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Parks

Warrenville Park District owns and maintains 5 parks in Warrenville:

All Parks are open from dawn to dusk.

Kiwanis Park photo

Kiwanis Park

Located at the intersection of Home Avenue and Meadow, this one-acre park offers a picnic shelter, swings, a tot lot for kids 5 and under, and a playground for ages 6-12. Kiwanis Park was developed through donations by the Kiwanis Club as well as an OSLAD grant. 

  • Picnic Shelter
  • Tot lot ages for ages 5 and under
  • Playground for ages 6-12
  • Swings
  • Pickleball


 

Lions Park Picture

Lions Park

Located at the intersection of Virginia and Parkview, Lions Park is a joint ownership project between the Park District and the City of Warrenville. This park offers a picnic shelter, drinking fountain, basketball court, tot lot for kids 5 and under and a playground for ages 6-12. Lions Park was developed through donations by the Lions Club and an OSLAD grant and City of Warrenville TIF funds.

  • Picnic Shelter
  • Drinking Fountain
  • Basketball Court
  • Tot lot for ages 5 and under
  • Playground for ages 6-12
  • Expression Swing


Plum Path Park

Plum Path Park

Located at 3S367 Manning Avenue, Plum Path Park is owned by the City of Warrenville offering an open grass play area.


 

Sesqui Park

Sesqui Park

Located on Warrenville Road, Sesqui Park is a joint ownership project between the park district and the city of Warrenville. This park offers a picnic shelter, drinking fountain, basketball court, sand volleyball court, open play/grass field, parking, a tot lot for kids 5 and under, and a playground for ages 6-12. This park was redeveloped as a grant project with the acquisition and development of Harding Field. 

  • Picnic Shelter
  • Drinking Fountain
  • Basketball and Sand Volleyball Court
  • Tot lot for ages 5 and under
  • Playground for ages 6-12  
  • Expression Swing
  • Permanent Bags Game Fixture


 

Summerlakes Park

Summerlakes Park

Serving as the largest Warrenville Park District Park, Summerlakes Park’s 28 acres hold a variety of amenities to serve the public. The park is located at 3S010 Talbot Ave. and holds one lighted baseball/softball field, four baseball/softball fields, a picnic shelter, drinking fountain, football/soccer field, an open grass field for play, and a parking lot. The Round Grove Park District first founded Summerlakes. This park also is home to a natural area and The Ferry Creek Wetlands Project. This project will features a wetland education area as well as a scenic overlook donated by the Warrenville Kiwanis Club.

  • Lighted Baseball / Softball Field
  • (4) Baseball / Softball Fields
  • Picnic Shelter
  • Drinking Fountain
  • Soccer Fields
  • Open Grass Field for Play
  • Natural Area
  • Ferry Creek Wetlands Project
  • Horizontal Rock Climbing Wall
  • Tennis Courts
  • Tot lot for ages 5 and under
  • Playground for ages 6-12
  • Challenge Course
  • Skate Spot

For field usage requests, please email Gary Jordan at garyj@warrenvilleparks.org

General Park Use Ordinance


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