1019 W. Lincoln Hwy
Schererville, IN 46375
Phone: (219) 865-9500
Fax: (219) 865-9520
It is a county park and historical museum located in Lowell, Indiana, and is operated by Lake County Parks. It is said to have been built by the Buckleys, who were Irish immigrants to the country. After four generations lived there, they donated the farm to the Lake County Parks in the year 1977. The park has a visitors' center, house museum, the farm and a garden. Many events are held annually including the World War II tributary event and the legendary Sleepy Hollow. It is open for public visits every day year round.
The Two 18-hole Bent grass courses, Port and Starboard, at Harborside International Golf Center are open to the public. Even though this is a public course, many consider it as fine as the best private courses. This place offers various facilities. Green fees on a weekday for a 18-hole is USD65; gas carts are included. Tee times are accepted up to 14 days in advance. There is a dress policy - no denim and collared shirt. Bermuda shorts are required.
This really is a truly massive venue. Boasting itself as the largest amphitheater in the Chicago area, this 400,000-seat arena can accommodate any and all sporting, music, or organizational events. Throughout the venue, there are different types of seating from floor, front row, stadium, and the ever-popular lawn area. Check out the events that are happening so you can experience this enormous venue for yourself.
This Sports Center is named after the renowned Chicago business tycoon, Jacoby D. Dickens. Completely equipped with all the sports facilities like the gymnasium,basketball and volleyball courts,training and locker rooms; the center has 2500 seats for the spectators. Much more advanced facilities are added to make the place yet better for the sports people. So do check out for the latest match lined up here.
Famous for its "Roll Bounce" movie auditions, The Rink is perfect for a day of fun. There is also a smaller rink in case you are not confident of your skating skills. Along with skating one can also enjoy the pool table, ping pong and arcade games. A great place for family outing. Alcohol is not allowed.
Built in 1906 as a private country club, this very amenable, well-maintained 9-hole Bent grass course with water play is now a Chicago Park District course. Amenities included pro shop, club rental and snack bar. The views of the lake and the skyline are inspiring. Tee times are accepted up 90 days in advance.
The Gary Comer Youth Center, located in the city of Chicago is a great place to take the kids to. The center was started in order to help children take part in the right extra-curricular activities and get their lives on the right track, in a warm, safe and welcoming environment. Several events take place here, including plays and other theatrical acts by the kids. There are programs for art and culture, health and fitness, civic engagement and other areas for an overall personality development of the kids.
A traditional, 18-hole Bent grass course with water play. Built in 1899 near the site of the Columbian Exposition of 1893, the grounds are well-tended with pro shop, on-site Pro, driving range and snack bar. Caddie and pull cart rental are available but no there's no gas or electric cart rental. Ask about twilight, junior and senior rates. Tee times are accepted up to 90 days in advance.
Beautiful 18 hole, championship golf course has deep bunkers and water hazards coming into play on some of the holes. The pro golf shop on site offers name brand apparel and equipment. Professional golf instruction is also available.
Built by local teens and professional skaters in conjunction with architects, this is a sort of paradise for in-line skating enthusiasts. You will have to find your way down to Orland Park's Centennial Park, but the trip is worth the effort. There are 25,000 square feet of winding trails, concrete half-pipes and stairs for climbing, tricking on or merely rolling by.
Winter sports enthusiasts will enjoy an invigorating workout in the open air. Built upon the grounds of Midway Plaisance Park, this outdoor Olympic-size rink offers a modern design and well-maintained ice with lots of room to maneuver. Skaters can warm up after their excursion in any of several historic sites throughout the area. Admission is free with a small charge for skate rentals.
This 15,000 square foot outdoor park is perfect for inline skating and skateboarding. Features include four and six foot quarter pipes, street spines, pyramids, and grind rails.