9400 South Kenton Ave,
Oak Lawn, IL 60453
Parks & Facilities
In Oak Lawn, IL, there are more than 300 acres of parks, recreational facilities and open land.
The Oak Lawn Park District offers access to incredibly diverse recreational opportunities through its properties, which include: playgrounds, walking paths, ball fields, picnic facilities, indoor & outdoor tennis courts, a driving range, a natural wetland refuge, multi-recreational facilities, two outdoor swimming pools, an indoor ice arena, two fitness centers, a community theatre, a skate park and an 18-hole golf course with a year-round clubhouse.
Each neighborhood in Oak Lawn has its own green oasis, 22 parks in all, each expertly planned and developed with the interests of the community in mind.
|9320 South Kenton Ave
Adjacent to the Administrative Center, the Oak Lawn Ice Arena offers year-round skating opportunities for dedicated and just-for-fun hockey players and figure skaters.
|4625 W. 110th St
|Located at the east end of town, the Oak View Community Center is the main place to register for several Oak Lawn Park District programs.
|10444 S. Central Ave
|email to make your reservation Situated near Stony Creek and across from Richards High School, the Racquet, Fitness & Gymnastics Center offers a complete fitness experience for all ages.
|5850 W. 103rd Street
|Stony Creek Golf Course, Restaurant & Banquets offers a quaint variety of rooms to book for weddings, showers, graduations, and other outings. We look forward to providing you with first class services and are confident that your guests will have a memorable experience.
|9401 S. Oak Park Ave
|Built in 1987, the Community Pavilion (9401 S. Oak Park Ave.) is a friendly and affordable recreation center where people of all ages go to have fun and get fit, play basketball, volleyball and soccer; and walk the 1/8-mile indoor track all year round.
|9400 S. Kenton
|This building—which once housed the park district's first ice rink—is home to business-office staff (such as human resources, public relations and computer services), as well as the park district's director.
|5501 W. 110th St
|The Maintenance Garage—the center of the park district's parks and maintenance staff and equipment—is located in their new facility just East of Central Ave on 110th St.
|9514 S. 54th Avenue
|The Little White Building—located at the edge of Lake Shore Park at 9514 S. 54th Avenue—was constructed in 1956. It has been serving young children and parents with its fall-through-spring preschool programs and its summer preschool day camp program for decades.
|5814 W. 90th St
|Diverse recreation programs are offered at the Menard Activity Center, a one-room, very functional building located at 90th St. & Menard Ave.
|9400 S. Oak Park Ave
|Located across from the Community Pavilion, the David Johnston Building (9400 S. Oak Park Ave.) is available for party and event rentals.
|104th & Cook Ave
|There are three sizes of gardens available; ADA beds are steel bins that are 2’x6’x24” tall; regular sized beds are 4’x10’x10” tall; and XL beds are 4’x16’x10” tall. By using the principles of square-foot gardening, everyone can get the best results from their allotment. Each participant is allowed one bed of one size per year, with the potential for a second bed of another size if available.
|94th & Nashville Ave.
|Centennial Aquatic Center (94th & Nashville Ave.)
|9400 S. Kenton Ave.
|Central Pool (9400 S. Kenton Ave.)