There are an abundance of outdoor and indoor activities to occupy your time in the Lake Zurich area. The parks and recreation department manages several programs and parks throughout the year. While indoors facilities offer several recreation options as well.
Lake Barrington Field House
The Lake Barrington Field House has become the ultimate destination for Lake Zurich area athletes, fans and anyone who loves sports. As the largest multi-sport and fitness complex in the Midwest, LBFH is a state-of-the-art, 175,000-square-foot facility and is often used by local professional sports teams, offering a turf field for football, softball, baseball, soccer, lacrosse and more. Solid maple floating hardwood floors also allow the four basketball courts and eight volleyball courts a safe and most forgiving court surface for any competition. LBFH is also equipped with a concession area, top-of-the-line workout equipment, meeting areas, team rooms and much more.
Founded in 2008 by the United Sports Organization of Barrington, a nonprofit corporation, the LBFH was built to benefit all areas of athletics and improve athletic skills and development. Here is where athletes of all ages can come when looking to improve their performance or gain a competitive edge. The faculty helps athletes to improve their game by offering this indoor facility where they can compete without disruptions from the often-extreme weather conditions of Northern Illinois.
The center offers group fitness classes, personal training, sports performance, senior programming and much more! While sports activities here are played to the highest performance level, the adaptability of the facility offers many different types of activities to take place, such as; trade shows, fundraisers, community special events and sports tournaments. With an experienced and helpful staff, the best experience for all activities can be experienced at LBFH.
Originating from southern California in an industry that is often obsessed with fad and fashion, the newly opened LA Fitness on Rand Road in Lake Zurich is focusing on the one lifelong benefit valued by everyone: good health.
The 43,000-square-foot club is equipped with a 25-yard lap pool, state-of-the-art cardio and weight training equipment, free weights, basketball courts, a sauna, spa and much more. With this wide range of amenities, including group fitness classes and leagues, LA Fitness provides fun and effective workout options to members of all ages and interests. Knowing that a healthy society depends on the wellbeing of everyone that comprises it, LA Fitness puts emphasis on providing members the best fitness experience possible.
LA Fitness is committed to understanding and meeting the distinct needs of the Lake Zurich community through the many amenities they offer.
Fogila YMCA of Metro Chicago
As the nation’s leading nonprofit that is committed to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, the Lake Zurich Foglia Y provides countless recreational opportunities in the area. This state-of-the-art center is equipped with a 13,000-square-foot Healthy Lifestyle Center that includes two complete lines of computerized strength training equipment, a large free weight area, cardiovascular equipment, personal training studio, designated stretching areas and a fully trained staff to help with all fitness needs.
Those looking for more of an adventure can discover the 25-foot-high indoor rock climbing wall, complete with nine auto-belay systems, a high ropes adventure course, a 25-yard lap pool or a warm water instructional pool. There are bountiful options for recreation here. The Foglia Y also features basketball courts, an outdoor playground, sports and soccer fields, sand volleyball and countless youth and adult programs.
Proven to be a great place for indoor and outdoor recreation for the area, but the Y is also known for its programs. The many programs offered for youth and adults promote healthy sprit, body and mind in each individual and in the community. Programs range from camps, child care and education, health and wellness, and arts and community service.
While YMCAs are traditionally known as a place for exercising, today they are becoming great places to work on the arts, including dance, drawing, drama, cooking, music and more. Different programs are offered for a creative outlet for kids and adults who crave a balanced life. YMCAs are not just for sports and physical recreation anymore. Today, they focus on a well-rounded individual through many different types of recreation.