A community needs assessment survey asks park district families, residents and community members what they see as the most important needs of the community.


A Community Needs Assessment Survey for 2023 will hit homes in mid-May. We have partnered with the Carol Stream Public Library to include a print version of the park district survey in their mid-May newsletter along with a postage-paid return envelope. The survey will also be offered digitally by email, website, microsite, and social media. Look for it and share your thoughts about park district services and offerings.

Executive Director announces retirement

Executive Director Jim Reuter announced his retirement starting July 21, 2023. Jim's career has spanned 38 years in Parks and Recreation, with the past nine years at the Carol Stream Park District as Executive Director. Stay tuned - we'll highlight Jim's accomplishments in an upcoming Enews and what he plans to do in retirement.

The first 100 Members receive a giveaway. The day will be filled with contests, prizes, performances, concession stand samples, and more!

It's not too late to become a member.

Purchase your season pass at early bird rates through April 30.

Foundation Bike Club celebrates 10 Years of Riding

The Carol Stream Parks Foundation Bike Club has been cycling on local trails for ten years! You can join them!


The Carol Stream Parks Foundation Bike Club is comprised of a group of recreational bike riders ranging in age from 17 to 72. All rides leave from the Simkus Recreation Center on the 2nd Thursday at 6 pm and the 4th Saturday at 9 am of each month, May thru October. Participate in as many rides as your schedule allows. The first ride is on May 11.

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Community Park Groundbreaking

Carol Stream Park District Board, Staff, and State and County legislators joined the community to "break ground" at Community Park, located at the southeast corner of Carol Stream. This project is possible through a DuPage County Community Development Block Grant grant, a land donation from the Village of Carol Stream, and the District’s Park Board commitment to bringing recreational opportunities and space to this community area.

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Grant to assist McCaslin Park Turf Replacement

The Carol Stream Park District was awarded $37,637 from the Tourism Attractions and Festivals Grant Program from the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) as part of a $22.5 million investment for nearly 90 local tourism festivals and attractions across Illinois. The grant award will be used towards replacing the artificial turf infields at McCaslin Park this winter.

Our Summer Activity Guide is the most exciting to share because it's for Summer!


In addition to our popular programs, we offer many summer camps. Family-friendly theme days and special events are offered at Coral Cove Water Park and Coyote Crossing Mini Golf throughout the season.


The Adult Trips & Events mini-guide offers family trips to festivals and a Cubs game in Milwaukee. Browse summer offerings and start planning your fun summer experiences!

Summer Guide
Summer Adult Trips & Events Mini-Guide

Thank you to our May Enews Sponsors!

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