Click here to purchase a season pass. Fees for skating passes are as follows (R/NR):
- All Access Skating/Hockey Pass: $60/120 R/NR (Includes access 7-days per week to all open skate, open broomball and open hockey)
- 5 Visit Guest Passes: $50/75* R/NR
- 10 Visit Guest Passes: $100/150* R/NR
Season passes are required Friday-Sunday to attend open skate, hockey, or broomball.
Only season pass holders will be able to skate at Watts on weekends, Friday-Sunday. Limited daily admission tickets will be sold online for weekday skates (Monday-Thursday). Daily admission tickets will not be sold on weekends (Friday-Sunday). Click here for daily admission tickets. Ticket sales end 1-hour prior to the scheduled skate. Call the rink at 847-835-4440 for availability of purchasing admission at the door Monday-Thursday only.
No, class participants do not need a season pass to participate in a skating or hockey class. Participants must register for classes in advance; the complete schedule of classes is available here.
No, our new All Access pass allows anyone with a season pass to participate in Open Skate, Open Hockey, or Open Broomball. Hockey helmets are required for all open hockey participants.
Masks are not required while outside skating or playing hockey.
Yes. Skate rentals will be $5/use. Skate aids will be available for FREE upon request at the facility.
Yes. There is limited availability for ice rentals. For more information, please click here.
Resident passes will go on sale on March 10, 2022, at 7 AM. Non-residents may begin purchasing passes on Monday, March 14 at 9 AM.
If this is your first time purchasing a Glencoe Park District pass, you will get it the first time you visit the beach. You will be asked to present a valid ID to pick up the pass. If you have purchased a pass from Glencoe Park District in the past (Beach or Watts), you can use the same card you used last year. If you lost your card, you can ask for a replacement the first time you visit the beach if you present a valid ID.
Resident passes are $35 per person. Non-resident passes are $70 per person.
Glencoe residents age 65+ are FREE but must register in advance at the Takiff Center for the pass. Senior non-resident passes are $70 per person.
Northbrook seniors must purchase a pass at the individual resident rate ($35/person).
Children under age 2 are FREE. Children age 2 or older must purchase a season pass ($35/resident, $70/non-resident) or pay the daily admission fee ($10/resident, $20/non-resident plus processing fee).
You may purchase one season pass for each member of your immediate household.
Yes. To purchase a pass, the nanny must reside in the household or work in Glencoe 30+ hours a week. If not, the nanny may be added at the non-resident rate beginning March 30.
Yes, all guests wishing to enter the beach without a season pass can purchase a daily ticket at the rates of $10/resident (plus processing fee) and $20/non-resident (plus processing fee). Children under age 2 are free. Daily tickets may not be used on weekends (Saturday-Sunday), or holidays (Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day).
We will follow state and local health department guidelines pertaining to masks mandates.
Sun shelters are available daily 10 AM-2:15 PM or 2:45-7 PM. Advance reservations are limited to season pass holders and can be made here. All others must visit the Beach House for same-day availability. Time slots for Sun Shelters 1-4 are each $45 (season pass holders) or $80 (non-pass holders). Time slots at Sun Shelter 5 are each $90 (season pass holders) or $160 (non-pass holders).
*Daily admission fees are not included in the Sun Shelter rental fee. Season pass holders can purchase guest passes to bring non-season pass holders to rental or guests can purchase a daily admission ticket (only available on weekday afternoons).
Guest passes are available for purchase by season pass holders only. Two 10 visit guest passes per household will be available to purchase ($50/residents or $100/non-residents).
Log in to your household account. If you have not yet created one, CLICK HERE to begin the set-up process. To register for an activity, either enter the Activity # (found in the seasonal program guide) or search for activities by type, age of the participant, or keyword. Add the activity to your cart by clicking the shopping cart icon. Once you have confirmed the activity or activities you want to register for, proceed to the checkout. You will need to enter your credit card number (Visa or MasterCard) and then click submit.
First and foremost, you need to be sure you have created your Household/Account. Once you submit your household information form, registration staff will review it to confirm residency and notify you via email within one (1) business day that your account has been activated. Note: Your household will be pending until we can verify your information. If you need this expedited, please call our office during normal business hours, Monday thru Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. To use the Park District’s online registration system, you need your Username (Email address), Password, a Visa or MasterCard, & again, a valid email address for confirmation.
- New Glencoe Beach Passes and New Watts Skating Passes
- Children's Circle Full-Day Preschool
- Early Learning Center Preschool Programs
- Glencoe Junior Kindergarten Programs
- Kids Club Programs
- New Glencoe Fitness Passes
However, registrations for all of the above programs may take place at the Glencoe Park District administrative offices, located at the Takiff Center, 999 Green Bay Road, Monday thru Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.
