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Danville (Illinois)

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Danville is a proud supporter of teenage pregnancy.  We have over 50 pregnancies at our local public high school and are proud to say we have more coming.
Danville is also are proud to be a home to illicit drugs, our favorite: weed.  In Danville, a large amount of our youth drinks and many smoke weed.  A fix of crack, heroin, or good old chrystal meth is also easy to come by in our great town, the only thing you can't find is a high schooler ready to pass AYP.
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Alcohol of course!

Revision as of 08:17, 16 June 2008

Danville [1] is a small city of about 34,000 in Central Illinois about 5 miles west of the Illinois-Indiana border and about 140 miles south of Chicago. The surrounding area is mostly flat, but boasts six county and state parks and preserves.

Get in

Danville and the surrounding area are served by Interstate 74 which runs east-west along the south side of the city. I-74 connects Danville to Champaign-Urbana in the west and Indianapolis in the east. Illinois Route 1 serves Danville and the surrounding area, running north-south through the city. It connects Danville to several smaller Vermilion County towns as well as Chicago to the north.

Get around

Danville is best seen by car, though it is possible to explore downtown Danville on foot. The county and state parks have trails for hiking in good weather, but the parks can generally be enjoyed by car as well.


Vermilion County Museum Danville War Museum Kennekuk Cove County Park Kickapoo State Park






  • Comfort Inn Danville Hotel, 383 Lynch Dr, +1 217 443-8004, [2]. Located conveniently off Interstate 74 we provide travelers high quality, safe and newly renovated guest rooms.
  • Sleep Inn Inn & Suites, 361 Lynch Dr, +1 217 442-6600, [3]. Located at the junction of I-74 and Lynch Rd (Exit 220), approximately 1 mile west of the Indiana State Line.

Get out

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