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Grayslake lies at the heart of Lake County, just 14 miles west of Lake Michigan. It’s one of the oldest communities in the area, hosting a myriad of family-friendly events and cultural landmarks

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Central park

Features fields for sports year-around along with the Grayslake aquatic center, library, skate park and golf course.

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Downtown Grayslake (Village Center)

Houses a litany of local attractions, including fine dining, night life, shopping, museums, and food and music festivals.

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Lake County Fairgrounds and Event Center

120-acre campus hosting family events year-round, including the Lake County Fair, Motocross, RV shows, dog shows, boat shows, and fundraising functions.

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Prairie Crossing Neighborhood

A national model for sustainable urban design and a new suburban experience - lake, features Byron Coby barn, a LEED certified charter school.

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Rollins Savannah

Forest preserve spanning 1,200 acres, with trails, walkways, and a bird observation deck.

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Heritage Center and Museum

Maintains and displays the culture and history of Grayslake through records, artifacts, and displays.

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Grayslake Farmers Market

More than 40 vendors selling locally sourced produce, meats, baked goods, wine, and more.

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James Lumber Center for the Performing Arts

Home to a variety of musical and live theatre shows, featuring globally acclaimed performers.

Whether you’re climbing the corporate ladder or taking a beach day with the family, Lake County marks the spot. With a smart balance of energy and adventure, the area has become a lifestyle destination.

Today, the county’s 700,000 residents are spread across stylish urban areas, affluent subdivisions and plush, picturesque rural communities. All near thriving business hubs, entertainment epicenters, and cultural landmarks.

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