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Located adjacent to each other Hampton Hills and Prince Crossing Trails subdivisions, these two parks make up one great neighborhood park. The Hampton Hills side which is accessible at 719 Hampton Course Drive features a playground, catch and release pond, gazebo and path system. The Prince Crossing side which is accessible at 900 McCormick Lane features a playground and path system.



Hampton Hills Park was acquired in 2001. This 7-acre park features asphalt walking paths, a gazebo, landscaped beds, a pond, and wetlands. The pond has a diverse fish population, along with bullfrogs, painted turtles, soft shell turtles, snapping turtles, egrets, sandhill cranes, and cormorants. A bubbler in the pond helps boost this thriving ecosystem.


Prince Crossing Farms Park, a 1.5-acre park across from Hampton Hills, was later in 2005. The park features asphalt walking areas, landscaped beds, an open play area, and a playground. The park is walkable, runs along a stream, and connects to the DuPage County’s Forest Preserve’s path.


Daily: dawn to dusk

National Demonstration Site


As a National Demonstration Site (NDS), this new playground utilizes NatureGrounds, Me2, and Play On! best design practices so that everyone, no matter their age or ability, can have fun!

Learn more about what it means to be a National Demonstration Site (NDS) with PlayCore.

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Preserving Parks

Did you know? The West Chicago Park District is an accredited Level II Aboretum with over 2,300+ trees and 106 different species in managed areas alone. Learn more.


Tree Donation Program: Make a contribution that has lasting power! Take a positive and personal step toward improving the environment by donating a tree to the West Chicago Park District.

Virtual Tree Tour

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