Facility Details

North School Park

307 N. Evergreen Ave.
Arlington Heights, IL 60004

Hours: 5 am -11 pm

The fountain startup is the second Saturday in April and the shutdown is the Friday before Halloween.

Photos

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Details:

Seasonal concerts and special events are a regular occurrence at this park. North School Park was purchased in 1988 by the Park District and Village of Arlington Heights. Once owned by Village founder, Asa Dunton, the site was designated to remain open space for the Village children. Developed as a focal point for the downtown business district, this site boasts such amenities as a display fountain, accessible playground, brick walkways with seating and lighting, unique landscaping and a performance amphitheater.

Bench-lined brick walkways with beautiful ornamental trees radiate from the show piece central fountain. The fountain makes a beautiful background for family photos, prom photos and wedding photos.
 

Rentals:

You may reserve the grassy areas and/or small amphitheater at North School Park for small wedding ceremonies and similar events that comply with current Restore Illinois guidelines. The fountain area, pathways, and playground may not be exclusively reserved or blocked from public use. Currently, electricity and restrooms are not available at the park. If you are interested in reserving space at the park, please complete the attached application and submit it to Cari Boyle at cboyle@ahpd.org
 

Features

  • Bike/Walk PathBike/Walk Path
  • ParkPark
  • Parking LotParking Lot
  • PlaygroundPlayground
  • Playground ages under 5Playground ages under 5
  • Public RestroomsPublic Restrooms
  • Seating Area Seating Area
  • Special UseSpecial Use
  • WiFiWiFi

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