A village with friendly faces and a bright future 

In 1840 a farmer from Massachusetts settled in Grayslake, soon after his settlement other farmers made their way to Grayslake to make a home there. Like most towns settled in the Midwest, Grayslake started out as a farming village and with time has developed into a more urban town, while still managing to keep the rural lifestyle that Grayslake residents love. Grayslake offers fishing, swimming, and boating opportunities in the summer months and during the winter months residents can keep busy by going ice fishing, ice skating or playing hockey on Grays Lake. The town also has two public golf courses; Carillon and Brae Loch, a Lake County Forest Preserve course. The town is home to the College of Lake County, the University Center of Lake County and the Lake County Fairgrounds. Major employers include College of lake County, COMPX  a general manufacturer and GFX a graphic deisgn and advertising company. 
2010 population census 20,957
Fun Fact:
Grays Lake located in the center of the village is the town's largest lake
Things to do/Events:
- The Daniel Barry Skate park 
- Community Garden 
- Bike trails 
- Godspeed Cruise-In and Music Festival
- The Esper A. Petersen Foundation Family Aquatic Center 
- Grayslake Days 

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