Water Wonders, located along the Fox River in North Aurora, is a spot where children can splash, wade and climb while learning about water conservation and the native landscape of Illinois.
Maryknoll Park in Glen Ellyn features a splash park, two playgrounds, miniature golf course, bocce ball courts, picnic pavilion, a 9-hole disc golf course and more!
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 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 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.
The latest in our “Great Parks!” series features not only a splash park, but a playground with a zipline, climbing net and merry-go-round. You might want to spend the whole day there!
The latest in our “Great Parks!” series is actually a splash park, the Prairie Point Splash Playground in Oswego. It features free admission and lengthy hours!
PrairieWalk Pond in Lisle features a 2-acre pond with a lighted path around it, a number of scenic overlooks, a preserved wetland and a gazebo. Next to it is Dragonfly Landing, a nature-themed splash pad with “giant” flowers that mist water, plus a playground that in addition to your normal slides and climbing walls features spinning “cat tails” and bouncy, wooden “lily pads.”