Skip to content
Heritage Park

Heritage Park

More than just a park, Heritage Park is a vibrant community hub. One of five centers in the district, it offers residents a place to connect with dedicated classroom space, offices and meeting rooms. The park itself is a haven for all ages, featuring a playground and basketball courts shared with Juliette Low School. In winter, the thrill of the sledding hill and the refreshing ice rink make Heritage Park a community favorite. For those who enjoy a scenic walk, a path winds around the park (excluding the school grounds) for nearly ¾ of a mile. Tennis enthusiasts can take advantage of the park’s three outdoor courts equipped with lighting, though please note these courts close for the winter season and reopen in spring.

Community Center

Heritage Park has a Community Center with offices, meeting rooms, and class space. In the summer you can enjoy the swimming pool, and in the winter you can utilize the sledding hill and ice skating rink.

Outdoor Tennis Courts

Lights are available on or about April 1 – mid-November from one hour before dusk until 11 pm. The courts will be CLOSED for the winter season.

Heritage Park tennis courtsThe Heritage Park path map is .9 of a mile.

Path Map

Click below to view all Arlington Heights Community Centers.

Our Community Centers




Contact Kevin Wollnik, Pioneer & Heritage Park/Athletic Supervisor for more information.

Having trouble opening PDFs? Download Adobe Reader here.

Heritage Park Features & Amenities

  • Ball Field
  • Banquet/Meeting Rooms
  • Basketball Courts
  • Bike/Walk Path
  • Community Center
  • Ice Rink
  • Park
  • Parking Lot
  • Pickleball- Indoor Court
  • Playground
  • Playground ages 2-12
  • Pool
  • Public Restrooms
  • Seating Area
  • Sled Hill
  • Tennis- Outdoor Courts
  • Tennis- Outdoor Lighted Courts
  • Volleyball- Outdoor Sand Court
  • WiFi
Arlington Heights Park District

Install Arlington Heights Park District

Install this application on your home screen for quick and easy access when you’re on the go.

Just tap then “Add to Home Screen”

Accessibility Toolbar