harbor picture
bayview beach
Pictures below -courtesy of Gary R Braker
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coyote on lake
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 Who we are

Located in unincorporated Lake Villa, Illinois.  Fox Lake Hills is an association of  nearly 775 homes and unimproved lots.    There are four parks, a harbor,  two boat ramps, and a beach, providing direct access to the Chain O'Lakes for all your water related activities.   We are a diverse community with a shared love of the outdoors. 

Fox Lake Hills is nestled in the center of the Chain O’ Lakes region. The area has a rich history reaching back to the Native Americans from the Algonquin tribes, followed by early French trappers and traders. By the 1800s, the region was popular for hunting and fishing. When the railroad arrived, the area received a greater number of visitors and summer cottages sprung up along the waterway.
Over the years, the area evolved from a vacation center with summer shanties to small towns where people settled to raise families and to retire. Fox Lake Hills was among those communities that evolved during decades of discovery, and it remains a place for discoveries yet to be made.
With 15 interconnecting lakes, 45 miles of river and over 7,100 acres of water, the area is a haven for all sorts of outdoor activities, including boating, water skiing, fishing, swimming, tubing and kayaking. Winter brings snowmobiling, ice fishing, cross-country skiing, ice skating, and tobogganing.  Wildlife abounds throughout the area and can be found in some very surprising locations.
Springtime and fall are just as filled with activity and not all of it along the water. Hikers and bikers have miles of trails to follow, some are suitable for families with strollers and for physically challenged users. The quiet of the woods can offer solitude to the writer, while the nature of the savannas provides surprises to birdwatchers and photographers alike.
There are restaurants for every taste, music festivals, antiquing, car shows, historical museums, local theater and art shows. There’s never a lack of something to do, even if it’s doing nothing but soaking in some sun on the deck of a local restaurant while sipping a cold beverage and watching the boaters go by. And when the day comes to an end, there are the sunsets.