Spring Lake Park

Spring Lake Park

Address: 49 Oxford Drive

Spring Lake Park is the "heart of Lincolnshire". This park was the first Village Park and has been the site for the annual 4th of July celebration for more than 50 years. What was once an "old fashioned swimming hole" is now a beautiful lake with shallow area for small children and slide for older children.

The Park is approximately 8 acres in size and provides a wide assortment of recreational opportunities:

  • 1 acre Swimming Beach and Fishing Pond (catch and release only)
  • 1 Tennis Court (view Tennis Court Rules)
  • Basketball Court
  • 1 Volleyball Court
  • Playground
  • Picnic Area with Grills
  • Baseball/Softball (Landon Field)
  • ADA Accessible Pedestrian Path
  • Drinking Fountain
  • Restrooms
  • Parking Lot
  • Bluestar Memorial Garden

Spring Lake Park Playground

View Spring Lake Beach Rules

Beach Season

  • Pre Season (weekends only): May 25th - June 9th
  • Regular Season: June 10th - August 16th
  • Post Season (weekends only): August 17th - September 2nd

Lifeguards are on duty 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. weather permitting. If there are no lifeguards on duty, swimmers swim at their own risk.

Beach Fees

Season Pass Fees

  • Resident Individual: $20.00
  • Resident Family (Max. 5): $50.00
  • Additional passes for Resident Family: $10.00 each
  • Non-Resident Individual: $40.00
  • Non-Resident Family (Max. 5): $100.00
  • Additional passes for Non-Resident Family: $20.00 each

Season passes are available for purchase at the Village Hall. You may also print the application form, fill it in, and mail it with a check to the Village. To avoid delays in processing your request please read the Season Tag Policies on the form. Residents should allow seven business days from the date received by the Village for processing the request. Your tags will be available for pick up from the lifeguards at the beach during regular business hours.

If you have any questions about the policy you may contact the Public Works Department at 847.913.2360.

Daily Pass Fees

  • Resident: $3.00 per person regardless of age
  • Non-Resident: $6.00 per person regardless of age
  • Non-Resident (if guest of a Season Pass holder): $3.00 per person regardless of age

Daily passes are available from the lifeguards on duty.

Spring Lake Beach

About Spring Lake

Spring Lake is a fresh water lake and is not treated with chlorine or other chemicals which might be utilized in a pool or other artificial swimming pool. As a result, there are natural conditions at the lake, i.e. fish, turtles, frogs, aquatic plants, etc. Click here to find out about the water quality at Spring Lake.

The Lake County Health Department routinely tests the water at Spring Lake to verify that it is suitable for a "bathing beach". Water samples are taken monthly. While Spring Lake is a very clean lake, it is susceptible to bacteria – especially after a storm event. Bacteria can get into the lake by washing waste material from around the lake into the water. This waste material is created by wildlife living near or in the water. It is recommended that swimmers wait 24 to 48 hours after a storm event before swimming in the lake. Additionally, swimmers are encouraged to take a soap and water shower after swimming in any fresh water body of water.

Because Spring Lake is a fresh water lake, the water is cloudy. It is not possible to see to the bottom of the lake. (The lake is 14 ft. deep in some locations!) Parents need to come with their children to the beach and supervise them carefully. Parents should go over the lake rules with their children so they understand the rules and regulations are for their safety.

Safety at Spring Lake Beach

Here are some water safety tips provided by American Academy of Pediatrics to help make your summer time swim with your children a pleasant and safe one.

  • Never leave your children alone or near the water, even for a moment.
  • Do not let your child use air-filled "swimming aids" because they are not a substitute for approved life preservers and vests.
  • It's a good idea to learn CPR if you plan on watching small children around water. Always stay within an arm's length reach of a child.
  • Finally, teaching your child how to swim does not mean your child is safe in the water without you!