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Complete the Bucket List Challenge at Champaign Parks!

by Rose Price

Spend time in the beautiful summer sun as you “romp and stomp” at all the playgrounds in Champaign! The Champaign Park District is hosting a Bucket List Challenge to encourage residents to explore the amazing park facilities found in our city. Now through the end of September, have fun throughout Champaign and be entered to win prizes!  

 

Download the Bucket List Challenge Brochure and start exploring all of the 29 incredible playgrounds (listed below) located throughout the community. Once you have checked off all the buckets, send or drop off the completed brochure to any Champaign Park District facility  at the end of the month to be entered in a drawing for awesome prizes!

 

Bucket List Challenge Parks

Beardsley Park (1006 North Walnut Street)

Bristol Park (1300 North Market Street)

Centennial Park (2200 West Kirby Avenue)

Clark Park (900 South McKinley Avenue)

Davidson Park (1108 West Church Street)

Eisner Park (1301 West Church Street)

Douglass Park (501 East Eureka Street)

Glenn Park (400 North Mattis Avenue)

Garden Hills Park (1701 Bloomington Road)

Hazel Park (1209 North Neil Street)

Hessel Park (1400 Grandview Drive)

Johnston Park (701 Goldenview Drive)

Mayfair Park (1507 Maywood Drive)

Millage Park (2802 Cherry Creek Road)

Morrissey Park (1209 Harrington Drive)

Mullikin Park (2110 Mullikin Drive)

Noel Park (1110A Sterling)

Robert C. Porter Family Park (2310 South Rising Road)

Powell Park (3212 Clayton Road)

Robeson Meadows West Park (2865 South Duncan Avenue)

Robeson Park (1984 South Duncan Avenue)

Scott Park (207 East Springfield Avenue)

Spalding Park (900 North Harris Avenue)

Sunset Ridge Park (4102 Boulder Ridge Drive)

Toalson Park (502 Bardeen Lane)

Turnberry Ridge Park (910 Cobblefield Road)

Wesley Park (915 North Third Street)

West Side Park (400 West University Avenue)

Zahnd Park (2502 South Staley Road)

 

The parks are just one of the many fabulous amenities that make Champaign a great place for families to call home! Come discover your dream home in Champaign! Give Champaign Rose a call today or visit our website at http://www.champaignrose.com/.

 

Image Credit: Champaign Park District

It is officially the first day of Spring! Warmer weather is ahead and plants and flowers will soon begin to blossom. The Champaign/Urbana area is home to great outdoor recreational spots to enjoy the first couple weeks of spring and throughout the warmer months of the year. Be sure to check out our favorite spots to explore nature and have fun in the sun this spring!

 

 

Meadowbrook Park  (2808 South Race Street, Urbana)

Come discover all that Meadowbrook Park has to offer. There are great natural spaces to explore along the walking and bicycling trails. The park is dedicated to restoring habitats that are native to central Illinois. These areas include the Timpone Ornamental Tree Grove, McCullough and Douglas creek corridors, and 80 acre prairie. Spend time in the park’s plant and herb gardens, as well as the amazing Wandell Sculpture Garden. The highlight of the park is PrairiePlay, a 13,000 square foot play structure!

 

University of Illinois Arboretum (1800 South Lincoln Avenue, Urbana)

A favorite outdoor spot in the Champaign/Urbana area, the Arboretum covers 160 acres of the University of Illinois’s south campus. While it serves as a spot for university students to learn, it is open to the public to explore. Visitors love spending time in the arboretum’s numerous Gardens, which boast a wide variety of plant life. Be sure to swing by the Idea Garden and nearby Japan House. The arboretum is truly one of our area’s most peaceful and beautiful spaces to spend time outside.

 

Crystal Lake Park (206 West Park Street, Urbana)

Crystal Lake is a community park filled with spectacular amenities. Everyone in your family will find something they love in this park. Residents that enjoy spending time exploring natural landscapes should visit the Anita Purves Nature Center and wander through Busey Woods. If you prefer spending time in or on the water, be sure to check out the Family Aquatic Center for swimming or the park’s lake for boating and fishing.  This park also offers a playground and picnic areas for a family fun afternoon.

 

River Bend Forest Preserve (1602 Mid America Road, Mahomet)

Spend time in the great outdoors in this beautiful forest preserve. Covering over 280 acres, there are ample opportunities to view wildlife and marvel at the natural landscape. There are several miles of trails to enjoy throughout the forest. Visitors can also spend time on crystal clear waters on one of the preserve’s two lakes. Boating and fishing are available on both.

 

Allerton Park & Retreat Center (515 Old Timber Road, Monticello)

Allerton Park is considered one of Illinois’s Seven Wonders. Escape the hustle and bustle of the city within the 1,500+ acres included in this spectacular park. With 14 miles of hiking trails, 500 acres of contiguous forest, opportunities for bird watching, 30 acres of prairie land, and part of the Sangamon River, there is much to explore this spring. Be sure to also stop by the Formal Gardens, which houses some of the most beautiful flowers and sculptures you have ever seen.

 

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