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.
Visiting a park for a picnic is one of the simple pleasures of summer. But shade and bathrooms are key. So Go West readers recommend these parks that offer both!
You are invited to a FREE Park Party with Go West Young Mom and the Wheaton Park District on Tuesday, July 26, from 10 a.m. to noon. It’s being held at the newly renovated Herrick Park, and we’ll have snacks, fun activities for the kids and a few great giveaways.
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!
The latest in our “Great Parks!” series is a sunny spot that is particularly toddler friendly.
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.
A combination visit to the Knoch Knolls Nature Center and nature-themed playground at the adjacent Knoch Knolls Park makes for a fun, cheap “easy outing” in Naperville.