Palatine Park District brings back Park Quest by popular demand

 
Submitted by Palatine Park District
Posted8/30/2021 11:02 AM

Do you like to explore? Do you like to solve puzzles and compete in events? Palatine Park Quest may be the event for you!

Palatine Park District serves the village of Palatine with recreation opportunities, first-class facilities and open spaces that highlight its beautiful community. To honor these parks and facilities, the park district has decided to bring back the communitywide Park Quest.

 

On Sept. 18, Palatine Park District will test your knowledge of the town, your puzzle solving abilities and help motivate you to get out of the house. The Park Quest will begin at 10 a.m., with plans to have all teams finish by 1 p.m. Teams will consist of individual cars as they try to navigate clues and activities on their way to the finish line.

Registration cost is $20 per vehicle, but participants will receive a $10 house credit for signing up. Space is limited to 40 vehicles, so make sure you register today. Every team that successfully navigates the course will earn a prize pack for their participation.

On your journey, you will visit prominent locations as Palatine Park District showcases its amenities, both old and new.

"We encourage families and friends to explore their hometown and discover things about Palatine they may have never known. It's a great way to spend a day outside this fall," said Colleen Palmer, assistant superintendent of recreation.

To register, visit palatineparks.org. If you don't have an account already, select "Create a Household" under the Register Online tab. Once the household has been submitted, staff will review and activate the new account.

For information about this event, contact Palmer at (847) 496-6232 or cpalmer@palatineparks.org.

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