Cardiac Defibrillators are located in the Program Center, the Splash Pad Red Barn, and The Oaks Recreation and Fitness Center. This is a life-saving device to be used in emergency situations.
Honor someone in your family or a special friend with a donation for the purchase of a tree to be planted in one of Mokena’s Parks! Celebrate a birthday, anniversary, or important date by creating a living legacy as a tribute for that special someone. Call the Park Office, 708-390-2401 for details or download this form: Donate a tree form
Give a gift that will be sure to fit any occasion! Mokena Park District has gift certificates in a variety of dollar amounts available for various programs or items. Just drop by the Park Office or fax your gift list for quick, easy and convenient one-stop shopping.
IAPD Youth License Plate
Park Districts in Illinois have been providing vital Youth Programs for many years. Parks across the state are filled with young people playing soccer, baseball, and basketball. Park Districts offer arts, dance, gymnastics, music and more. These license plates help fund activities for Illinois’ youth. Apply for your Park District Youth License Plate. For more information call the Illinois Association of Park Districts at 1-877-523-4558 or the Secretary of State at 1-800-252-8980.
Lightning Warning – Main & Hecht Park
Lightning is a severe hazard that must be viewed seriously.Park users should STOP PLAY and SEEK SHELTER immediately when lightning threatens – EVEN IF A SIGNAL HAS NOT BEEN SOUNDED. Park users will be warned by one prolonged horn blast signaling a strong risk for lightning in the area. All patrons should immediately seek shelter in enclosed vehicles or buildings. The strobe light signals a continuing lightning alert condition. Three short horn blasts signal it’s safe to resume activities. Please note that there are two audible warnings. If you hear a warning and continue to play, you do so at your own risk.
Volunteers are an essential part of the Park District that enable us to offer a wide variety of programs and events. Call the Park Office at 708-390-2401 to find out about the opportunities that await you.
Residents 13 years of age and over (8-12 year olds with an adult) may utilize the three-lane, elevated walking track located at The Oaks Recreation & Fitness Center, 10847 LaPorte Road. Interested residents may register FREE at the registration desk. Non-residents will pay a $3 daily fee to use the walking track. Discounted punch cards are also available.