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McNally Park
Main St & Central Park Ave, Skokie, IL 60076
McNally is a sunny park with two baseball fields and a small children's play area. The play area contains swings, aMore couple of slides, and a jungle gym. Parking is available on Central Park Avenue. The park closes at 10pm.
Laramie Park
5251 Sherwin Ave, Skokie, IL 60077
Laramie Park is situated off Niles Center Road, a couple of blocks north of Touhy Avenue. The park is certainly aMore "sporting place" as it contains two baseball fields (one with lights for nighttime playing), two tennis courts, two volleyball courts and a few basketball courts.  The park also incorporates a sizable children's play-lot and several benches and picnic tables. Parking can be found in the free lot to the park's western boundary. Restrooms can be found in the center of the park.
Central Park
Church St & Crawford Ave, Skokie, IL 60076
This park is located at the intersection of Emerson and Central Park. The park includes four tennis courts, two baseballMore fields (one with lights) and a basketball court. For tots and families, there is a children's play lot on the northeast corner of the park; the play area has plenty of swings, a few slides and teeter-totter.
Gross Point Park
9100 Gross Point Rd, Skokie, IL 60077
Gross Point Park, just west of Gross Point Road and south of Church, offer families and young people a place to unwind.More The park has a basketball court, as well as a children's play lot (with swings and slides) and a baseball diamond. There is free parking in the lot to the east of the park.
Channelside Park
3219 Main St, Skokie, IL 60076
This park runs along the North Shore Channel and consists of three soccer fields bordered by trees and bushes. PleaseMore note that the park is not handicapped accessible as there are no paths leading to the fields. There is free parking in the Marshall's and Sam's Club lot next to the park.
Lorel Park
8135 Lorel Ave, Skokie, IL 60077
North of Oakton and a few blocks east of Central, one will find Lorel Park. It includes a tennis court, a basketballMore court and a ball diamond (situated on the southwestern corner of the park). The park also houses an amply-sized children's playlot complete with a couple of slides and monkey bars. Parking can be had on Lorel Avenue.
Lee Wright Park
4840 Lee St, Skokie, IL 60077
Lee Wright Park is an enticing little park close to Skokie Boulevard and Main Street. The park accomodates a a truncatedMore basketball court and a children's play area (with slides and a jungle gym). There is also a grassy area, in between the court and the playlot, perfect for picnicking. The park closes at 10pm.
Allan Weissburg Park
4250 Grant St, Skokie, IL 60076
This lovely nature park is a memorial park dedicated to former Skokie Park District Commissioner, Allan A. Weissburg,More who also served the village in various other capacities throughout the middle part of the last century.  The park has a couple of well-kept flower gardens and a variety of trees. It is a nice place for a stroll or for meditation.
Tecumseh Park
4810 Hull St, Skokie, IL 60077
Hidden away at the corner of Hull and Terminal is Tecumseh Park, which is a one and a half acre park that includes aMore basketball court, a jungle gym (with slides), and a small picnic area.  Parking is available on Hull, south of the park.
Lockwood Park
5230 Carol St, Skokie, IL 60077
Located close to the Dempster Street I-94 interchange, Lockwood Park includes a baseball diamond, two basketball courtsMore and two tennis courts. In addition, the park has a kids' play area and several benches and tables for relaxing. Parking can be found along the park's south border along Carol Street.
Carol Park
8750 Niles Center Rd, Skokie, IL 60077
Carol Park, a block southwest of the intersection of Dempster and Skokie Boulevard, is a small park primarily designedMore for small children and families. The park has a children's play area that includes a jungle gym, swings and a tot-sized teeter-totter. There are also benches and picnic tables. Parking is best on Carol Street.
Norman Schack Park
6940 Laramie Ave, Skokie, IL 60077
This well-landscaped and well-shaded park exists to the south of Touhy Avenue on Laramie. Schack Park holds a niceMore picnic area as well as a children's play area and a few courts for playing tennis. Bathrooms are located in the middle of the recreation area and parking can found either to the east or south of the park. 
Shabonee Park
9811 Kedvale Ave, Skokie, IL 60076
Shabonee is an inviting little park situated on Kevdale Avenue, between Golf and Gross Point roads. The park features aMore basketball court, a sizable play area for kids, picnic tables and a grassy field. Parking can be found on Grant Road and Kedvale Avenue. For more information, visit the Skokie Park District Web site.
