Picnic shelters provide protection from the sun… or the rain. They give groups a designated place to meet. They help families celebrate reunions, birthday parties, or just plain fun. The Peoria Park District has shelters all over our community, many of which are available for reservation… click on the “rentals” link to reserve a shelter today!
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.
The Tawny Oaks Field Station is the newest environmental facility in the Peoria Park District! Tawny Oaks is comprised of a prairie restoration, ½ mile of handicap accessible gravel trail, a picnic area, and visitor center with restrooms. Tawny Oaks is open seasonally and offers various workshops, educational walks, and bird watching events.
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.