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Litchfield boasts the best offering of shopping opportunities for residents of the area. The vibrant downtown is home to multi-generational, family-owned businesses that have been committed to providing quality products and services to the residents for decades as well as new niche market establishments.
The west side "Gold Coast" has experienced renewed activity reminiscent with the boom that occurred when Route 66 evolved to become "America’s Main Street" bringing cross country travelers as well as those who lived alongside, into the community in search of food, lodging, goods and services.
"Go West" was taken literally by the many developers and businesses that built in a westerly direction toward Interstate 55. In this area, the supermarkets thrive and strip malls abound with shops that offer products to fill every need and want any time of the day or night.
In the past two years, several new businesses have opened and two new major commercial developments have joined the scene, along with some smaller commercial subdivisions. In this area, one can find typical interstate cluster businesses offering overnight lodging, food, recreation, and vehicle services. The newest westward expansion, Route 66 Crossing at Litchfield, offers over 110 acres of commercial sites adjacent to I-55 with new businesses opening regularly. Experience a cruise down Corvette Drive, Litchfield’s newest thoroughfare and see the excitement that Litchfield has to offer its shoppers.
Regardless of where you choose to shop in Litchfield, you will be greeted by warm and friendly merchants who are ready to meet all of your shopping needs from basic to luxury. When you think groceries, automotive supplies, antiques, one-of-a-kind’s, farm supplies, sweet treats, pets, apparel, shoes, furniture, appliances, sight and sound, hobbies, beauty supplies, hardware, sporting goods, motorcycles, precious stones and precious metals, books, building products, interior and exterior decorating supplies, health care needs, flowers and plants, computers, crafts, cabinetry, investments, party supplies, automobiles, carpet and floor covering, collectibles, and more, think Litchfield.