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Watch your pup swim in Lake Michigan while enjoying the company of other dogs in this fun-filled FREE event!
The average child spends 1,200 hours per year on passive screen time! With the Every Day Outside Summer Challenge, we'll help you prioritize outdoor play with activities, ideas, and special FREE outdoor events just for participants. Every child that spends 100 days outside will get a special prize!
In celebration of Earth Day, join us as we clean up Glencoe parks and the lakefront! Upon arrival, participants will be assigned areas to clean. This FREE clean-up is co-sponsored by the Glencoe Sustainability Task Force.
Affectionate, warm, and covered in soft fur, there's nothing like cuddling with a new puppy! Sign your family group of 4 up for puppy fun. Each family group will enjoy a fifteen-minute timeslot to cuddle with two rescue puppies.
Our April-May Digital Program Guide is now available and spring registration is open. Classes start the week of April 5.
Summer camp may look a little different, but it will still be full of fun activities, special events, and outdoor play! Camp registration opens Tuesday, February 2 at 7 PM. Check out our digital camp guide to learn more. Please note, capacity is limited. We are working re-evaluate and open up waitlists.
Season passes will go on sale at 9 AM on Tuesday, March 16 for Glencoe residents. Non-resident pass sales start Tuesday, March 30 at 9 AM.
Our responses to frequently asked questions about Glencoe Beach
Our responses to Frequently Asked Questions about Summer Camp. Registration opens at 7 PM on Tuesday, February 2 for summer camp.
The Governor announced our region moved to Phase 4 mitigations on February 1.
Read our response to frequently asked safety questions regarding classes and programs for adults, youth, and preschoolers.
Stay up to date on Park District events, news, and special events.
Connect Glencoe will activate a series of linear parks along Old Green Bay Road between Maple Hill and Hazel Avenues. The project will connect five separate parks with a meandering path that will connect users to various gardens, activity amenities, a new playground called Duke Park, an interactive water feature, a sculpture, as well as downtown businesses, the lakefront, and the train station.
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
Friday, April 16, 2021
Wednesday, March 17, 2021
Thursday, April 22, 2021
Saturday, April 24, 2021