Whether you’re a part of a team or are enjoying a pick-up game with friends or family, the Peoria Park District has multiple baseball fields ready and waiting. Check out the list of sites below and click on the “rental” button to reserve a field for your team’s practice or game.
Whether you want to shoot hoops, skateboard or inline skate, or just enjoy the great outdoors, Becker Park is for you! Becker Park has a 0.6 mile trail which is paved and fairly level.
Peoria Heights, IL
Located just south of Detweiller, Bielfeldt is a great spot for a family picnic or a lunchtime walk. Bielfeldt Park has a 0.25 mile loop trail which is paved and fairly level.
This large park, located adjacent to Bradley University, was established in the late 19th century. Filled with amenities that will appeal to dog lovers and sports fans alike, the park traverses a high bluff woodland that grades down into the floodplain of Dry Run Creek. Along with numerous picnic sites, the park also features a beautiful Japanese bridge. The roads through Bradley Park provide paved, but not so level hiking opportunities. If you have questions about rentals at this park, please call 309-682-1200.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Grand View Drive is a 2.52 mile meandering pleasure driveway constructed in 1903. The “world’s most beautiful drive,” as President Theodore Roosevelt referred to it in a visit to Peoria in 1910, offers visitors numerous panoramic scenic views of the Illinois River Valley and the chance to view many historic and remarkable homes lining it. The linear park is especially beautiful in autumn, with the ever-changing colors of fall leaves. Grand View Drive has 1.75 miles of paved sidewalk for hiking.
Located next to Mark Bills School, Markwoodlands is pleased to host Notre Dame JFL and Peoria Christian Center baseball.
- Baseball Field(s)
- Pets Welcome
- Soccer Field(s)
South DuSable Street, Peoria
Proctor Center is a year-round recreational facility the offers two gyms, auditorium with stage, a lounge area with television, weight room, arts & crafts room, game room, outdoor basketball courts, playground, and a play field area.
The splashpad is open from 11am-7pm, Memorial Day through Labor Day.
For 2022, the pool is open from noon-4pm, Monday – Friday starting June 6 and closing July 29, 2022. Look for changes or closures on the Proctor Facebook page.
Not to be confused with its neighbor to the south, Sommer Park North is a neighborhood park filled with activity. Sommer Park North has 1.25 miles
of paved, but not so level hiking opportunities and sports amenities!
Stadium Park is a cooperative partnership between Peoria School District #150 and the Peoria Park District. Located off Lake Avenue, Stadium Park makes use of School District land directly adjacent to the Peoria Stadium complex. Stadium Park has a .45 mile loop for hiking that is paved and fairly level.
Named for longstanding Peoria Park District board member and President Tim Cassidy, there’s something for everyone at Timothy J. Cassidy Park… basketball, tennis, fishing, and more! Timothy J. Cassidy Park has a 0.9 mile loop trail which is paved and fairly level.