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Macon County Illinois - Plenty To Know
Macon County Illinois is a wonderful county in the heart of Illinois. With the city of Decatur and towns such as Austin, Mount Zion and Elwin, Macon County boasts beauty and fun, it truly is the heart of America and the "heart of Illinois". As of 2000 the population was 114,706. Its county seat is Decatur, Illinois. The county came about on January 19, 1829 out of Shelby County. It was named for Nathaniel Macon, who served as a Colonel in the Revolutionary War. Macon County Townships include Austin, Blue Mound, Decatur, Friends Creek, Harristown, Hickory Point, Illini, Long Creek, Maroa, Milam, Mt. Zion, Niantic, Oakley, Pleasant, South Macon, South Wheatland, Whitmore Townships.
Cities, Towns and Communities include Argenta, Blue Mound, Decatur, Forsyth, Harristown, Long Creek, Macon, Maroa, Mount Zion, Niantic, Oreana, Warrensburg.Macon County serves many tastes so finding a wonderful place to eat is not hard.Diners, bars, fast food, chinese, japanese is all in Macon County. Be sure to check out Katz Piano Bar located at 112 North Merchant Street, Decatur. There is also Brickhouse Billiards in case you are a pool shark located at 888 West Eldorado Street, Decatur.
Decatur itself holds an appealing variety of historical buildings, museums and sightseeing. Take a simple picnic, hike or simply browse the town. Be sure to check out Kirkland Galleries and Fine Arts Center, Hieronymus Mueller Museum and Mayor Oglesby Mansion.
Also be sure to check out the Avon Theatre, The Children's Museum of Illinois, Scovill Zoo, Millikin Jas Homestead, and the Lincoln Square Theatre.
Walk the historical Lincoln Square and Merchant Street and then gaze upon the scenic Lake Decatur and Nelson Park.