About Buffalo Grove
Buffalo Grove is a village located in Lake and Cook counties of Illinois. The village was incorporated in 1958. This area was originally inhabited by Native American Potawatomi and the village received its name from translating the “Buffalo Creek” from Potawatomi. The total area of Buffalo Grove is 9.58 square miles. According to the 2020 census, the population is about 43,000 people.
To learn more about the history of this village, you may visit the Raup Museum, which is operated by Buffalo Grove Park District. Take a walk around the village and explore some beautiful gothic churches. If you’re looking for a place to go shopping, you may visit the Buffalo Grove Town Center. You can visit the bowling and arcade area nearby.
If you happen to be here in September, don’t miss out on the Buffalo Grove Days festival.