The Village is served by its own Recreation and Parks Department, which is not a park district. The Recreation and Parks Department offers a comprehensive program for all ages that includes preschool activities, dance, exercise, music, cultural arts, clubs, senior activities, special recreation, and events and activities just for teens. The Recreation and Parks Department is also responsible for maintaining the Village's 500-plus acre park system, including Centennial Pool and the Grinding Edge Skate Park. Both Centennial Park and the John Humphrey Sports Complex are known throughout the area for many outdoor activities. Named for Orland Park's first mayor, the Humphrey Sports Complex encompasses 20 acres of lighted softball, baseball, and football fields, along with concession and restroom facilities.