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Gaslight Park
700 Terrace Dr, Algonquin, IL 60102
Gaslight Park is located on the west side of Algonquin, and features a baseball field, tennis court and basketballMore court.
James B. Wood Park
3711 Persimmon Dr, Algonquin, IL 60102
A neighborhood park, James B. Wood Park contains a playground, basketball court, swings and large walking path. It alsoMore sits near a stormwater basin.
Plote Field
500 Grace Dr, Lake In the Hills, IL 60156
Located on Grace Drive, Plote Field offers a baseball field, bleacher seating, light detection system and parking. TheMore park hosts seasonal basketball, baseball and softball games.
High Hill Park & Nature Preserve
501 Kirkland Dr, Algonquin, IL 60102
This large park has two entrances. One entrance off Kirkland Drive features a soccer field and basketball court with aMore nice biking/walking trail that wraps around the park. The entrance off Harnish Drive is where the park gets its name. A playground, sandbox and gazebo sit atop a hill with a beautiful view of Algonquin.
Barbara Key Park
9323 Pyott Rd, Lake In the Hills, IL 60156
This is one of several Lake in the Hills parks, which includes various activities and sources of recreation forMore residents. Residents can fish in a pond at Barbara Key, utilize the volleyball and basketball courts and walk or bike on the paved trails. Also, within Barbara Key is the Fen Nature Perserve.
Braewood Park
1001 Gaslight Dr, Algonquin, IL 60102
A small park with a basketball hoop for the summer months, and a large sledding hill for when snow hits the ground. AlsoMore across from the park is Lake Braewood for fishing. This site also houses the Braewood pump station.
Algonquin Lakes Park
700 Lake Plumleigh Way, Algonquin, IL 60102
Algonquin Lakes Park has it all for a fun outing: two baseball diamonds, football and soccer fields, a large playground,More a gazebo, benches, basketball shoot-around and a walking path.
Towne Park
100 Jefferson St, Algonquin, IL 60102
This park seems like a hidden gem in the middle of Algonquin. It is surrounded by trees and sits alongside a stream thatMore requires park-goers to cross a bridge in order to get inside. It has a pavilion with picnic tables, a basketball court and a very large playground complete with swings.