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Stories tagged "recreation": 75

Centennial Park is the second largest park in the Champaign Park District and has the widest variety of recreation to offer visitors. Centennial Park offers eight lighted tennis courts, one lighted baseball field and five unlighted baseball…

Turnberry Ridge Park features a playground with swings, a half basketball court, picnic areas, a shelter, and a water fountain. This park also contains part of the Turnberry Ridge Trail (1 mile).

Mullikin Park offers picnic areas, a shelter, outdoor grills, drinking fountains, a half basketball court, a playground with swings, and wide open space. Champaign's newest trail, Pipeline Trail (1 mile), is due west of Mullikin park and runs…

The Porter Family Park is one of Champaign's newest parks, and the first natural areas park. The park currently has numerous walking paths, 300 trees, native plants, a pond with a pedestrian bridge, a small shelter, picnic areas, outdoor grills, a…

Robeson Park features wide open space, picnic areas, drinking fountains, a walking path, and a playground with swings and a sand box. The park is adjacent to Robeson Elementary, and contains two unlighted baseball fields and a soccer field. …

This park began with 3.05 acres as a partial purchase and partial donation in 1978; Clarence Thompson and his neighbors raised funds. In 1997 .014 acres was added through a license agreement with the City of Champaign. Finally, that same year,…

Wisegarver Park is adjacent to Carrie Busey school, and gives extra land to the school for play. The park offers a soccer field, and an unlighted baseball field. Simon Trail begins (or ends) at Wisegarver Park. The trail is .53 miles…

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