Some notable points of interest include the Schaumburg Boomers Stadium, which is home to a team from an independent professional baseball organization, and St. Peter Lutheran Church, one of the oldest congregations in the Northern Illinois District. The Ned Brown Forest Preserve is a lakeside forest retreat with an elk habitat, picnic groves, boat rentals, and a bicycling trail. For the well-heeled, Medinah Country Club is a private member owned country club and golf course that has hosted major tournaments. The Improv offers comedy entertainment and Olympic Park hosts soccer and softball games. The LEGOLAND Discovery Center Chicago, located in Schaumburg, gives children of all ages the chance to build and construct models in a theme park environment. Chicago is just 20 miles away and you can ride or drive into the city for the day.

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Schaumburg, Illinois, is a city in Cook County, located in northeastern Illinois. A northwestern suburb of Chicago, the city has a population of closely 74,000 and is close to O'Hare International Airport. It has a total area of 19 square miles. Known as a village, Schaumburg has both single family residences and condominiums. Over time, it has evolved from rural community to suburban metropolis, starting from having the first large scale suburban development and one of the largest shopping malls in the United States.

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