Enjoy A Change Of Pace With Spring Outdoor Activities In Naperville, Illinois

Crowd of people celebrating Holi, one of the most exciting spring outdoor activities in Naperville.

If you’re looking forward to spring, you’re certainly not alone! In fact, all of us at HighPoint Community Apartments welcome the promise of warmer temperatures and budding foliage. For unique ways to usher in a new season, check out these spring outdoor activities in Naperville, Illinois!

Enjoy The Best Spring Outdoor Activities In Naperville

Downtown Naperville is known for its fine boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants, and retail outlets. However, it also hosts exciting events every season. This spring, locals and visitors alike can bid adieu to winter by joining in the celebrations for Holi (the Festival of Colors).

This unique festival will kick off on Saturday, April 6th, at the Riverwalk Grand Pavilion from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  For a mere $2.00 donation, you can get a bag of stain-free dyed flour to throw on friends, strangers, or into the air! Music, food, and traditional dance performances will also crown the day with joy and excitement. Don’t forget to purchase and enjoy delicious vegetarian platters and snacks at the event!

Enjoy the Season Surrounded by Nature

If you’d prefer to spend spring out in the wild, no worries, our community has you covered! One of the many benefits of making HighPoint Community Apartments your home is the convenient access to both urban venues and natural environments.

McDowell Grove Forest Preserve offers 465 acres of pristine serenity and is also conveniently located in Naperville. At present, visitors have access to approximately 7 miles of hiking trails among forest terrain, open fields, and routes along the west branch of the DuPage River. Animal enthusiasts will appreciate the variety of birds here, such as eastern bluebirds and Cooper’s hawks.

Check out the detailed trail map for loops, trailheads, and picnic areas. Seasoned hikers suggest downloading and printing an old fashioned copy of the trail map, in case digital sources fail.

If hiking isn’t your cup of tea, try boating. With a Forest Preserve District permit, you can have access to four scenic lakes:  Silver Lake at Blackwell, Round Meadow Lake, Mallard Lake, and Deep Quarry Lake. You can rent canoes and kayaks at Blackwell starting the first week of April.

Enjoy The Good Life In Our Inclusive Community

Join in the neighborhood fun by making HighPoint Community Apartments your new home! Contact us or come by for a tour. We’d love to show you all the wonderful amenities we have to offer!

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