It is our intention to make the beauty and resources of Champaign County, Illinois accessible to visitors and residents alike. We invite you to experience the many cultural, educational, and recreational opportunities that we offer. We are proud to provide this web site to introduce our great area businesses and attractions, and are confident that you will find it interesting and easy to use.
Whether you come for business or pleasure, the Convention and Visitors Bureau’s professional staff is available to provide guidance and assistance to ensure you feel welcome. When planning a meeting or convention, consider Champaign County. The Champaign County Convention & Visitors Bureau will be happy to assist you.
We hope you enjoy our community as much as we do, and that you will make Champaign County a regular stop on your future travels.Whether you’re here on a weekend getaway, business convention, or just visiting, Champaign County has plenty of things to do and see. Relax and get back to nature by exploring the Anita Purves Nature Center. Nature lovers will also enjoy the beautiful and diverse prairie flora at The Arboretum and the Mabery Gelvin Botanical Garden. Sports fans will want to visit The Olympic Tribute, a monument honoring the achievements of Olympic athletes from our county. And for a different sport visit the Homer 500, the areas first drag strip for snowmobiles and ATV’s. And don’t forget the kids. You can pick apples and pumpkins at Curtis Orchard, feed the barnyard animals at Prairie Farm, try your luck with the 7-acre Cornfusion maze at Hardy’s Evergreen Acres and Reindeer Ranch, or learn about the stars and planets at The William M. Staerkel Planetarium, the 2nd largest in Illinois. Attend a flea market or other show at Gordyville or expand your international knowledge at the Japan House. Swim some laps at the Urbana Indoor Aquatic Center or take a leisurely stroll through the Wandell Sculpture Garden.