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Community Playfield
702 Locust Rd, Wilmette, IL 60091
With a large children's playground, new tennis courts, soccer and baseball fields, Community Playfield is fun for allMore ages. Dogs must be on leashes that are no longer than 10 feet.
Community Recreation Center
3000 Glenview Rd, Wilmette, IL 60091
One of Wilmette's greatest resources is the Community Recreation Center. With baseball, football and soccer fields,More a basketball court, a 4500 square foot gym, a childhood art & activity center and an auditorium for theater presentations, there isn't much this center can't handle. With facilities both indoors as well as out, this recreation center is a year-round haven for athletes and art fans alike.
Hibbard Park
3000 Glenview Rd, Wilmette, IL 60091
Hibbard Park is a large park, offering a baseball and activity field, kids' playground, tennis courts and picnic tables.More Its close proximity to the Community Recreation Center is excellent for patrons who may be searching for a park offering public restrooms. Dogs must be on a ten-foot or shorter leash.
West Park
3555 Lake Ave, Wilmette, IL 60091
West Park is a large park, offering a baseball field, playground, tennis courts and picnic tables. West Park is veryMore close to the Edens Expressway and as such, it is highly accessible via automobile. Dogs are welcome on a ten-foot or shorter leash.
Howard Park
830 17th St, Wilmette, IL 60091
Located on over eight acres and home to Wilmette Eagles football games, Howard Park is located near the intersection ofMore Ridge and Lake Avenues. Howard Park offers four baseball diamonds and benches galore. Dogs must be on ten-foot or shorter leash.
Thornwood Park
2400 Thornwood Ave, Wilmette, IL 60091
Settled on over eight acres of forest and grass-lands, Thornwood Park offers a baseball and activity field, kids'More playground, tennis courts and picnic tables. Dogs must be on a 10-foot or shorter leash.
New Trier High School - Winnetka Campus
385 Winnetka Ave, Winnetka, IL 60093
The Winnetka campus of New Trier High School serves students in grades 10-12. Its curriculum includes art, English,More mathematics, music science, social studies, modern and classical languages, applied arts, global studies, speech, theatre, and kinetic wellness. After-school athletic opportunities include baseball, golf, lacrosse, soccer, rowing, volleyball, wrestling, hockey, fencing, bowling, gymnastics, water polo, swimming and softball.