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United City of Yorkville ParksThe United City of Yorkville is proud of their parks. Progressive in nature, the Parks and Recreation department has created an integral system of parks throughout the city, each one having a unique characteristic or theme whether it's high adventure, sunflowers, farms or riding trains, our parks offer it all!
Try one or try them all! You can click here for the location of any park in the United City of Yorkville. (still need document to provide link to park locator). We're always looking for new ideas. If you have a new theme idea, call 630.553.4341 and share it with us.
Bristol Bay Park A is now complete!
Mayor Valerie Burd dedicated Yorkville's newest park on Wednesday, September 27 with over 100 residents attending the ribbon cutting ceremony. The circus theme park is located on 4432 Rosenwinkel Drive in the Bristol Bay subdivision and includes two play structures, swings, a shade structure, and a picnic are. Children will enjoy playing on the rings or eating a snack under the "Big Top."
Beecher Community Park
Emily Sleezer Park
Bicentennial Riverfront Park
Van Emmon Memorial Park
Cannonball Ridge Park
and a farm theme playground. The park also includes a swing set with
four-bucket swings, four belt swings, two spring riders and much more.
Hiding Spot Park
West Hydraulic Park
Located on W. Hydraulic Street, this park is a mini park on 0.7 acres, featuring natural and picnic areas.
Rivers Edge Park
River’s Edge Park is a mini park located on Stony Creek and Windham, featuring a half acre of open space for multipurpose use.
Crawford Park, located on Windham Circle, features a natural theme and six acres of natural areas and walking paths/trails.
Whispering Meadows park features a unique train theme. It is a community park with a school/park site, accessible off of Wissmiller Road. Its 12 acres feature baseball and softball diamonds, a BMX track, playground and picnic areas, pavilion/shelter, open space, trails/paths, and off-street parking. It is also wheelchair accessible.
Hoover Educational Center
Hoover Educational Center is located on Fox Road and is a regional park, part of a forest preserve district. It features a baseball/softball diamond, access to fishing, multipurpose open space, natural areas, picnic areas, and off-street parking.
Jaycee Pond located on Center Street features fishing, natural areas, and a picnic area.
Raintree Village Park A
Featuring a unique dinosaur theme, Raintree Village Park A is a mini park located on Parkside Lane. It has a playground including a sand area, picnic areas, and trails/paths.
Steven G. Bridge Park
Steven G. Bridge Park features a unique baseball theme and spans 56 acres. It is an athletic complex/regional park featuring baseball and softball diamonds, concessions, a playground and picnic area, a pavilion/shelter, restrooms, and off-street parking. It is also has natural resource areas. It is accessible off of Kennedy Road.
Stepping Stones Park
Featuring a unique school theme, Stepping Stones Park is located on Grande Trail and is a school/neighborhood park. It features natural areas, playground and picnic areas, off-street parking, a soccer field, pavilion/shelter, and is wheelchair accessible.
On Wheaton Avenue, Wheaton Woods is five acres of natural areas.
Autumn Creek Park A
Autumn Creek Park A features a transportation theme. It features a playground and picnic area, as well as open space, trails, a shelter/pavilion, unique skateboard elements and a sled hill. It is located on Autumn Creek Blvd.
This park features a firefighter theme, and includes baseball/softball diamonds, multipurpose open space, playground and picnic areas, shelter, and trails/paths. It is located on Hayden & McHugh Drives.
Grande Reserve Park A
Featuring a treehouse theme, Grande Reserve Park A features funnelball, playground and picnic areas, a sand feature, shelter/pavilion, and trails/paths. It is located on Tuscany Trail and Shoeger Dr. in Grande Reserve.
Grande Reserve Park B
Grande Reserve Park B features 8.8 acres of playground and picnic areas, disc golf, tetherball, trails/paths, and a shelter/pavilion. It is located off of Beresford and Bissel Drives.
Heartland Circle Park
Featuring a unique space theme, Heartland Circle Park includes a basketball court, playground with sand feature, open space, shelter/pavilion, and trails/paths. It is located on Taus Circle in Heartland Circle.
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