Warren Park in Chicago is the North Region’s largest park, covering almost 90 acres. It features numerous special attractions for each season of the year. Starting in spring, the ever-popular batting cages are open to the public. The nine-station cage gives you a choice of baseball or softball, and pitching speeds ranging from forty to seventy miles-per-hour. You must bring your own bat. For fitness enthusiasts, a paved path winds through the park. It is popular with joggers, cyclists, and people who just enjoy a relaxing, healthy walk. The park’s Robert A. Black nine-hole golf course and putting practice area are located in the northeast end. There is also a racquetball court. Winter activities feature ice skating and downhill sledding.
Warren Park has many activities for children and teens, from music and photography to sports. The after-school programs include baseball, soccer and basketball. This wonderful urban recreation area has been serving Chicago residents since the 1970s, when the land it occupies was rescued from high-rise development. For visitors staying in budget hotels near Warren Park in Chicago, easy public transportation to the park is available. Check our listings at EasyToBook.com for further information.