Visit Champaign County would like to thank our Partners in Tourism. Through their generous contributions, we are able to attract visitors to our community for business, sports and leisure travel while also bringing significant economic impact to our county. Learn more about our Tourism Industry Partnership program or contact us today to become a partner! For additional marketing opportunities, click here
CITY OF CHAMPAIGN
Champaign offers urban perks with smaller city comforts through an extensive park system, a world-class library, urban shopping choices and a variety of accommodations. To discover more about Champaign, visit ci.champaign.il.us
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
The University of Illinois is a world leader in research, teaching and public engagement. They are distinguished by the breadth of their programs, broad academic excellence, and internationally renowned faculty, in addition to their premier athletic programs, the Fighting Illini, a member of the Big Ten Conference. To learn more about the University of Illinois, visit www.illinois.edu
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or call 1.800.67Busey.
Champaign County, Illinois was incorporated on February 20, 1833. Located in the heart of east Central Illinois, Champaign County is a leader in education, health care, high technology and agriculture. To learn more about Champaign County, visit co.champaign.il.us
VILLAGE OF SAVOY
Village of Savoy-Incorporated in 1956, Savoy maintains a quality of life typically associated with small Midwestern towns. Located just south of Champaign, Savoy offers several parks, restaurants, theaters and numerous recreational opportunities. To learn more about the Village of Savoy, visitvillage.savoy.il.us
VILLAGE OF RANTOUL
The Village of Rantoul was founded in 1854 and in 1917 was chosen by the United States Army to be the site of Chanute Field. After its proud history as host to Chanute Air Force Base, Rantoul now offers numerous attractions such as the Chanute Air Museum, Gordyville USA and Hardy's Reindeer Ranch. To learn more about the Villiage of Rantoul, visit village.rantoul.il.us
ILLINOIS AMERICAN WATER
Illinois American Water-Illinois American Water is the largest investor-owned water utility in the state, providing high-quality and reliable water and/or wastewater services to residents and businesses throughout the state. To learn more about Illinois American Water, visit www.amwater.com/ilaw/
ALLERTON PARK & RETREAT CENTER
Allerton Park & Retreat Center-Built as a private residence in 1900, today Allerton Park and Retreat Center is a historical treasure owned by the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. The Mansion and Park are listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and one of the American Institute of Architects' 150 Great Places in Illinois. The Park was designated a National Natural Landmark in 1970. Visit allerton.illinois.edu
to learn more.
THE NEWS - GAZETTE
The News-Gazette serves Champaign County and beyond with stories impacting their community and national coverage. In addition to the community paper, The News-Gazette also oversees NewsTalk 1400 WDWS, Lite Rock 97.5 WHMS, Classic Hits 107.9 WKIO, as well as several other publications. Visit news-gazette.com
to learn more.
Parkland College has delivered vocational-technical and academic instruction since 1967. The college has become a center for educational opportunity and community enrichment in east central Illinois and has earned a national reputation for its excellent academic standards, innovative programs, and quality instruction. Visit parkland.edu
to learn more.
Visit Champaign County Affiliates
Visit Champaign County is supported by the State of Illinois Office of Tourism.