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Spray Park

Spray Park

About the Spray Park

Come along and enjoy the larger-than-life spraying flowers, water cannons, and sand play area. Convenient vending for snacks, picnic areas, shuffleboard, and sand volleyball areas, too.


1401 N Midlothian Rd
Mundelein, IL 60060



2024 Season:

May 26–September 2

Daily Hours:

10 am–5 pm To ensure the safety of patrons and staff, the Spray Park will have 2 separate 30-minute designated time slots to allow for adequate deep cleaning. During this time the water features will be turned off.

daily schedule:

10 am–12 pm
12:30–2:30 pm
3–5 pm

Spray Park Daily Fees:

Residents: Free
Non-residents: $5
Everyone entering the facility pays the daily rate; there are no season passes available. The daily fee includes babies, toddlers, children, adults, and seniors.



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Frequently Asked Questions

Resident/Non-Resident fees?

  • Resident: Free Non-Resident: $5

Barefoot Bay, Spray Park, and Diamond Lake Raincheck/pass policy

Safety is our top priority. Therefore, the pool, water areas, and the 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.

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