Chicago’s Western Suburbs DuPage County
America is vast, each landscape a unique piece of the American story. We welcome you to the Midwest — America’s heartland — to discover DuPage County, distinguished as one of the best places to live in America.
20 miles east is neighboring Chicago — a cultural giant past and present — its American story the love of sports, remarkable and diverse food, and celebration of humanity through arts & entertainment. Experience this piece of Americana in suburban DuPage, paired with our small-town charm, sophistication, and story all our own — one of history, diversity, and value for nature that helps define the DuPage quality of life.
Home to the 2026 Presidents Cup at Medinah Country Club, DuPage is a renowned destination for golf enthusiasts, as well as those looking to experience some of the best outdoor recreation Illinois has to offer.
With more than 50 golf courses, 500 miles of trails, and extensive forest preserves, DuPage is unique in providing the right balance between sophisticated amenities and serene environment.
DuPage is home to the Oakbrook Center, one of the largest premier shopping destinations in the country, offering over 160 upscale specialty stores, dining and entertainment.
There is even more fantastic shopping experiences to be found in DuPage.
Historic landmarks, national brands, unique locally-owned boutiques, coffee shops, and eateries are just a few reasons to visit DuPage’s charming downtowns. Enjoy leisurely shopping along tree-lined Main Streets filled with character in a family-friendly setting.
More to see and do
Kohler Waters Spa, one of only three Kohler spas in the U.S.; The Forge: Lemont Quarries, an extreme adventure park rated among USA Today’s 10 Best Aerial Adventure Parks in America; Michael Jordan’s Steak House, with memorabilia of Chicago’s most beloved sports icon; the Illinois Prairie Path, America’s first rail-to-trail conversion, offering the best scenic byway through quaint downtowns and forest preserves; and the Elmhurst Art Museum, which features one of only three residences in the U.S. designed and built by the famous architect Mies van der Rohe.