The District owns 456.53 acres, leases 258.56 acres of land and has 58 parks comprised of community parks, neighborhood parks, play lots, passive parks and linear parks. Recreational facilities include five outdoor swimming pools, five community centers (each with gymnasium and meeting rooms), a cultural arts center, historical museum, senior center, Forest View Racquet and Fitness Club, Heritage Tennis Club, Arlington Lakes Golf Club, Olympic Indoor Swim Center, Nickol Knoll Golf Club, Melas Park Softball Complex, Lake Arlington's 1.8 mile walk/bike path and 50 acre boating lake, Sunset Meadows driving range, athletic fields and .88 mile walking path, 45 ball diamonds (41 Park District, 4 School District), 3 football fields and 7 soccer fields (5 Park District, 2 School District), 42 playgrounds, 52 outdoor tennis courts, 16 outdoor ice skating rinks, 7 sand volleyball courts, 30 basketball courts and 17 picnic areas.
The Giving Tree
Leaves of Gold, Silver and Bronze will be part of this enduring art as a lasting tribute.
Give a "Living Memorial" Buy a Tree
Honor that special person or occasion with the Park District's Living Memorial program.
Purchase an engraved brick paving walkways across Arlington Heights.
Arlington Heights Park Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to improving and expanding Arlington Heights parks and green spaces. Their current fundraising efforts support the Drive to Revive Memorial Park effort.
Rent a Garden Plot
Enthusiastic gardeners without a plot of their own can rent one from the Park District.
Our environmental/conservation page is provided to inform the residents and participants of Arlington Heights Park District programs and parks to what the district is doing to help promote sound policies, procedures, and practices to work being done in the parks and facilities.