Central Park

Central Park Notice

Following the Executive Order announced by the Governor, all playgrounds, fields, and sport courts are closed, and group activities must cease. Along with these closures, Park District facilities will remain closed through at least April 30, 2020.

The Oak Brook Park District, created in 1962, owns and maintains six parks in Oak Brook, totaling 173 acres. Central Park, bordered by Jorie Boulevard, Kensington Road, Route 83, and Forest Gate Road, is home to the District’s Tennis Center, Family Recreation Center, Fitness Center, indoor Family Aquatic Center, Central Park West, Pavilion, administration offices, and outdoor athletic fields. Athletic fields, playgrounds and walking paths are available in several locations for the enjoyment of the community.

Special Features:
Universal Playground        
Community Ice Rink

Amenities

• Biking/Walking paths
• Fishing ponds
• Fishing Pier in Ginger Creek
• Evergreen Bank Group Synthetic Athletic Field
• 4 Ball Fields
• Natural Turf Fields
• Basketball Courts
• Sand Vollyball Court
• 3 playground sites

• Performing Arts Pavilion
• Disc Golf Course
• Gazebo
• Central Park West
• Tennis Center
• Family Recreation Center
• Family Aquatic Center
• Administrative Offices

View a map & list of all DuPage County trails here.

Summer Notice: Lightning Warning System

Oak Brook Park District’s Lightning Prediction System is in operation from April - November.

ONE PROLONGED BLAST OF THE HORN: Immediately seek shelter in a vehicle or building, conditions are right for generating lightning. ALL OUTDOOR ACTIVITY MUST CEASE.
THREE FIVE-SECOND BLASTS: All clear signal-risk of lightning has diminished. AVOID: Open areas, water, tall trees, metal fences, cellular phones, and radios.