Free Family Nights at the Park kicks off June 18 in East Dundee

  • The friendly Randall Oaks Zoo animals are looking for visitors.

    The friendly Randall Oaks Zoo animals are looking for visitors. Courtesy of Dundee Township Park

 
 
Updated 6/14/2019 6:00 PM

Join the Dundee Township Park District at Lions Park in East Dundee for free family fun.

Families are invited to attend the Family Nights at the Park on Tuesday, June 18, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Lions Park, 570 Penny Road in East Dundee.

 

This free outdoor event features:

• Animals from Randall Oaks Zoo;

• Climbing Tree; you must wear closed toed shoes to climb;

• Dunk tank;

• Meet Rocky, the Randall Oaks Zoo mascot;

• Crafts;

• Play at the playground.

This event spotlights the many features Lions Park, which offers something for every member of the family, baseball diamond, basketball court, tennis courts, playground, and ample green space to fly kites, play Frisbee or kick a ball around.

Mark your calendars for the next Family Nights on Tuesday, July 16, at Besinger Park in Carpentersville and Tuesday, Aug. 6, at Huffman Park in West Dundee. For more information, visit dtpd.org or call (847) 428-7131.

About the Dundee Township Park District

The Dundee Township Park District serves over 60,000 residents in the communities of Carpentersville, East Dundee, West Dundee, Sleepy Hollow, and portions of Algonquin, Gilberts, Elgin, Barrington Hills and Hoffman Estates. Facilities and services offered include two fitness centers located at the Rakow Center and Randall Oaks Recreation Center, two golf courses which include Bonnie Dundee and Randall Oaks golf courses, an Adult Activities Center, two outdoor swimming pools which include Dolphin Cove Family Aquatic Center and Sleepy Hollow Pool, an indoor pool at the Rakow Center, Randall Oaks Zoo, and 40 park sites and facilities. For more information, visit our site at www.dtpd.org or connect with us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/DundeeTwpParkDistrict.

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