Leal Park is home to both the oldest cemetery and the oldest residential home in Champaign County. That makes this park more than worth a look.
Judge Charles Webber and his estate donated this forested land in 1985 to Urbana Park District as a massive forest space. Today it houses an archery club, and that is pretty swell.
Maliya Smith founded Melanin Lighthouse to share holistic healing practices with the community.
Alyssa reviews Revenge of the Cabin, a haunted escape room at CU Adventures in Time & Space — no spoilers.
This cutie pie of a park sits on the boulevard that encompasses Elm St. between John and Charles. It is delightful, and well worth your time as a place to take a stroll with a friend who you used to not like, but started liking again in the pandemic.
If there were ever a park that basically encapsulates the reasons why taxpayer funded organizations like Park Districts suffer, it would be Dohme Park on Curtis Road.
We saw summer and winter and everything in between last month.
A perfect rectangle in the heart of Urbana provides a wonderful spot to have a gathering, play sports, or just sit under a tree and read a book, or even scroll your phone, if that suits you.
This unassuming park in Urbana is hidden next to two cemeteries and has an interesting and compelling history.
"It's a place for everyone to go where they feel safe, where they feel welcome."
Homer Lake sits just a dozen miles the east of the cities of Champaign-Urbana, and has become one of the most cherished spots to enjoy nature for miles around.
Grand Prairie Friends are gearing up for their annual native plant sale, but their work happens all year long.
Champaign-Urbana has one of the most diverse, intelligent, and interesting communities in the state. Our Culture section highlights those people, places, and events that make us proud to live here.