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Chicago, IL, US

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Doolittle West

Doolittle West

Public school: Facilities should be available for play during non-school hours
DOUGLAS (STEPHEN) Park

DOUGLAS (STEPHEN) Park

Located in the North Lawndale community and a neighborhood known as Pilsen. Douglas Park totals ...
Drake

Drake

There is also an open grass field for free play.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Park

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Park

In addition to the playground, inside The MLK Family Entertainment Center is an all inclusive rol...
Dunham Park

Dunham Park

The park features a senior baseball field, four junior baseball fields, a softball field, two ten...
Easter Seals' Gilchrist-Marchman (GM) Child Development Center

Easter Seals' Gilchrist-Marchman (GM) Child Development Center

The playground at Easter Seals' Gilchrist-Marchman Child Development Center (GM) is used daily by...
Eckhart Park

Eckhart Park

A large old playground space on woodchips. There is a sprinkler that runs all Summer. Next to the...
Edison

Edison

A small playspace with all of the essentials--3 slides, monkey bars, and plenty of different plat...
ELLIS (SAMUEL) Park

ELLIS (SAMUEL) Park

In addition to the playground there are walking paths throughout the park. This playground has th...
Englewood Methodist Church

Englewood Methodist Church

Separate play space for 2-5 year olds (tot lot). Ramps, Toddler Town, Rock Blocks, Roundabout, R...

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