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This community park is located on the south side of the city. Pioneer Park features a pond, 2 pavilions, a playground, one WCCHS soccer field, 5 baseball/softball fields and a splash pad. The park was redeveloped with the help of an Open Space Land Acquisition Development (OSLAD) grant and completed in 2011.

Splash Pad Hours of Operation: 10:00am - 8:00pm.

Season Dates: May 1 - Labor Day



Pioneer Park was acquired from 1973 through 2008. The 34.55-acre park is next door to Pioneer Elementary School and features five baseball fields, lighted parking lots, a playground/climber, a soccer field, a splash pad, trails, two basketball courts, and two pavilions.


The passive woodland area includes a variety of wildlife and plants, including bluegills, snakes, ducks and geese, Maple trees, and cottonwood trees. The wetland area in the southern part of the park features turf grass, reed canary grass, sandbar willow, and black willow.


The West Chicago Park District has several Picnic Pavilions available for rent May 1 through August 31. Reservations can be made through our office which is located at 201 W National Street in West Chicago, IL or online. We do not reserve without payment.​


Rental rates are per day, per pavilion and are non-refundable/non-transferable.

$60R/$72NR (9:00am to Dusk)


If you are in need of additional information please call Taylor Hutton at (630) 231-9474 or email at


Daily: dawn to dusk

General Park Rules


The Pioneer Pavilion features a covered pavilion and four picnic tables. The Pioneer Pavilion is located in the middle of Pioneer Park near the Splash Pad and is accessible from West Forest Avenue and Pearl Road.

Capacity is 50.

Pioneer Play

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Spash Pad

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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.

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Report a Concern

Have an emergency? Please call 911.

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