The Elk Grove Park District Offers Year-Round Fun

Two women on the green of a golf course with one putting.

The Elk Grove Park District maintains approximately 473 acres, and it has offered recreation in Elk Grove for everyone for more than fifty years.

Highlights include:

Fox Run Golf Links

Fox Run provides one of the most enjoyable golf experiences in the northwest suburbs. It was updated in 2012 to be more challenging for experienced golfers. However, the course still offers an enjoyable round for beginners. As players make their way throughout, they find tree-lined fairways, water hazards, and strategically placed bunkers.

After your game, enjoy a meal at the Fox Den Bar & Grill. Open for lunch and dinner, it overlooks the course, and the menu includes Polish sausage, grilled ham & cheese sandwiches, and jumbo hot dogs.

Pavilion Aquatics Center

The Pavilion Aquatics Center features indoor and outdoor lap pools as well as a warm-water therapy pool. Adults can enjoy swimming lessons and wellness programs, including River Walking, Deep Dynamics, and Flex & Flow.

Adult Tennis 

Tennis is played by millions of people around the world for both fun and fitness. If you would like to learn the sport, lessons are offered during the summer months. Students can enhance their skills by playing singles and doubles-style games with qualified instructors.

Adult Skateboarding

Whether you’re new to skateboarding or an experienced rider, the Audubon Skate Park welcomes those of all abilities. This indoor facility spans 11,000 square feet, and skaters can ride ramps, rails, and grind ledges. Instructors are available for those who would like to learn how to skate in a safe environment.

The Audubon Skate Park is seasonal, and an outdoor course is set to open this summer. It’s nestled in a scenic setting, and the design was based on feedback from the local community.

If you would like to call Marquette at Willow Crossing home, please contact our leasing staff. They will gladly give you a tour where you can see our offerings firsthand.

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