It would be hard to find an area park that offers more than Pottawatomie Park in St. Charles: Two playgrounds, an outdoor pool, a miniature golf course, native plant garden, paddlewheel riverboat cruises and so much more!
Fairview Park is located just east of Randall Road in St. Charles, and it makes for a great stop to let your kids play for a bit while you’re running errands in the Randall Road corridor.
Mt. St. Mary Park in St. Charles features a beautiful riverfront setting, a great walking path, an arboretum and a playground with some of the tallest slides around.
The Blackberry Creek Early Childhood Playground is Elburn is perfect for children ages 1 through 4. It offers a rubber safety surface, no high drops on the equipment and a secure fence that keeps “happy wanderers” near to their caretakers.
Village Green Park in Glen Ellyn features a playground shaped like a rocket ship that offers lots of opportunities for climbers, as well as a small splash pad for hot days.
Village Green Park, located in downtown Plainfield within walking distance of restaurants and shops, features a playground, a play train, a picnic shelter and best of all during the dog days of summer, a small, free splash pad!
The latest in our “Great Stops!” series is a small park that makes for a nice break when running errands with the kids on the Randall Road corridor in Geneva and Batavia.
The latest in our “Great Parks!” series has a beautiful location on the Fox River and offers a picnic shelter, fishing opportunities, and a brand new, all-inclusive playground. It even won an award for design and development! Read on to learn all about South Elgin’s SEBA Park!
The latest in the “Great Parks!” series features a spot in Downers Grove that has a fountain that was a hit with all the kids, along with a fenced-off toddler playground and pretty landscaping.
The latest in our “Great Parks” series is a large park in Naperville that is a great spot for kids who love to climb – and those who love to play in the sand, too!