The Subaru Forester is one of the most well-rounded compact crossovers in its class, offering roomy seating, a flexible cargo area, and a broad range of amenities and safety technologies. And thanks to its exceptional all-season capability and intrepid Subaru heritage, it's also among the most versatile. And with remarkably comfortable accommodations and various utility options, it’s an excellent road companion for journeys of all distances. So, while Forester was built for exploring, you don't have to stray from the beaten path to get the most out of owning one.

In fact, Forester is perfect for exploring nearby Naperville. While Chicago's prominence makes it the most-visited municipality in the area, it's not the only city with lots to do. So, grab a friend or family member or just enjoy a fun outing by yourself exploring a city ranked as on of the best and safest places to live in the United States. Here are a just a few of the myriad beautiful and entertaining destinations Naperville has to offer:

  • Knoch Knolls Nature Center: Learn about the local ecology and the area's earliest settlers. Check their calendar for special events like festivals, adult hikes, family nature night.

  • Naperville Century Walk: Take a stroll through this open-air art gallery filled with murals, sculptures, mobiles, mosaics representing Naperville's history and communities.

  • Paddleboat Quarry: You'll have to wait for summer for this one, but this renting a paddleboat or kayak is a fun, affordable way to relax and enjoy the scenery.

  • Moser Tower and Millennium Carillon: Built in 1999 to commemorate the start of a new millennium, this tower has 72 carillon bells and is taller than the Statue of Liberty (minus the pedestal). When it's open to the public, it provides stunning views of the Chicago skyline, as well as the Riverwalk and Centennial Beach public aquatic park.

  • Springbrook Prairie Forest Preserve: This grassland bird community is home to a variety of avian species and offers many trails for walking, cycling, horseback riding, and dog walking.