notice: diamond lake beach is now closed for the season.
About Diamond Lake Beach
Diamond Lake Recreation Beach is located on 100 acres. It includes a natural lake, sand beach, grassy areas, and a shaded picnic grove. Diamond Lake Beach is a recreational destination for swimming, boating, boat and shelter rentals, special events, and more. Enjoy Diamond Lake Beach’s sandy shoreline, great swimming, kids’ playground on the sand, shaded picnic areas, and more. Kayaks, paddle boats, and stand-up paddleboards are available for rent for an enjoyable excursion on the water.
1016 Diamond Lake Rd
Mundelein, IL 60060
847.566.5650 (Diamond Lake Recreation Center)
847.566.0650 (Park District main number)
Erica DeLuca, Aquatics Manager
847.388.5470 (direct line)
Season: June 3–August 6
Child/Adult: $5 resident/ $10 nonresident
Senior (Ages 55+): $4 resident/ $8 nonresident
To get full details on the status of a facility or program, click Rainout Line box below, and hover over the green, yellow or red symbol of the facility you want information about.
Diamond Lake Beach Season Pass
Passes can be purchased at the Mundelein Community Center or online.
Individual: $30 resident/$40 nonresident ea
Four or more: $25 resident/$35 nonresident ea
Senior, ages 55+: $20 resident/$30 nonresident ea
Equipment Rental Rates:
Stand-up paddle boards:
Barefoot Bay, Spray Park, and Diamond Lake Raincheck/pass policy
Safety is our top priority. Therefore, the pool, water areas, and beach may close temporarily during severe weather conditions. If a facility closes for the day due to weather, you may be eligible for a Rain Pass. In order to take advantage of the Rain Pass policy, you must present your receipt when requesting a pass. You will also need to have been at the facility for less than two hours before the decision was made to close for the day. A Rain Pass will not be issued without a receipt. Passes will only be issued once and will not be reissued if lost or misplaced. If the temperature outside is below 70°, the Park District’s outdoor aquatics facilities will remain closed.
2023 Beach Events TBD