Sugar Grove Park District is excited to announce the re-opening of many of its outdoor spaces on June 15.
What’s Opening on June 15?
Woof Run Dog Park (registration required)
Open spaces, baseball fields, athletic courts, trails, picnic areas, shelters at
- Belle Vue Park
- Black Walnut Park
- Carson Slough Park
- Chelsea Park
- Dugan Park
- Keck Park
- Mallard Park
- McDole Park
- Sugar Grove Sports Complex
- Strubler Park
- Walnut Woods Park
- Windsor Pointe Park
What’s Staying Closed?
Playgrounds – swings, climbing structures, balance beams, whirls, spinners, spring rides, slides, tunnels, talk tubes, puzzles, etc.
All Sugar Grove Park District playgrounds will continue to be closed until Phase 4 of Restore Illinois Plan. We are on target to enter that phase on Friday, June 26.
School-Park Properties – All outdoor recreation spaces, courts, fields, playgrounds, trails, tracks, etc. at properties shared with Kaneland School District #302 and Sugar Grove Park District.
- Outdoor recreation spaces at Kaneland John Shields Elementary School & Volunteer Park are closed.
- Outdoor recreation spaces at Harter Middle School & Harter Community Park are closed.
Enjoy the Benefits of Parks and Recreation Safely
Please practice physical distancing of at least 6 feet and NOT gather in groups. If you have any symptoms, STAY HOME and DO NOT use public spaces.