The village of Schaumburg was originally settled in the mid-19th century, and was owned by German immigrants until the 1930s. It was officially incorporated in 1956, and has been thriving virtually ever since.
Today, it’s known for being home to Woodfield Mall, the 11th largest mall in America. Because of its proximity to Chicago as well as the beautiful natural attractions that surround it, Schaumburg enjoys a perfect blend of big city life and rural beauty.
After a day of hiking, boating on Des Plaines River or making an excursion to Chicago, Schaumburg residents’ favorite way to relax is with a stress-melting dip in one of our hot tubs.