Living in Orland Park is good if you have kids, and if you are a young twenty something that wants neighborhood life & tons of things I like to do, drive thirty minutes to go to Chicagoâ€¦ Other than that, stay local & like what our neighborhood has to offer, however first, we have the Orland Park Mall that has any store you could possibly want, you can spend minutes going from store to store & having a fun day, and there is a bowling alley, space golf, Marcus Orland Park Cinemas, & Gizmos Fun Factory, however all Those activities kids go silly for.
My kids constantly beg to do these activities around the summer.
I spend a whole day in the heat just watching my kids play. There are other athletically inclined things I like to do too. The people I was with and I have a ton of parks that offer all sorts of Spring events; Do you want a soccer field? Baseball diamond? Ice rink to skate on? How about tennis courts? Our neighborhood has so several different parks that all boast something athletic in them. Your kids can be entered & get a good toil out for no currency at all. For a single mom with several kids on a budget, this is the best section to live in. Our weather tends to dip on the frosty side, however it is nice getting all numerous seasons, but since there are Wintertide sports, I can keep my kids playing all year. They ice skate in the winter, play tennis in the Spring, soccer in the Summer & in the fall we go to several indoor fun places.