Happy New Year from everyone at Lake Forest Parks & Recreation!
Winter & Spring Registration is open!
Resident Registration: Dec 4th
Non-Resident Registration: Dec 11th
The Friends of Lake Forest Parks and Recreation and the City of Lake Forest Parks and Recreation Department are collaborating to update the Parks and Recreation Department Master Plan. This Master Plan will provide recommendations for improvements over a 10-year period.
The Lake Forest Parks and Recreation Department serves almost 20,000 City residents with 17 parks, natural areas, and trails totaling over 200 acres, 2 facilities, and programs and events for all ages.
Opportunities exist to enrich the Parks and Recreation Department facilities, programs, and open space to improve the quality of life for residents. Your participation is crucial to the success of this project. Our survey is now closed, but please check back for updates.
Give to the Deerpath Golf Course Renovation Project!
Fundrasing is underway for the DPCG Renovation Project. Please consider a tax-deductible pledge or donation. Donations are accepted at the Recreation Center or online by clicking the links below.
You can download and print the Donation/Pledge Form here or pick one up at the Recreation Center. Thank you for your support!
Learn more about the history of the course, the project and how you can help by clicking here.
Donate to the DPCG Renovation Project
Looking for a unique gift idea?
Give an LF Parks & Recreation Gift Card
Gift cards can be used toward classes, activities, or events and are for sale at the main office and fitness center located at 400 Hastings Road. Cards can be purchased in any denomination. Your LFPR gift card may be used toward the cost of registering for classes or activities as well as for permits, rental fees, fitness passes, and drop-in usage fees. Call 847.234.6700 for more information.
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Services to Residents with Disabilities
NSSRA is a partnership that provides year-round recreation and leisure opportunities for children, teens, adults and seniors with disabilities. For more information about NSSRA, please call 847-509-9400, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or check their website, www.nssra.org. For information about NSSRA inclusion services in our programs, contact our office at 847-234-6700.