Happening in Education
In-person and virtual programs are available. Self-guided group visits can now be booked at the Dunn Museum on Wednesdays and Fridays at select times. To find out more, or to book a visit, email AskAnEducator@LCFPD.org.
In addition to our award-winning facilities and preserves, we also offer many programs and events throughout the year. Check the calendar to browse upcoming events and register online. For program updates outside of normal business hours, call 847-968-3113.
Connect With History And Nature
You'd be amazed at what a one-hour walk with one of our skilled and friendly naturalists will do for you. You'll see the woods through new eyes after joining one of our fun and casual programs. The wild places we explore are stunning: this isn't the Lake County you see from the highway. Treat yourself to wildflowers, maple syruping, bird songs and more.
Science Explorers in Nature
Science Explorers in Nature inspires middle school students from underserved communities to embrace science and advanced education opportunities. Each year, 36 students participate in this free four-week program. Students conduct hands-on scientific experiments, explore Lake County’s biodiversity and participate in team learning activities. Learn more »