Scoville Park 800 Lake St, Oak Park, IL60301 Acquired in 1913, Scoville Park was Oak Park's first park, named after Charles B. Scoville, the previous owner of the…More land and an advocate for the creation of the Park District. Scoville Park, designed by noted Landscape Architect Jens Jensen, was named to the National Register of Historic Places by the National Park Service in 2002. The southeast corner features a replica of a fountain originally designed by sculptor Richard Bock and architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The Park facility features a playground, three tennis courts and space for summer concerts and events.
Avenue Parking Garage Village of Oak Park 101 N Euclid Ave, Oak Park, IL60301 Avenue Parking Garage is the economical alternative to parking on the street, especially when the city's street meters…More charge one dollar per hour. After the free first hour, the rates inside the garage increase incrementally, maxing out at ten dollars a day. The garage is safe and well-lit, with automated machines to pay tickets quickly. Avenue Parking Garage is one of the few places in Oak Park that offers overnight parking.
Mills Park 217 Home Ave, Oak Park, IL60302 Named after the Mills family, which owned the land and the "Pleasant Home" located on the northeast corner of this…More 7-acre parcel in central Oak Park, Mills Park can be a great spot for a picnic or a stroll. Take a peek at the historic view of the park provided by the Oak Park Tourist website.
What began as a public landfill is now the site of a sprawling park with ballfields, tennis courts, green fields and…More gardens. In the 1930s, Parks Superintendent Gustav Lindberg, redesigned it, and had parts of gardens dismantled after the 1934 World's Fair in Chicago transplanted there. The gardens later turned into a "victory garden" in the World War II era, and then into a vast meadow.
Through the combined efforts of the Park District of Oak Park, Oak Park and River Forest High School and the Garden Club of Oak Park and River Forest, the garden now contains about 90 varieties of perennial plants native to the area. The 13.9-acre park, which is situated in the northwest corner of Oak Park, also features a concession stand and a playground.
Park Avenue Cleaners 817 S Oak Park Ave, Oak Park, IL60304 This neighborhood cleaner is located on busy South Oak Park Avenue. Park Avenue Cleaners offers expert alteration…More services in a designated fitting area.
Midcity Parking Service 1047 S Cuyler Ave, Oak Park, IL60304 An at-home family business, Midcity Parking Service has been based out of Oak Park since 1980. Midcity provides valet…More service for restaurants and private events, such as weddings or parties. It currently runs three parking lots in Chicago and provides valet service for the Black Eye Theatre downtown. Service will be tailored to suit the customer's needs.