Naperville is a very large town, so I will only type about where I live. I live by about 4 parks, so there is always somewhere to play. The closest elementary schools are Naper, Highland, & Ellsworth. There are a few wooded areas, & some creeks, & ponds, but there is not a lot of wild life back. I live close to downtown Naperville, so I can always go shopping. There are tons of different stores. There is Anderson's Bookstore, Rainbow (Skate store), RQ (a skateboard store), Naperville Nuts & Candie, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Someplace Else, Oswalds (a drug store), Gap, Roco's (a deli), & much more. But downtown, there are other things than stores. There is the River Walk. It is a place that you can walk along by a river. But there are other things like Centennial Beach, the public pool, some parks, & other things of the sort. There is also Nicholas Library. By the train station, there is 5th Avenue which has tons of different stores inside, & there is also Kregers. Kregers is one of the few still family operated business.
There are tons of different community events. Such as ghost stories in the river walk around Halloween, a Haunted house around Halloween, there's the Last Fling around Labor Day, & in mid summer, there is the Rib Fest. As you can see, Naperville is a very happening town. And I encourage any one who is thinking about visiting the Chicago Area, to drop by Naperville.