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The young, progressive park district, with its numerous facilities, unique features and vast program offerings is recognized nationally as an outstanding park district for its size. The Bolingbrook Park District offers...

Programs - Choose from over 1600 recreational, cultural and self-improvement programs. All activities are planned for all different ages and times of the year.

Parks - The district operates and maintains 27 neighborhood parks scattered throughout Bolingbrook. Additionally, there are 10 school/park sites as a result of an intergovernmental agreement between the Park District and Valley View School District.

 

Bolingbrook Recreation and Aquatic Complex - 200 S. Lindsey Lane - (630) 759-2722
The district’s newest facility contains 68,000 square feet of unlimited recreational opportunities. It features: two full size volleyball courts; dance studio; aerobics room; two early childhood rooms: an indoor playground, fitness center with areas for cardiovascular exercise, weight machines and free weights; a gymnastics & tumbling area; an aquatic complex with two indoor pools with water toys, hot tub and water slide; and an outdoor water park with a sundeck, play areas, water toys, water-slides, sand volleyball and concessions.

Lifestyles II - 201 Recreation Drive - (630) 739-0272
A full service health club with four racquetball courts, weight machines, free weights, aerobic equipment, saunas, co-ed whirlpool, walleyball and fitness program.

graphicBoughton Ridge Golf Course - 335 East Boughton Road - (630) 739-4100
Situated on 45 beautiful acres, this 9 - hole executive length course stretches over 2,200 challenging yards. Watered fairways, tees and greens provide lush turf.

The Tenth Hole Pub - 335 East Boughton Road - (630) 739-2377
A cozy establishment open year round serving your favorite refreshments and food. In the summer one can relax on the patio overlooking the golf course and in the winter warm up at the fireplace inside. There is also a big screen television to watch your favorite sporting events.

Hidden Lakes Historic Trout Farm - 425 Trout Farm Road
A semi-wooded 15 acre sanctuary for wildlife and sport fishing. Four fishing ponds challenge anglers for bass, catfish and bluegill. The undisturbed natural environment lends itself to numerous outdoor education and appreciation experiences.
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earning Center: (630) 759-8199
Bait Shop: (630) 759-2381

Annerino Community Center - 201 Recreation Drive (630) 739-0272
Located in Central Park, the Community Center is the hub of activity in the Park District. The Center houses a gymnasium with a hardwood floor, complete with locker room facilities, two pre-schools, two multi-purpose rooms, a conference room and the administrative headquarters of the district.

Deatherage/Drdak Center - 230 E.Briarcliff Road (630) 739-1300
A multi-use programming center with large kitchen facilities, ideal for community meetings and home to the Special Recreation Association.

Pelican Harbor Aquatic Park - 200 S. Lindsey Lane (630) 759-1166
An exciting outdoor aquatic complex with a "beach entry" zero depth pool, two thrilling waterslides, a colorful spray playground, sand volleyball and innovative programs.

Lifestyles Fitness Center - 200 S. Lindsey Lane (630) 759-2727
4,000 square feet of the latest state of the art fitness equipment. Special services include fitness testing, personal training and massage.

 

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