Homer to Kempton road trip

Homer to Kempton road trip

A post office was established at the site of Kempton in 1869 and called Sugar Loaf. The name of the post office was changed to Kempton in 1878, when the village was founded and named after its founder, Wright Kemp.

If you’re planning this same drive and want to know all about it – how long it is, how long it takes, and where to stop along the way – read on. By the end of this post, you’ll know everything about the drive between Homer and Kempton.

How far is Kempton from Homer?

As the crow flies, it’s roughly 64 miles between Homer and Kempton. Luckily, we can’t skip over all the good stuff and have to drive – that means seeing some of the sights and countryside between these two points.

For driving, it is roughly 93 miles or 149 km between Homer and Kempton. This may vary slightly depending on your start and end points.

Homer to Kempton drive hours

In terms of travel time by car, the 93 miles drive from Homer to Kempton takes 2 hours . Again, your final drive time depends on where you start in Homer and end in Kempton.

As 93 miles is roughly one tank of gas, you may or may not need to stop for gas along the way; there are plenty of options along these major roads.

Homer to Kempton road trip

Realistically, you're not going to want to drive without stopping all the way from Homer to Kempton, especially if you're the main driver. So let's say you're actually planning a road trip to Kempton, and you need to stop along the way to rest. Plus if it's a real road trip, you might want to check out interesting stops along the way, eat at great restaurants, and find a hotel to stay overnight. That's what we are perfect for, helping you figure out travel plans in detail.

Let's say you're actually planning a road trip to Kempton, and you want to stop on the way to explore. If it's a real road trip, you might want to check out interesting places along the way, or maybe eat at a great restaurant. That's what we are perfect for, helping you figure out travel plans in detail.

Road trip: 1 days of driving

With the full itinerary planned out, we can estimate your total travel time for this trip.

Travel time: 2 hours on the road

Itinerary

Start at Homer.

Drive for about 1.9 hours and arrive in Kempton

Homer to Kempton airports and flights

To give you a better estimate of real-life travel, we've put together a flight itinerary with actual airports. Eventually you'll be able to customize this plan, choosing your own airports and flights. But for now, here's an example we've selected to give you an idea of how traveling might work between airports.

Departure airport: University of Illinois Willard Airport (CMI)

Arrival airport: Central Illinois Regional Airport at Bloomington-Normal (BMI)

With the airports selected, we can estimate the travel time to and from the airport, based on how far the airport is from downtown.

Getting to the airport: 41 minutes

Getting to your destination: 1 hour 32 minutes

Now finally, let's look at an example flight from CMI to BMI and figure out how long it would take to fly including take-off and landing, and time to taxi on the runway.

Commercial flight time:

So now we can finally get an idea of the total travel time from Homer to Kempton including time spent getting to/from the airports, an estimated wait time of 2 hours at the airport for TSA security lines and waiting at the gate, and the actual flight itself.

Total travel time: 4 hours 18 minutes

Flying non-stop from Homer to Kempton

Now let's assume you have a private jet and you can fly in the fastest possible straight line between Homer and Kempton. Because of the curvature of the Earth, the shortest distance is actually the "great circle" distance, or "as the crow flies" which is calculated using an iterative Vincenty formula.

Flight time from Homer, Illinois to Kempton, Illinois is under avarage conditions.

Our flight time calculator assumes an average flight speed for a commercial airliner of 500 mph, which is equivalent to 805 km/hr or 434 knots.

Actual flight times may vary depending on aircraft type, cruise speed, routing, weather conditions, passenger load, and other factors.