Registration also is accepted by email, mail, in-person, and by fax.
As soon as registration opens for a specific season, you will be able to register online.
No. Each Household has its own Username and Password. Only immediate family members living in the same Household can be on your account.
Anyone who rents or owns a residence within the boundaries of the Glencoe Park District is a Park District resident. Look for Glencoe Park District on your property tax statement. If you have any questions, please call the Registration Office at (847) 835-3030.
If you forgot your Password CLICK HERE and the system will email you your password. You must provide the email address currently on file in the system. To verify an email address please call the Registration Office at (847) 835-3030.
Changing your Password is easily accomplished. When you enter your Username and your existing Password, click on the “Change Password” button. You will be asked to enter your old Password, your new Password, and then to reenter your new Password for confirmation. Click on the “Submit Change” button and your Password is changed.
Please contact the Registration Office at (847) 835-3030 and a Registration Staff member will be available to assist you, Monday - Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.
Bring new proof of residency documents to the Takiff Center Registration Office.
Yes. We have taken many steps to safeguard your personal information and protect your transactions. Trustwave has certified our internet registration system as being PCI compliant for the security of our customer's credit card information. In addition, our servers use 128-bit encryption technology, the highest form of encryption available to the public.
You do not need to know the Activity number to search for programs. You can search by class title, subject, keyword or category.
Although staff make every effort to ensure each issue of the Program Guide/Brochure is free from errors, there are times when errors or revisions in dates, times, fees, or instructors do occur. Please know that the information online is the most current and up-to-date.
No. When you set up your family Household, you’ll be asked to read our waiver. You must consent to the waiver to be eligible to register for any Park District class online.
Yes, registration staff will be available to assist you, Monday - Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. Please call the Registration Office at (847) 835-3030.
Print your receipt after your registration is complete. Log-in at any time to view your Household activity on the My Account page with your Username and Password. Your Household displays classes currently registered, as well as a history of classes taken previously.
To request a drop/withdrawal from a program, please call our office at (847) 835-3030.
Our staff will contact you, via email or phone, if an opening becomes available.
Yes. Programs that are under-enrolled may be cancelled. In that case, you will be notified either by phone, or email.
If you did not get placed in a program and remain on the Wait List, you may call to be dropped from the Wait List, so that a full refund can be generated. Otherwise, you will automatically receive a refund by the method in which you paid, i.e., if no class openings become available after 30 days from the start of a program. Charge card refunds will show up on your charge card statement.
Your account balance will appear in the payment screen during the registration checkout process, and any credits will be applied automatically to your payment. Or CLICK HERE.
You cannot register for any Glencoe Park District programs/activities if you have a past due balance without first paying for the balance due. Exceptions may apply to a facility rental or a billed program like Early Learning Center, Children’s Circle, or Kids Club. You may also pay past due balances online, via your Household Account.
Class transfers cannot be processed online. If you need to request a transfer, please call the Registration Office at (847) 835-3030.
If a program fills, you may be placed on the wait list. Participants will be notified if openings become available or new classes are formed. Subsequently, registrants will be issued a full refund if no openings become available or no new classes are formed.
If minimum registration requirements are not met, the Park District may cancel a class up to one week, but no less than three days prior to its start date. In this case, you will receive a full refund.
Yes, you will receive a confirmation email on all registrations, cancellations and transfers made. Please be sure that we have your current email address on file. Your email receipt will act as the only form of confirmation for your registration.
Anyone in Grade 3 or above should attend the skill evaluation in order to accurately divide teams.
In the spirit of competition, the park district does not accept friendship requests.
If you are unable to attend a game, contact the head coach of your team.
Your coach will contact you if a game/practice is canceled. You can also call the sports hotline at (847) 258-9050 or sign up for text/email/mobile notifications from RainOut Line.
Skill evaluations (not try-outs) are run for the purpose of distributing talent as evenly as possible throughout the league. As much as we try, this is not a scientific process.
Volunteer coaches lead practices (Grades 3-6) and Saturday games (Grades 1-6). The basketball program requires a lot of energy from a thoughtful, creative, concerned group of volunteer coaches comprised of parents and other adults who love sports and instructing children. Effective coaches fully support a positive youth sports philosophy in their attitude and behavior at practice, games, and events. You help the players learn skills, discuss fair play, and most of all, have fun. Look at coaching as an opportunity not only to teach sports skills but also to achieve something far more significant –helping children reach their full potential. Interested volunteer coaches should fill out a Coach Application. Download the application at glencoeparkdistrict.com or pick up an application at the Takiff Center, 999 Green Bay Road, Glencoe. All volunteer coaches are required to submit a background check and attend a pre-season meeting on Thursday, December 8.