Set smack-dab in the middle of north-central Illinois, Chenoa is yet another fun stop along the annual Illinois Rt. 66 Red Carpet Corridor Festival.
A stop in Chenoa yields attractions like the Matthew T. Scott House – found on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places – plus the Chenoa Veteran's Brick Walk Way and the Chenoa Historical Society Museum (featuring the Chenoa Trophy Room and the 45-Star Flag).
If you’re looking to take a break from the cars and stretch your legs along Route 66, check out Silliman Lake Park for dock fishing and picnic spots. More picnic pavilions are found at Red Bird Park, Kelleher Park, and Main City Park.