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1100 W Jeffery St, Kankakee, IL 60901
$692 - $779 | 1 - 3 Beds

(708) 261-0205

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Kankakee

Kankakee, IL Apartments for Rent

The wild and beautiful Kankakee River winds through the heart of Kankakee, a charming city roughly 60 miles south of Chicago. With a small-town, rural feel, the city is ideal for those who want to be near the major metro area of Chicago while enjoying the appealing aspects of a typical Midwestern city.

Kankakee is located in Kankakee County, which features a county-wide Barn Quilt Tour, the Kankakee River Regatta, more than 50 festivals, and the Chicago Bears training camp. Renting an apartment in Kankakee will give you access to the culture, nightlife, and restaurants of Chicago, as well as the beautiful setting, friendly neighbors, superior parks system, and delightful downtown of Kankakee.

Things to Do in Kankakee:

The Arts Center is an excellent choice for learning, creating and sharing. If you are planning to rent an apartment in Kankakee, the Arts Center is sure to become one of your favorite places. This facility’s interchangeable gallery features local artists’ works, supporting local artists by exhibiting and selling their artwork. The Arts Center also offers classes.  Located at the Northfield Square Mall, classes are offered in drawing, painting, jewelry making, and interior design.

Kankakee may be just south of Chicago, but the culture is totally different. For the quilt lovers, be sure to visit the Quilts of Kankakee. Fantastic patterns and textures are displayed on the actual historic barns throughout the city.

The Ice Valley Centre Ice Arena is open to the ice skaters and hockey players. Living in a Kankakee apartment, you’ll have ample opportunity to try ice-skating.  You can also see figure skating competitions, special events, and hockey games. Join a hockey league and participate in regular-season games and playoffs. There may not be a Stanley Cup at the end, but there is a champion!

If sports on ice isn’t quite your thing, Kankakee also offers golf, bowling, baseball, softball, ice-skating, and K3 Xtreme BMX racing. With a 1,000 ft. track, the races involve a variety of jumps, tall corners, and a tall start on a hill.

The Ultralight Place features light sport airplanes and powered parachutes and is located at the Greater Kankakee Airport. If you’ve always dreamed of being carried away by the wind, this is the ideal adventure for you.

The county fair is a time-honored tradition, dating back to 1856 when the first fair was held. The fair has taken place every year since, except for twice – once in 1921 when fire destroyed the grandstands, and then again during Chicago’s Century of Progress Fair – held in 1933. The county fairground is just south of Kankakee and consists of 100 acres and hosts several events throughout the year.

Kankakee River State Park covers 4,000 acres along the river. The park offers campgrounds and hiking, biking, equestrian, and cross-country skiing trails. Other activities include fishing, canoeing, and picnicking. The Kankakee Sands Preserve, located in nearby St. Anne and Pembroke, is ideal for bird-watching and hiking.

Historic sites in Kankakee include the Illinois Central Railroad Depot, the Warren Hickox House, the Lemuel Milk Barn, two homes built by Frank Lloyd Wright, and the Riverview Historic District and Charles E. Swannell House.

What to Consider When Moving to Kankakee:

Kankakee is the county seat of Kankakee County and is located about 60 miles south of Chicago, making it ideally located for weekend trips into the city. Kankakee is a beautiful city with plenty to offer, including Kankakee Community College, which opened in 1968 and offers associate degrees in a wide variety of programs, with the ability for students to transfer to four-year universities.

Incorporated in 1865, Kankakee has several historic locations, including the beautiful Riverview Historic District, located along the Kankakee River. This is the location of Kankakee’s most popular riverfront park, Cobb Park. It is also home to the B. Harley Bradley House, built by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1902 as one of his first Prairie Style designs. Riverview is the site of many city events, including a summer Street Party, a Haunted Riverview Tour, and the Holidays in Historic Riverview Christmas House Walk.

Rent a Kankakee apartment and enjoy 28 beautiful parks covering 600 acres. These parks contain a wide range of amenities, including a vita course, field houses, a marina, ball fields, tennis courts, boat landings, playgrounds, and a band shell. Kankakee River State Park features cross-country skiing, snowmobile trails, picnic areas, hiking and biking trails, boat launches, canoeing, fishing, and camping.

Why Kankakee IL Apartments Are Hot:

If you are looking for a small, Midwestern city filled with charm, then an apartment in Kankakee is perfect! You’ll love the gorgeous parks, the dazzling river, and the ideal location just outside of Chicago. Every summer, Kankakee is filled with bears – Chicago Bears! This is the location of the Chicago Bears Summer Training Camp. It is also home to a variety of golf courses, terrific shops and restaurants, the county fair, a variety of festivals and events, and plenty of outdoor fun! Of course you want to move to Kankakee – apartments here are hot!

Why Kankakee?

  • Historic landmarks include the Illinois Central Railroad Depot and the Lemuel Milk Barn.
  • The Kankakee County Historical Society Art Museum features sculptures by George Gray Barnard.
  • The beautiful Kankakee County Courthouse, built in 1909, is a major city landmark.
  • The Kankakee Railroad Museum features model railroad layouts, a historic trolley, and a Pullman car.
  • Golfers will appreciate access to 10 golf courses, while fishermen will enjoy the Kankakee River Valley Fishing Derby.
  • Theaters include the Kankakee Valley Theatre, Majestic Theatre, and Young Peoples Theatre.

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