attractions. Spend time at Northern Illinois' nature museums. Nature lovers can also make the time to to enjoy the region's lakes and rolling hills. In this part of United States of America tourists might partake in horse riding, cycling and shore fishing.
Spend a few hours discovering Nettle Creek Country Club and William G. Stratton State Park, in Morris, 45 kilometres (27 miles) to the northeast of Streator. Expedia-listed Morris accommodation options include the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Morris and Comfort Inn. Or, you could stay in Oglesby, 25 kilometres (15 miles) to the northwest of Streator, where you can choose from the Days Inn Oglesby/Starved Rock and Starved Rock Lodge & Conference Center. The Illinois Valley Community College and Deer Park Country Club are just a couple of the more popular points of interest to see should you visit Oglesby.
Before you leave Ottawa, ensure you catch local game. Visit Silver Cross Field to the northeast of Streator. Those wishing to find accommodation near to the sporting action can select from the Harrah's Joliet Casino & Hotel or the Red Roof Inn Chicago - Joliet.
If you are planning on flying via Central Illinois Regional Airport, you may choose to book a room at Holiday Inn Bloomington-Airport, or Holiday Inn Express & Suites Normal, both of which are conveniently close.