Deerpath Subdivision in Vernon Hills
In the heart of Vernon Hills lies the Deerpath subdivision. The neighborhood has over 1200 homes and lies between Route 45 and Route 60. Residents are within walking distance to Hawthorn schools, the Sullivan Center, Aquatic Center, strip malls along Route 60, the Aspen Library, and the Metra station.
As a centrally located area, the annual 4th of July parade runs through Deerpath every summer, with viewers lounging along the tree-lined streets. Breakfast picnics are set up, and sites are marked by neighbors an hour or so before the festivities begin. This vibe of togetherness and community is felt throughout Deerpath year round. Block parties, bunco groups, book clubs, bowling leagues – on any given night, there’s an outing among neighbors.
The children in the Deer Path neighborhood have a large variety of outdoor activities at their fingertips. Deerpath Park may be among the largest in Vernon Hills, encompassing over 68 acres and containing tennis courts, baseball diamonds, walking paths, picnic shelters, ponds, parking lots, sand volleyball courts, and multiple playgrounds. My favorite among the Deerpath playgrounds is the Kids Castle. I vividly remember when the Castle opened in 1997, because the fundraising and building of the Castle was all done by local residents. Their dedication to the project got the park built in just one week, and it remains a popular attraction for children.
The majority of students in the Deerpath subdivision attend schools in Hawthorn District 73 before graduating on to Vernon Hills High School. There is also a portion of Deerpath which feeds into Lincolnshire-Prairieview District 103, then on to Stevenson High School.
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