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COMMUNITY OVERVIEW


complete free weight training area and extensive schedule of group exercise classes. Exclusive locker-rooms, hand and shower towel services are also available.


Located at the Grove Cultural Campus just east of Ridge Road, Stirling Hall Arts & Activities Center houses a fully equipped, professionally staffed ceramics studio, with Soda, Raku and High Fire Reduction kilns that provide classes for adults and children. Studio space and classes are also provided for other art activities, such as drawing, mixed media, mosaics and more.


The Wildlife Discovery Center is located in the historic Elawa Farm facility on Middlefork Drive off Waukegan Road. This facility houses the public viewing area for the Center’s amazing reptile and amphibian collection. Other attractions include the outdoor raptor exhibits, Grass is Rattling venomous reptile exhibit, education programs, conservation classes, nature hikes in our outdoor classroom on the Middlefork Savanna, bird and wildlife watching, fitness walking and bicycling.


The Ridge Teams Course is a series of mental challenges and physical obstacles that help build trust, support, integrity, self-awareness, communication, problem solving skills and leadership development. If you are interested in signing up your group, contact our office at 234-6700.


Providing recreation for more than 80 years, the Deerpath Golf Course, located on Deerpath


Road, is one of the oldest and finest municipal courses in the Midwest, with a driving range, lesson program and complete pro shop with clubhouse services. The Sandwedge Grill, which is open to the public, offers a variety of menu items. This public 18-hole course measures 6,255 yards with a par 70 for men and 5,487 yards with a par 72 for women.


Visitors to the 29-plus acre Forest Park Beach, located on Lake Road, can enjoy the large beach and grass areas, swimming, boating and other water activities. Open year-round, park amenities include sheltered pavilions, grills, a fishing pier, sand volleyball, boat launch and storage area, walking paths and a concession stand during the summer months. For current water and air temperatures, lake conditions and information on beach closure, call the Forest Park Beach Hotline at 234-6702, press 8. A Lake Forest vehicle sticker is required for parking.


If you are interested in reserving a park facility for a family outing, or need information on our great programs, special events or facilities, you can find it online at www.cityoflakeforest.com under Parks and Recreation.


Special Recreation


The Lake Bluff Park District and Lake Forest’s Recreation Department are members of the Northern Suburban Special Recreation Association (NSSRA), which provides recreation


programs for adults and children with mental, physical and emotional disabilities.


There are 12 area communities participating in NSSRA year-round programs, with programs tailored to meet the special needs of each participant.


For more information, call NSSRA at 509-9400. Offices are located at 3150 MacArthur Blvd., Northbrook, 60062. Information on NSSRA programs is also available through the Lake Forest Recreation Department and Lake Bluff Park District offices. www.nssra.org


Lake Forest-Lake Bluff


Senior Center 100 E. Old Mill Road, Lake Forest Phone: 234-2209


The Lake Forest-Lake Bluff Senior Center serves residents 50 years of age and older from Lake Forest and Lake Bluff. The center offers a diverse program of enriching activities to meet the creative, educational and recreational needs of seniors. Services to help older adults maintain their independence are also available, such as transportation and social services. A newsletter listing our current program schedule is available by calling the center at 234-2209.


Historic Market Square of Lake Forest Broadacre Management Company


5 Market Square Court, Lake Forest


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