Deer Crossing Park 1050 W Romeo Rd, Romeoville, IL60446 Established in August 2010, Deer Crossing Park is next to Village Hall. The playground features jungle gyms, slides,…More swings, net climbers and chimes for making music. There is also a bike and walking trail with fitness stations that runs throughout the park. An amphitheater hosts live music and other events during the warm months.
Conservation Park 524 Belmont Dr, Romeoville, IL60446 Conservation Park is a diverse area spanning 7 acres with a lake and many activities available. Lake Strini is…More surrounded by a walking and biking path with points for fishing including the Hampton Park Society Athletic Club Fishing Pavilion. A playground sits next to a picnic pavilion with picnic tables for gatherings, and there's a sand volleyball court that is very popular in the warm months.
Sunset Park Murphy Dr & Belmont Dr, Romeoville, IL60446 Sunset Park is one of the shared parks with the Lockport Park District. It features a newly updated playground with…More swings, slides, jungle gyms and a rope climber. A biking and walking path surrounds acres of open space that can accomodate ball games and neighborhood get togethers. A picnic pavillion with picnic tables sits adjacent to horseshoe pits and benches are throughout the park. A public restroom is open seasonally.
Independence Park 1730 Raleigh Trl, Romeoville, IL60446 Independence Park has plenty of open space and an updated playground. The open space is perfect for ball games and…More gatherings and is surrounded by a walking and biking path. The picnic pavilion has picnic tables and games for kids painted on the ground, including hopscotch--be sure to bring chalk for the connect the dots activities. The playground has swings, a jungle gym, slides and benches.
Isle a la Cache Preserve/Museum 501 E Romeo Rd, Romeoville, IL60446 Isle a la Cache is a 100-acre preserve on an island on the Des Plaines River. The site hosts the Isle a la Cache fur…More trade museum and accesses the 3-mile, hike and bike Centennial Trail. The preserve is an ideal lunch spot and offers visitors the opportunity to canoe and fish the Des Plaines River.
The Isle a la Cache Museum is an educational institution that chronicles the historical significance of the area in which it is located. Visitors learn of the island as it was over 250 years ago, when it served as a cache site for French explorers and was a hub of activity for fur traders.