Lake Bluff Open Lands Association
Established in 1981, the Lake Bluff Open Lands Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to maintaining, protecting and overseeing the natural areas in the Lake Bluff area. The Association currently manages 13 natural areas, including the Skokie Preserve, the Carolyn Goetz Wetlands Preserve, Lake Genevieve and Central School Woods, to name a few. The success of the Lake Bluff Open Lands Association is due in large part to its volunteer efforts. For more information on how you can contribute, please visit its web site.
- Hours: Sat, 9am - noon; Sun - Fri, closed
- Handicap Accessible: No
- Founding Date: 1981
- What makes this community special?: "Being able to take part in preserving the area's natural beauty with fellow residents."
- Parking: On-street: free
- Scope: Local
- Type: Environment