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The village of Orland Park is situated 25 miles southwest of Chicago and boasts the 2006 Money Magazine title of "45th Best Place to Live in America."
As of 2010, the U.S. Census reported that the village's population was just over 56,000 residents with an average household income of around $76,000.
One very popular tourist attraction Orland Park offers visitors is The Hostert Log Cabin Site located on West Avenue, near 147th Street. Maintained by the Orland Park Historical Society, the site features two log cabins standing in a wooded setting: the first originally built by Jacob Hostert in 1850 a few miles west of Orland Park. The second is a reconstructed cabin originally built in 1855 by Bernard Hostert (brother to Jacob) west of Will-Cook Road. The former is appointed with authentic period pieces from before 1860.