|3565 Legacy Boulevard off Kirk Road|
Open Dawn to Dusk
Lighted Amenities Open Until 11pm – Skate Park, Sand Volleyball, Baseball/Softball Fields, Tennis Courts
This park closes in December and reopens in March, weather permitting.
Park Type: Community Park
Park/Facility Code: ESSC
Restroom Type: Vault/Flushable
Trails: 2.84 miles
Home of the Park District’s Adult Softball League and the St. Charles Youth Baseball
This park is protected by the StrikeGuard Lightning Warning System.
Have you heard of the nationally-trending ‘park prescription’ programs?
Doctors are prescribing a dose of nature and a walk in the park to better one’s health. Walking can help maintain a healthy weight, strengthen your bones and muscles, increase your flexibility, and lower your blood pressure/cholesterol, to name a few. Walking also eases stress, helps you sleep better and can improve your mental well-being. All you need is a good pair of walking shoes. Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program. For a trail map: click here
- Baseball/Softball – Game Fields Only; Reservations Required/Rental Fee Applicable
- Basketball – Open Play/Free Use*
- Fishing – Open Play/Free Use*
- Football/Rugby – Reservations Required/Rental Fee Applicable
- Lacrosse – Reservations Required/Rental Fee Applicable
- Sand Volleyball – Open Play/Free Use*
- Soccer – Reservations Required/Rental Fee Applicable
- Tennis – Open Play/Free Use*
*Park District programs and rentals have priority for use. This is not allowed for organized sports team practices or play.
- Dog Park
- Fitness Stations
- Metal Bleachers
- Native Plantings
- Parking Lot
- Picnic Shelter
- Picnic Tables
- Sand Volleyball
- Skate Park
- Tennis Court
State fishing licensing and regulations apply in all Park District waterways.
~ Limited Availability ~
2 ft. by 8 ft. 4-color sign
1st Year = $2000 • 2nd Year = $1500
For more details, call Erika Young at 630-513-4319
In March 1999, the District purchased seven additional acres from Ed Regole to contribute to a new sports complex on the east side of town.On June 1, 2002, the District hosted the grand opening of this park site in cooperation with the St. Charles Boys’ Baseball Association and the Girls’ & Women’s Softball Association. The public was invited to celebrate with a hot dog picnic, visits from four retired baseball legends — Bob Miller, Paul Popovich, Jimmy Piersall and Terry Donahue, and some friendly baseball/softball games.This park site was made possible by the assistance of grant funds from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, an Illinois FIRST grant and the Kane County Board.East of Kirk Road about 1 mile south of Rt. 64