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Directions from Manteno, Illinois to ETI School of Skilled Trades

   

ZIP Code: 60950
Population:  9,210 (2020)
Area codes: 815/779

Manteno is a village in Kankakee County, Illinois, United States. The population was 9,204 at the 2010 census, up from 6,414 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Kankakee-Bourbonnais-Bradley Metropolitan Statistical Area. 

It’s just a short drive from the South, around the Manteno areas to ETI School of Skilled Trades!

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ETI in Willowbrook, Illinois is now enrolling HVAC students and welding students!

 

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ETI is accepting students from the following High Schools to the South of ETI around Manteno and near Willowbrook, Illinois!

Things to do in and near Willowbrook, Illinois

Willowbrook is a small village, known for its exceptional services and convenience to the metro Chicago region. Willowbrook’s prime location and accessibility to many popular attractions and locations, make it an attractive location to live, work and go to school. Despite its small size, Willowbrook is well served by an abundance of attractions and retail centers, including the Willowbrook Town Center. Willowbrook has ten well-kept community parks and is nearby the Waterfall Glen and Salt Creek Forest Preserves.

Here are some of the best things to do in Willowbrook, Illinois.

Prairie Trail Park
Priaire Trail State Park
Since 1988, Prairie Trail Park has been providing visitors with a beautiful respite amidst nature. It is a great place to go for a quick stroll or spend an afternoon bonding with the family. Prairie Trail Park also offers designated picnic areas, a playground, and a fishing pond, making it a very family-friendly place to visit in Willowbrook. Its acres of vast greenery also provide areas where kids and dogs can play carefree.

 

Ty Warner Park

Ty Warner Park Sign with pond fountain in background
Restored woodlands and enhanced wetlands are connected through a prairie system surrounding the perimeter of the park, linked by a series of interpretive signs. There is a one-mile (1.6 km) path along the perimeter, that provides walkers and joggers a chance to enjoy the natural surroundings. Cross-country skiing enthusiasts will also have use of the interior and perimeter path system, during the winter months.

There are also three multi-purpose ball fields, anchored by a concession building, complete with handicapped accessible washrooms. Adjacent to this area is a courtyard with benches, decorative lighting, stone masonry, and brickwork. Nearby is a large garden gazebo, which can accommodate public gatherings and is host to the annual summer series of “Concerts in the Park”. 


Morton Arboretum

Morton Arboretum
Covering 1,700 acres (688 hectares), is a public garden and outdoor museum. Its grounds include a cataloged collection of trees and other living plants, gardens, and restored areas, a library, and an herbarium. It is also a place of recreation, with hiking trails, roadways for driving and bicycling, a 4-acre (1.6 hectare) interactive children’s garden and a 1-acre (.4 hectare) maze. The arboretum offers an extensive nature-centered education program for children, families, school groups, scouts, and adults.

 

Salt Creek Forest Preserve

Three people Skiing at at Salt Creek Forest Preserve
Nearly two miles (3.2 km) of looped trails that meander through the preserve are ideal for hiking and cross-country skiing. A moderate 65-yard (59.4 meters) walk down a gravel trail gives anglers fishing access in Salt Creek, which is stocked with smallmouth bass, but the waterway also contains largemouth bass, channel catfish, bluegill, crappie, northern pike, and walleye. A 100-person picnic shelter with a grill can be reserved. There is a smaller, non-reservable shelter, as well as numerous tables throughout the preserve.


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