The latest in our “Great Parks!” series is a spot in that makes for a perfect break for the kids when you are running errands along Randall Road in Geneva or Batavia.
The latest in our “Great Parks!” series is a special place that aims to accommodate play for children of all abilities. Come along for a tour of the Sensory Garden Playground in Wheaton!
A guide to parks in Chicago’s western suburbs that have a rubber surface, allowing for mud-free play in the wet springtime.
The latest in the “Great Parks!” series offers a climbing loop, a classic tire swing and a great walking path — plus it’s close enough to the Aurora Public Library’s Eola Road branch to combine a park outing with a storytime!
On a visit to Phillips Park Zoo in Aurora, you’ll get a chance to see a number of native animals up close. Afterward, you can check out the park’s playground, splash pad and visitor’s center — and it’s all free!
Festival Park in downtown Elgin boasts a lovely riverside setting, spray fountains, unique play structures, space for concerts and special events and more.
East Street Park in Winfield offers a “bumpy slide,” a misting tent, a great toddler playground, some nice shade — and indoor bathrooms!
The popular Moore Park Sprayground is located on the east side of Geneva, offers free admission and is open until Sept. 7.
The latest in our “Great Parks!” series offers a combination of much and rubber safety surface, and it has a number of great climbing opportunities for confident kids.
The latest in our “Great Parks!” series is the renovated McCaslin Park in West Chicago, which now features a splash pad in addition to a bank shot basketball court, miniature golf course, playground and more.