Mulford Park
7800 Avers Ave, Skokie, IL 60076
Mulford Park is tucked away in a neighborhood just north of the Skokie Swift line a couple of blocks to the east ofMore Crawford Avenue. The park has a basketball court, a children's playlot and plenty of room for lounging around. Parking is available on Avers; the park closes at 10pm.
Chippewa Park
7541 Tripp Ave, Skokie, IL 60076
Chippewa Park is a pleasant little park offering a playground, picnic tables, scattered benches, drinking fountainsMore and a basketball court.
Menominee Park
3902 Isabel St, Skokie, IL 60076
Menominee Park is a small park located a couple of blocks northeast of the intersection of Crawford and Oakton. TheMore space features a very basic jungle gym and a swingset, with some benches and tables available.
Oakton Park
4701 Oakton St, Skokie, IL 60076
Just east of the Skokie Water Playground, Oakton Park is a sprawling space with two baseball fields, two tennis courtsMore (located at the south end of the park) and a large children's play area. The play area consists of a jungle gym and slides. There are also a number tables and benches that families can use for picnics. Bathrooms are located toward the northern end of the park.
Donald W. Lyon Park
7640 Kostner Ave, Skokie, IL 60076
The David W. Lyon Park is located just north of Howard, halfway between Crawford and Skokie Boulevards. The parkMore includes a baseball field, basketball court and two tennis courts, as well as a jungle gym structure (with slides) that children can play on. Parking is available on Kenneth Avenue.
Peccia Park
5425 Brummel St, Skokie, IL 60077
Spacious Peccia Park abuts Frontage Road just a couple of blocks north of Howard. It features a basketball andMore volleyball court, as well as a children's play area with slides and a jungle gym. The beautifully landscaped park is a hidden gem within Skokie's park system.
Winnebago Park
8315 Knox Ave, Skokie, IL 60076
Winnebago is a small, shady park close to the intersection of Skokie Boulevard and Main. The park has a miniatureMore basketball court as well as a children's playlot that includes swings and a jungle gym. Parking is available on Knox Avenue.
Walter Lauth Park
8031 Keystone Ave, Skokie, IL 60076
Walter Lauth Park is a very pleasant grounds that caters to all age groups. The park has two tennis courts, a smallMore basketball court, a baseball and softball diamond and a spacious children's play area. There is a water fountain close to the play area and parking is available on Keystone.
Seneca Park
8720 Keystone Ave, Skokie, IL 60076
Seneca Park on Keystone Avenue was obviously designed with kids in mind. There is a jungle gym (with a slide) andMore plenty of open space for kids to run around in. Parking can be found on Keystone Avenue. Note that there are no sports fields or courts at this park.
Sequoya Park
5311 Lyons St, Skokie, IL 60077
Sequoya Park is nestled in a neighborhood a couple of blocks east of I-94. The park features a large grassy fieldMore to the north and a relatively unique children's play area (with swings) to the south. The park has a number of benches and picnic tables.
Emerson Park
Emerson St & Lawler Ave, Skokie, IL 60077
Emerson Park, situated a few blocks southwest of the southern boundary of Old Orchard Mall, is a nice little park with aMore small, sandy children's playlot (containing a see-saw, a jungle gym and a set of swings), two tennis courts and a full-sized basketball court. Parking is available on the east side of Lawler Avenue.
Henry O. Gleiss Park
9301 Keystone Ave, Skokie, IL 60076
Gleiss Park expresses the nice blend of urban and suburban qualities that Skokie offers its residents. The park, to itsMore north, houses a couple of tennis courts and two mini-basketball courts. The rest of the park is devoted to showcasing the variety of trees native to the region. In between the courts and the park itself is a small children's playground with a slide and a swingset and some benches parents can sit upon while enjoying the landscape.
Terminal Park
9401 Kenton Ave, Skokie, IL 60076
This is one of the community's flagship parks. Terminal Park is beautifully landscaped and has features everyone canMore enjoy. To the park's south end there is a baseball field complete with bleachers and lights for night games. Toward the northern border there are two tennis courts, two basketball courts, and a nice-size children's playlot. In between is a lovely, shaded area dotted with benches and a couple of bike racks.  Parking can be found to the west on Kenton Avenue.
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