Channahon Real Estate


    Its name meaning “Meeting of the Waters” in the language of the area’s original Potawatomi inhabitants, Channahon is located at the confluence of the Des Plaines and Kankakee rivers, where they form the Illinois River. The Illinois and Michigan Canal (including several locks) runs through most of the village, where it is fed by the water of the DuPage River. The local Channahon State Park celebrates the region’s unique geographical history.

    Later in the 19th century, a railroad line that eventually came under the control of the Santa Fe Railroad was laid through the eastern portions of the township, but no railroad actually passed through the village itself. In the late 1920s, U.S. Highway 6 came through Channahon; Interstates 80 and 55 followed in the 1960s (although I-80 runs approximately two miles to the north of the village limits).

    Where to Eat

    Pesciolino Osteria
    Lallos Bar and Grill
    Cookie’s Restaurant and Lounge
    Villa Nueva Restaurant

    Places to See

    Dollinger Family Farm
    Canoe and Kayak Launch
    Channahon Lanes
    Heritage Bluffs Golf Club

    Schools in Channahon

    Three Rivers School 5 – 6
    Pioneer Path 3 – 4
    Families of Faith Christian Academy PK – 12

    Healthcare near Channahon

    Channahon Healthcare Center of Morris
    Presence Medical Group
    Morris Hopsital and Heathcare Centers