Creating Community through People, Parks and Programs
Closed for the 2023 Season
Opens Friday before Memorial Day and will close the Tuesday after Labor Day.
Lindenhurst Park District requires a Rental Permit or Special Use Permit for any gathering of 15 people or more at any Lindenhurst Park District park, shelter, field, or facility. Additionally, any organized groups and/or businesses may not conduct classes/camps/practices/rehearsals/training/meetings on Park District Property, regardless of group size, without a Rental or Special Use Permit.
Oak Ridge Park Hours: Sunrise to Sunset Splash Pad Hours: These hours are subject to change to accommodate our camps, rentals, and special events.
Monday-Thursday 10:00am-12:00pm & 2:00pm-8:00pm
Friday 10:00am-12:00pm & 2:00pm-6:00pm
Oak Ridge Park, 600 Independence Blvd. sits nestled in Heritage Trails Subdivision. Head down Independence Blvd., and you’ll see our signage on the south side of the road.
Features include a shelter with restrooms, splash pad, picnic tables, water fountain, archaeological sand dig site, and 9-hole disc golf course, soccer fields, and paved walk/bike trails connected to Lake County Forest Preserve.
Beaches Hours-Sunrise to Sunset
Beaches are available for swimming at your own risk during posted hours. For a list of rules and regulations, please click here. The lakes are managed under the auspices of the Village of Lindenhurst Lakes Commission.
Locations Linden’s Landing, 2100 Sprucewood Lane. Features include a beach, sand volleyball, fishing, picnic area, parking, shelter (permit needed), and restrooms (summer only). Meyer’s Beach, 325 High Point Drive. Features include a beach, picnic area, parking, and restrooms (summer only).