Jeff Banowetz

Park City, Chicago, New York City, Knoxville, Salt Lake City, Santa Barbara, Chattanooga, Athens, Nashville, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Heber Valley, Farmington, International , Logan

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  1. Blue Ridge Mountain Sports

    Blue Ridge Mountain Sports carries an incredible selection of outdoor gear, equipment and apparel.

  2. High Ground Cafe

    High Ground features Kickapoo Coffee, a family-owned, fair- and direct-trade coffee roaster.

  3. Java House

    Java House has a well-earned reputation for custom blended coffee.

  4. Backpocket Brewing

    Backpocket Brewing, the largest brewery in Iowa, creates five craft beers year-round

  5. Shimek State Forest

    Shimek State Forest has five different segments, each with its own personality and trails to explore.

  6. Maquoketa Caves State Park

    Maquoketa Caves State Park has more caves than anywhere else in Iowa.

  7. Shimek State Forest

    The Shimek State Forest is broken up into five different sections, each with its own character and reasons to visit.

  8. Palisades-Kepler State Park

    About half an hour north of Iowa City, Palisades-Kepler State Park is worth the drive whether you’re intereste...

  9. Active Endeavors

    A local newspaper has named Active Endeavors the best outdoor store for three consecutive years.

  10. Evanston Environmental Association

    Chicago

    The Evanston Ecology Center opened in 1974 to teach environmental education and promote volunteerism for environmental causes.

  11. Custer Fair

    Chicago

    The Custer Fair combines art, food and music in a festival that draws people from all over the Chicago area.

  12. Celtic Knot Public House

    Chicago

    As close to a true Irish pub that you can find in the United States

  13. Edzo's Burger Shop

    Chicago

    Edzo's fresh beef, signature milk shakes and specialty fries attract hungry crowds

  14. Evanston Farmer's Market

    Chicago

    The Evanston Farmer's Market offers fresh fare from more than 50 vendors.

  15. Kafein

    Chicago

    Kafein has been serving good coffee and hearty food for more than 20 years

  16. Unicorn Cafe

    Chicago

    Hand-roasted coffee and free Wi-Fi keep Unicorn Cafe in Evanston a busy place.

  17. Temperance Beer Company

    Chicago

    Temperance Beer Company, Evanston's first craft brewery, offers refillable 64-ounce growlers.

  18. Deer Grove Forest Preserve

    Chicago

    The 1,800-acre Deer Grove is the oldest forest preserve in Cook County offering nearly 10-miles of trails to hike.

  19. Kettle Moraine State Forest

    Chicago

    The Southern Unit of the Kettle Moraine State Forest, about 37 miles southeast of Milwaukee, contains more than 22,000 acres in southern Wisconsin.

  20. Starved Rock State Park

    Chicago

    Starved Rock State Park features 18 canyons formed by ancient melting glaciers.

  21. Uncle Dan's

    Chicago

    Uncle Dan's outdoor store is committed to getting people outside to enjoy nature around Chicago.

  22. Morton Arboretum Offers Trees, Hills and Trails—Plus The Best Fall Colors in the Chicago Area

    Chicago

    The fall is the best time to visit the Morton Arboretum, which features fantastic hiking trails and paved roads for running and cycling.

  23. Bangers and Lace

    Chicago

    Banger and Lace offers craft beer and home-made sausage that bring in crowds of customers

  24. The Lowdown on Winter Fat Biking in Chicago

    Chicago

    More and more Chicago cyclists are discovering that fat biking is a fun way to ride outside through the snow—and all year round.

  25. 10 Ways to Enjoy the Blizzard in Chicago

    Chicago

    The snow in Chicago has finally fallen. Here are ten of the best ways to enjoy the fifth largest blizzard in Chicago history.