Little Lake County Playground Tour Stop #4: Kracklauer Park {Mundelein}

Little Lake County Playground Tour

Join Little Lake County on Friday, August 15, 2014 from 10am-12 noon  on the fourth stop of our our whirlwind Little Lake County Playground Tour 2014  at Kracklauer Park in Mundelein!  Want to know more about Kracklauer Park?  Check out our recently published Playground Profile.

Little Lake County Playground Tour
Photo Courtesy of Mundelein Park & Recreation District

Get your FREE tickets NOW!  No camping out overnight to wait in line for our fans.  Just visit Eventbrite to register and you’ll be ready to rock ‘n roll …

Our good buddies at the Mundelein Park & Recreation District  will be offering craft activities for your little artists.  They’re turning 60 years old this year and they’ve still got the swagger like Jagger baby!  Come on down and wish them a “Happy Anniversary!”

Little Lake County Playground Tour
Image courtesy of Mundelein Park & Recreation District

Why, we’ve even got your morning snack covered.  Our generous sponsor,  Whole Foods Market Deerfield,  will provide snacks from their 365 Everyday Value® line of products to fuel your kids for a headbangin’ good time (Note: Little Lake County does not encourage and is not responsible for actual banging of heads)

The parking lot for Kracklauer Park is accessible off of Seymour Avenue next to the Dance Studio located at 100 N. Seymour. There is no parking entrance off of Route 45 but you may enter the park on foot from that side.

V.I.K.’s (Very Important Kids) who received All-Access Tour Passes at Tour Stop #1 in Bowen Park should remember to bring them and have them validated by one of the Little Lake County “roadies.” Validate these “backstage passes” at 4 out of the 5 Tour Stops, and be entered into a drawing to win a $50 gift certificate to Kohl Children’s Museum in Glenview.  Our limited supply of All-Access Passes were available ONLY at Bowen Park on Wednesday,  July 23rd.  No other passes will be available at the remaining tour dates.

Little Lake County Playground Tour

Little Lake County Playground Tour Stop #4: Kracklauer Park {Mundelein}
Friday, August 15, 2014
10 am – 12 noon
CLICK HERE TO CLAIM YOUR FREE TICKETS

Kracklauer Park

Amenities: Two play structures, eleven slides, baby swings, regular swings, a sand play area, spacious empty field, swinging benches, picnic areas, gazebo available for rental, tennis courts, dance studio,  free summer concerts.

Shade: Partial. Some areas are shaded while others are full sun.

Restrooms: No. However a McDonalds next door to the park.

Ground cover: Wood chips

Good for: All ages.  I would only recommend it up to about age nine.

SOMEBODY SAY “OH YEAH!!!”

 We have heard your applause and we’re coming out for one final bow.  Announcing a 5th “Encore” Presentation of the Little Lake County Playground Tour 2014.  This one’s especially for our fans who will already be back in school and for parents who work during the day (we love you too, but no autographs please.)

Little Lake County Playground Tour

Little Lake County Playground Tour
Image from gurneeparkdistrict.com

Join us on Monday, August 18th at O’Plaine Community Park in Gurnee from 6-8:00 p.m..  Hitch a ride on the mothership for this psychedelic playground adventure!  Our friends at the Gurnee Park District are even hauling out their famous RecMobile for one final hurrah of the summer.  The RecMobile is a FREE traveling recreation program offering games and sports, as well as arts and crafts.

Keep your eyes peeled for our upcoming Playground Profile of O’Plaine Community Park as well as our FREE ticket release.  We’re saying sayonara to summer with one final serenade and we want you there with us!

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When Loralie isn’t out exploring with her two pint-sized adventurers you’ll often find her in front of her computer plotting to take over the world (or at least Lake County.) She appreciates good friends, good food, expensive shoes and parents who make two lanes in the drop-off/pick-up line at school. Her spirit animal is The Hobbit. She invites you to join her on her quest for unique distractions, diversions and deliciousness in this county we call home. She is the Features Editor and Marketing Director at Little Lake County.

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