*NEW* Spring/Summer 2017 Pathfinder

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Bellaboo's Play and Discovery Center


Deep River Waterpark


Turkey Creek Golf Course


Conway Observatory and CAS web link


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The Lake County Parks Department is committed to providing quality parks and open spaces along with many recreational, cultural, and educational opportunities for the use an enjoyment of all Lake County residents and visitors.

 

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Maple Syrup Time is almost here! Come out to Deep River County Park on March 11th, 12th, 18th, or 19th for this annual treat!

Click the photo to get more details on what to expect from your Maple Syrup experience!

Cross Country Skiing at Stoney Run and Lemon Lake
(weather permitting)

Sledding at Oak Ridge Prairie & Lemon Lake
(weather permitting)

 
 Busy Boo Avenue  

Bellaboo's Play and Discovery Center

Anyone who has raised a child, watched a child, or remembers being a child knows that children PLAY - and through play they learn. That's why Bellaboo's is designed for children ages 9 and younger. Click the photo for details about Bellaboo's many fun activities. 

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Did You know that in 2018 the Lake County Parks will celebrate 50 years?

Stay tuned to learn what exciting new things will come in the next 50 years!

Exploring Nature

Leave No Child Inside

Leave No Child InsideParticipation in outdoor activities in natural settings increases self-esteem, decreases Attention-Deficit Disorder symptoms, and contributes to early learning, emotional and physical development of children. Click photo.

 


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For reservations and more information about the Lake County Parks Call 219-769-PARK
Mon-Fri 8:30am to 4:30pm Central Time (Chicago Time)

Lake County Parks and Recreation Department Corporate Office
8411 East Lincoln Highway, Crown Point, Indiana 46307
Just west of Deep River WaterparK 4.5 miles east of I-65 on Route 30