Sports, Fitness, and Aquatics

Sports

The Special Recreation Services of Northern Lake County offer several sports that enable participants to compete at the regional and state level Special Olympics competitions. Sports offered include:

Individual: Basketball, Bocce Ball, Bowling, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Track and Field, and Volleyball
Team: Basketball, Soccer, Softball, and Volleyball

Special Recreation Sports & Fitness

Fitness

Shake it Up

Get a  cardiovascular or strength workout at the Field House Sports, Fitness & Aquatics Center, walk on the track, and use the fitness center. Set a goal to take care of your health. Classes are held each season. Check the SRSNLC Program Guide for more information.

Rhythm in Motion

Pound your way to health in this interactive fitness program at the Field House Sports, Fitness & Aquatics Center. Drumming is the newest craze in fitness. Participants will drum to the rhythm while getting a total body work out. Check the SRSNLC Program Guide for more information.

Family Zumba

Zumba combines Latin American music and dance to create one great class that feels more like a party than a work out. We’ll begin with the basics, so everyone can join with or without previous dance experience. Check the SRSNLC Program Guide for more information.

Swim Lessons for Youth & Adults with Disabilities

Swimming is an essential life skill for safety, fitness and fun! Special Recreation is offering swimming lessons for individuals with disabilities. All lessons are based on the SwimSmart Program, but are designed around the individual swimmer. Whether your goal is to just get comfortable in the water, support sensory experiences or become a competitive swimmer, Special Recreation can guide you along the way. Please contact Kari at 847-360-4763 to complete and initial assessment of you/your child’s current skill level.

Otters (for individuals age 4-14)

Lessons are 30 minutes and have a maximum group size of 2 swimmers to one instructor.

Swordfish (for individuals age 15 and older)

Lessons are 45 minutes and have a maximum group size of 4 swimmers to one instructor.

Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association (GLASA)

For more information on GLASA please click here.