Salt Creek Park 574 W 2nd St, Elmhurst, IL60126 Dedicated in 1928, Salt Creek Park is Elmhurst's second-oldest park. Back then, the park offered access to Salt Creek…More for fishing, and had a swimming hole and ice rink. More recently, Elmhurst College asked the Park District to build a NCAA women's 60-foot softball field, complete with dugouts, scoreboard, scorer's building and restrooms. The Park District agreed and construction was completed in 2006. In addition, the park offers a playground, picnic pavilion and horseshoe pit.
Berens Park truly has something for everyone. The original land was acquired by the park district over the course of…More three years in the mid-'60s, and the park was named after the founder of the Elmhurst Historical Commission, Helmut Berens. The Park District expanded the park in the mid-'70s, and in May 2002, it purchased MacCormac College and turned it into a community center at the north end of the park.
Berens features five lighted ball diamonds, three sand volleyball courts, 12 lighted tennis courts, five irrigated soccer fields, a walking/running path, parking for 600 cars, a 10,000-square-foot playground, batting cages, an 18-hole miniature golf course, 6,000-square-foot sprayground, a pavilion for parties and meetings, concessions, a sledding hill and more.
Crestview Park 245 E Crestview Ave, Elmhurst, IL60126 Crestview Park was developed as a neighborhood park in 1967, then the park district purchased the land from the school…More district in 1971. On-site are picnic tables, a playground, baseball diamond, tennis court, sled hill, roller hockey, basketball courts and a soccer field sprawled across more than 11 acres of land.
Conrad Fischer Park Diversey Ave & Crown Rd, Elmhurst, IL60126 On land once owned by a German immigrant family as far back as 1836, Conrad Fischer Park is nestled between Conrad…More Fischer Elementary School and Churchville Middle School, on the far north end of Elmhurst. The park includes several ball diamonds, a soccer field, tennis court and a roller hockey court. The park was completed in 1972, and redeveloped in 2000 with ADA accessible playground equipment for tots ages two to five. A pathway through the park links the neighborhood to the schools.
Crescent Park E Ridge Ave & S Fair Ave, Elmhurst, IL60126 Crescent Park is an example of the Elmhurst Park District's mission of preserving open space. Although the park doesn't…More have a playground, it is a neighborhood spot to throw a ball around or have a picnic on the lawn.
Butterfield Park 385 E Van Buren St, Elmhurst, IL60126 Local organizations in town, like sports clubs and scouting groups, frequenstly hold picnics at Butterfield Park.…More The park is widely used on most summer days. Residents can enjoy a playground, tennis courts, soccer fields, lighted ball field and basketball courts at this 24-acre park. Elmhurst College also uses this park, along with others in town, for its athletic teams to practice.
Washington Park S Poplar Ave & E May St, Elmhurst, IL60126 Residents who grew up in the neighborhood around Poplar and May Streets in the 1970s have fond memories of Washington…More School. A monument to the school remains at what is now Washington Park. The Park District purchased the school and its surrounding three acres in 1979, and one year later the school building was taken down and replaced with the park. Visitors enjoy picnics in the park, along with a playground, ball diamond and basketball court