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Collinsville, Illinois

  • Splash City Waterpark

    The family waterpark is a 12-acre attraction operated by the Collinsville Recreation District. It is a water wonderland for the young at heart with 5 slides, a zero depth pool, a lazy river and a mons...
    Splash City Waterpark

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Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site

This world heritage site, a National Historic Landmark, marks the location of an ancient natural American Indian city, perhaps the largest such community in what is now the United States. A 33,000 square foot interpretive center recreates scenes of the past Indian civilization. Monk'

Collinsville, IL Archaeology

Worlds Largest Catsup Bottle

This 170-foot-tall bottle that resembles a Brook's Catsup Bottle served as a water tower for the catsup manufacturer after being constructed in 1949. This example of roadside architecture at its best was restored in 1995

Collinsville, IL One Of A Kinds

Splash City Waterpark

The family waterpark is a 12-acre attraction operated by the Collinsville Recreation District. It is a water wonderland for the young at heart with 5

Collinsville, IL Water Parks

Gateway Fun Park

Bring the kids for a day playing on the 18

Collinsville, IL Fun Centers


Things to do near Collinsville, IL

Rex's Museum

A Lionel train set shares space with a Li'l Abner Dogpatch Band windup toy and British toy soldiers, antique collectibles, cl...

Ravissant Winery

Enjoy a glass of wine in the park-like-setting of this beautiful 1860's twelve-acre estate. Come for live music on weekends a...

Fort De Chartres State Historic Site

Reconstruction of the mid-1700s stone fort that was the base of French control of the Mississippi River Valley. It was surren...

Corner George Inn

The entire 150 year old German settlement is on the National Historic Register. Restoration includes a church from 186...

Kaskaskia Bell State Historic Site

This old church bell, a gift to the Catholic Church at Kaskaskia from King Louis XV was cast in France in 1741. It is popular...