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Sunflower Park
1765 Walsh Dr, Yorkville, IL 60560
The cow at the entrance to Sunflower Park captures perfectly the light-hearted spirit and the theme of this 2-acreMore neighborhood park on the south side of Yorkville. The picnic pavilion looks like a barn, as does the swing set, which has four bucket swings and four belt swings. The playground is geared for kids 5 to 12 years of age. There's also basketball, multipurpose open space and natural areas. It all adds up to a bountiful yield of fun.
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.
Bristol Station Park
2753 Alan Dale Ln, Yorkville, IL 60560
Bristol Station Park is a 12-acre community park with a train theme that is fitting, because the Burlington NorthernMore railroad tracks run just north of the park property. It's also such a long walk from the road that you might wish the train could pick you up at the entrance. The playground has a water tower structure, a climbing wall, slides and wheelchair access. A challenge course tests strength and agility. The tot area has two swings and a play train complete with engine, cars and a caboose. There is also a baseball/softball diamond, a picnic pavilion and walking trail.
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