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4 days 14 hours ago

We are currently evaluating the timing for the installation of this year's ice rink. Watch here for updates and more! 

Ice Rink Information

 

Oak Brook Park District Winter Holiday Hours for the Family Recreation Center, Tennis Center, and Aquatic Center
7 months 2 weeks ago

December 24: All facilities will open as regularly scheduled and close at 1pm (aquatic center closes at 12:30pm)
December 25: All facilities closed
December 31: All facilities will open according to their regular schedule and close at 1pm (aquatic center closes at 12:30pm)
January 1, 2019: All facilities closed

Oak Brook Park District Swim Lessons are available in the Spring, Summer, Winter, and Fall!
18 hours 21 min ago

Oak Brook Park District’s youth swim instruction program is one of the park district’s most popular recreational offerings, and the system just got better.

Oak Brook Park District Winter Break Swim Hours
2 days 10 hours ago

Warm up winter break with our special open swim schedule! We've turned on the play features and waterslide for your whole family to enjoy!

Friday, December 21-Friday, January 4 Open Swim
Weekdays: 
12pm-9:30pm, Open Swim with features and slide
Weekends: 12pm-5:30pm, Open Swim with features and slide  

 

2 days 10 hours ago

A closed session to discuss the purchase or lease of real property for the use of the public body will be conducted at the December 17, 2018 Regular Meeting of the Oak Brook Park District Board of Commissioners.

On November 6, 2018, Oak Brook Park District residents approved a referendum to purchase and improve the 34 acres commonly known as the McDonald’s Soccer Fields located north of Central Park. Following the successful referendum, park district officials contacted McDonald’s officials to discuss the future of the property.