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Jodi's Nail Creations
634 White Oak Way, Yorkville, IL 60560
Jodi's Nail Creations is a salon offering a variety of nail services. Various manicure services available includeMore manicures with shellac color, French manicures, acrylics, polish change, tips, nail art and other services. Regular and spa pedicures also are available. This is a home-based business in the White Oak Estates subdivision. 
Bristol Bay Park A
4552 Rosenwinkel St, Yorkville, IL 60560
Welcome to the show! This park, designed for children ages five to 12, embodies a circus theme, including a pavilionMore covered with a colorful circus-style tent. It is located next to the Bristol Bay subdivision clubhouse and includes a large jungle gym, picnic tables and several swings.
Fox Hill West Park
1711 John St, Yorkville, IL 60560
Fox Hill West Park is one of two parks in the Fox Hill subdivision, and stretches across almost 20 acres. The park hasMore a baseball/softball diamond and a 12-hole disc golf course. Walking trails cross the multipurpose open space and natural areas, including nearby Rob Roy Creek.
Crawford Park
201 Windham Cir, Yorkville, IL 60560
Located at the north end of River's Edge subdivision, Crawford Park is a quiet neighborhood park. A blacktop path, idealMore for biking or walking, leads down to the Fox River. Crawford Park can be a peaceful nature retreat for individuals, groups or families.
Emily Lynn Sleezer Memorial Park
837 Homestead Dr, Yorkville, IL 60560
Emily Lynn Sleezer Memorial Park is a mini-park built in 2002, named for a 3-year-old girl who died in 2001. TheMore park's entrance is off Homestead Drive and leads to a trail that winds through the subdivision. Emily Lynn Sleezer Memorial Park covers almost an acre of land and features basketball, a fully-appointed playground with swings, a tube slide, multi-level climbing devices and a picnic area.
Raintree Village Park A
524 Parkside Ln, Yorkville, IL 60560
Raintree Village Park A is a 0.7-acre mini-park with a dinosaur theme, and a secret for kids who know just the rightMore place to begin their careers as archaeologists. Just east of the Raintree Village subdivision clubhouse, this park has a picnic area and replica palm trees, plus a playground with a keyboard and simple songs for children with a musical bent. The playground has dinosaurs to climb upon and a sand area that rewards the careful digger with a buried dino fossil.
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