Sesquicentennial Park in Warrenville

September 18, 2010 | By | Reply More

Sesquicentennial Park in Warrenville is a fun little park that is rarely crowded. The park is located just south of Butterfield Road on Main Street (west of Batavia Road and east of Route 59.

The center of the park features a picnic area with 4 picnic tables, and has a roof for shade and to provide shelter from rain. It’s a great place to sit and relax while watching the kids run around like maniacs.

Sesquicentennial Park features a full-size playground for the bigger kids, but also has a smaller-scale playset for the tots. There is a full-court basketball court that is very well maintained. In fact, the entire park and equipment is relatively new and well-maintained. The park has some nicely paved paths, as well as direct access to the Illinois Prairie Path.

One of my favorite things about this park is the swingset. There are swings for every age group as well as swings for those with disabilities (full-size swinging chairs). There are no washroom facilities at this park, but there are plenty of bushes 😉

Warrenville should be proud of Sesquicentennial Park. Overall, I would rate this park a 7 on a 10-point scale. Check it out!

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