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With 36 park sites, totaling close to 400 acres of  land, there are a variety of opportunities for individuals of all ages. Scroll down to see the various amenities that are located within our parks.

To report park issues including field lighting, restrooms, garbage, vandalism, etc., call 630-964-3410.

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Ball Fields

Baseball and Softball fields are used for scheduled games from April through October. Depending upon availability, fields may be reserved for parties, camps, or picnic rentals. For more information, please contact Erica Wise, Athletic Supervisor at 630-353-4307 or email her at


Basketball Courts

During times of favorable weather, the lighted basketball courts are available from dawn until 10:30pm seven days a week.


Bike Paths

The Lisle Park District has miles of scenic bike paths throughout Lisle. An updated map of Lisle Park District's bike paths is coming soon!


Community Bandshell

From picnics to small concerts, the Community Park Bandshell is sure to delight. Located immediately east of the Community Center, the Band Shell is available for a variety of uses. This shelter is close to a playground, skate park, baseball field #6, tennis courts and basketball courts.

For more information or to reserve one of our bandshells, please contact Wendy Nadeau, Office Manager and Event Coordinator at 630-353-4303 or



Concessions are available at Sammy’s Snack Shack - Sea Lion Aquatic Park's Concession Stand, during all operational hours from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Please order at the outside window facing Community Park.


Fishing Ponds

Community Park offers the best fishing available from Short Street all the way north to the Burlington Northern Railroad, and from the East Branch of the DuPage River west to the Lisle High School.

Several locations around the Community Park ponds offer great spots to drop in a line. Outcropping stones, a small pier, and accessible shorelines are sure to delight even the most advanced fisherman.

All Lisle Park District ponds may only be used between dawn and dusk. At no time shall anyone swim, wade, use a motorized boat, ice fish or ice skate in/on any Lisle Park District pond.

Only non-motorized, United States Coast Guard approved watercrafts are allowed in District ponds. Additionally, all users of such boats must wear a United States Coast Guard approved personal flotation device.


Nature Walk

The Lisle Park District is home to some of Illinois most protected wetlands. Make sure you take advantage of the Lisle Park District's pathways that take you  through a small, natural wetland where you can find some of the prairie grasses, plants and birds that are native to Illinois.


Outdoor Amphitheatre

The VanKampen Memorial Stage offers a terrific venue for entertainment during the annual Eyes to the Skies 4th of July Festival, as well as church functions and more intimate occasions.

For information regarding availability and programming, please contact Wendy Nadeau, Office Manager and Event Coordinator at 630-353-4303 or


Picnic Shelters

The Lisle Park District has three shelters at 1825 Short Street that are available for rental within Community Park. The North and South shelters are located on the north side of Short Street next to the ponds. The Band shelter is located on the south side of Short Street next to the Community Center.

The shelters contain at least five picnic tables (seating approximately six adults), electricity, garbage cans, hot coal can, as well as washroom facilities nearby.

Shelters are available on Saturdays and Sundays, dawn to dusk, between Memorial Day and Labor Day weekend unless previously scheduled for park district or community functions. The week of July 4 will not be available due to the Eyes to the Skies festival.

To reserve one of our picnic shelters, contact Wendy Nadeau, Office Manager and Event Coordinator at 630-353-4303 or


Ramp Park

The lighted Ramp Park is located just east of the Community Center and is open from 9:00am-10:30pm all year-round. It is available for use by skateboards, in-line skaters and BMX, and is free of charge.


  • Skatelite Skating Surface
  • Wide Variety of Ramps and Rails
  • Separate Zone for Beginners
  • Half-pipe area
  • Shade and Seating for Weary Skaters
  • Water Fountain

Please be mindful of posted rules and help maintain a clean, respectful facility. Park District staff will close the facility due to vandalism, excessive trash, verbal or physical fighting, or any other unruly behavior.


Sled Hills

The Community Park Sled Hill is located on the north end of the park near Lisle High School. Kingston Park has a softer slope and may be more appropriate for younger children.  Bring your friends and family out for a great winter activity. Please observe posted rules and be courteous of other users.

Please note the following guidelines while sledding:

  • No supervision provided. All sledding is done at your own risk.
  • Users assume full responsibility for determining if conditions are safe for sledding.
  • Parents are responsible for children.
  • Sledding is a hazardous activity and presents substantial risks.
  • Use caution when sledding and be considerate to others.
  • Sledding is permitted only on the north side of hill.
  • Return to top of hill along outside edge of sledding area.
  • No building of ramps, jumps, or moguls on Lisle Park District sled hills.

Please call the Lisle Park District at 630-964-3410 for any questions, comments, or concerns.


Soccer Fields

Several soccer fields are located throughout Community Park, Surrey Ridge Athletic Complex and Woodglenn Park. The fields are reserved for scheduled activities on Saturdays, and periodically during weekday evenings.

For more detailed information regarding these scheduled activities, please contact Erica Wise, Athletic Supervisor at 630-353-4307 or email her at


Tennis Courts

Community Park has four lighted tennis courts are available from dawn to 10:30pm, March through November. Courts are periodically reserved for classes, programs, and Lisle High School’s tennis program.

The lights on the courts may be turned on for 45 minutes at a time by pressing the button located just inside the gate on the light pole. Lights will automatically shut off after 45 minutes unless the button is depressed. They will shut off for the evening at 10:30pm.

Several tennis courts are located throughout other Lisle parks. View our park map for more information.

For more information regarding these scheduled activities, please contact Erica Wise, Athletic Supervisor at 630-353-4307 or email her at