Introduction to Lindenhurst, Illinois
Lindenhurst grew out of the farm of a wealthy landowner, named Ernst E. Lehmann, in northern Illinois. The name Lindenhurst originally came from two rows of linden trees that were planted around the original farmhouse. The incorporation papers for Lindenhurst village were filed in November of 1956.
Lindenhurst and nearby Attractions
- Lake County Discovery Museum
- Potomac Lake
- Game Escape
- Engle Memorial Park
- Lindenhurst Trinity United Church
- Sand Lake Cemetery
Things To Do In Lindenhurst
The Engle Memorial park, Willow park, and Forest View park are ideal places to enjoy a quiet picnic or engage in recreational activities. Waterford and Potomac lakes provide good boating facilities. Game Escape is a theme park with an amusement center. One can also plan a trip to nearby museums like the Haines House Museum, the Volo Auto Museum, the Lake County Discovery Museum.
Kenosha Regional Airport provides air transportation facilities.
Lindenhurst Higher Education
College of Lake County and Gateway Technical College provide higher education to the people of the village.