Bark Park half-year sale

Bark Park half-year sale Bark Park half-year sale

Fall Soccer registration

Fall Soccer registration Fall Soccer registration

Fall Ball registration

Fall Ball registration Fall Ball registration

MS – Be a Leader

MS – Be a Leader MS - Be a Leader

Teddy Bear Picnic

Teddy Bear Picnic Teddy Bear Picnic

Middle School Private Pool Party

Middle School Private Pool Party Middle School Private Pool Party

Foundation bike club

Foundation bike club Foundation bike club

CCMG Summer Hours

CCMG Summer Hours CCMG Summer Hours

CCWP pass sale

CCWP pass sale CCWP pass sale
LATEST NEWS

July 4 weekend specials

Join us 4th of July weekend for some fun! Coral Cove Water Park is having a climbing wall contest on Friday, July 3. Staff will be timing participants all day to see who can reach the top the fastest. Best times win a prize. The 4th of July parade starts at 10 am on Saturday at the corner of Lies and County Farm Roads and heads east down Lies to Town Center. Coyote Crossing is offering a buy one round of mini golf and get one round for free deal all day on the 4th. After your mini golf game, venture over to the other side of McCaslin Park and cool off on the new splash pad, or bring your basketball for a game of Bankshot. Have a safe and fun weekend!

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July is Park and Recreation Month

July is National Park and Recreation month, and we invite you to participate in an activity each day to live healthier, connect with nature, gather with family or friends, and to stay active. This calendar offers some ideas for each day of the month. See how many days you can cross off!

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Armstrong Park Update

Armstrong Park renovations are nearing completion. The group effort between the park district, county and village is focused on reducing flooding to the area. In addition, the park district improved the baseball fields, lighting to the fields, and renovated the hub area. A playground and sled hill was relocated. Work is underway to improve in-line skating court and replace pathways. The park is officially scheduled to reopen in Spring of 2016.

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Book & School Supply Drive

The Fountain View, Simkus and Elk Trail Recreation Centers are still collecting books and school supplies for recycling through the end of June. Bins are inside each lobby. All items donated will benefit local students and schools in need.

Items to recycle include: Gently used/new books, crayons, markers, pencils, notebooks, coloring books, construction paper, arts and craft supplies, painting supplies, etc.

Take your Dad fishing this Sunday!

Start off Father’s Day at our fishing derby. Enjoy a light breakfast by the pond as you try to catch the “big one”. Prizes awarded to participants who catch the largest fish in each of the age categories, including Dads! Bring your own fishing poles, bait and hooks. Catch and release is practiced. Special event is from 9:30 to 11:30 am and starts at Bierman Park.

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