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Suggested at-home alternatives for a fun and safe Memorial Day weekend. We are asking preserve and trail visitors to spend the upcoming Memorial Day at Home. Over the three-day holiday weekend, preserves are traditionally
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Got a burning question about Lake County history or nature? Our professional educators have the answer. Email your questions to AskAnEducator@LCFPD.org.
An array of virtual nature and history programs, summer camps, school field trips, and digital resources are available.
Safeguard against auto burglary. When property is left unlocked or in plain view, it invites trouble.
May 07, 2020 02:07 PM
Though most forest preserves and trails remain open, several facilities are closed and all in-person education programs, volunteer projects, and special events have been canceled or modified in response to ongoing COVID-19 concerns.
Three golf courses operated by the Forest Preserves will open gradually over the next three weeks in compliance with the state's stay-at-home order extension.
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