February 28, 2022 10:27 AM
As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, we continue to follow CDC guidelines and work in close coordination with the Lake County Health Department and other local partners.
Check These Maps Before Heading Out
For temporary preserve trail and underpass closures view this interactive map. Public access is restricted at closed trails and underpasses. Please follow signage, and use caution around closures, construction or detour zones.
If a parking lot is full, use this interactive trail map to find another nearby preserve.
The Dunn Museum in Libertyville is open. Plan your visit today. View our calendar for a list of virtual history programs.
Education Programs and Events
Our current COVID-19 program protocols are as follows:
Masks are recommended for indoor programs.
Do not participate if you or members of your group are experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19 prior to arriving at a program. If you need to cancel a registration email us at AskAnEducator@LCFPD.org.
Respect directions given by staff during a program and please practice kindness. We are here to help and are looking out for each participant’s health and safety.
Virtual programs are available. See calendar for details.
Bring the outside in by following the Lake County Forest Preserves (@LCFPD) on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter for inspiration and updates.
Restoration workdays and other volunteer activities have been modified in response to ongoing COVID-19 concerns. Submit a Volunteer Interest Form. We will contact you about available projects.
For customer service questions related to rentals or permits, or for general information, please call 847-367-6640, email forestpreserves@LCFPD.org, or visit our Contact Us page.
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