Pioneer Park, located on Route 30 at
the far west end of the village, adjacent to the Hinckley-Big Rock Elementary School
is a nostalgic village park. The open space and large shade
trees make this a perfect place to visit often whether for a
play date, picnic, group outing, or for just a quiet get-a-way.
Located within the park is a:
- shelter building with kitchen facilities
that may be rented for group activities
- lighted tennis court and multi-use area
that is often used for basketball, soccer, or floor hockey
- play area which includes
a Climbing Web, Xcelerator and Tilted Sky runner
-spinning, swings, and parallel bars
- swinging bench where adults can sit and
Ribbon cutting at Garfield Park Shelter.
Pictured: Cary Gawel, Advisory Board member, Jim Roderick,Village President,
and Kris Kestila-Ohnstad, Parks and Rec Coordinator. Thanks again to
everyone who made the construction of the shelter possible.
Garfield Park is a small neighborhood park
located on Garfield Street two blocks north of Route 30. The equipment at this park is geared for the
younger children. Play equipment includes swings and a modular play set.
There is ample open space for just running or playing small group games.
Streamside Park is a quiet open
space nestled along the Little Rock Creek on S. Sycamore
Street. It is the perfect place to take youngsters to fish in
the spring or to sit by and enjoy the sounds of the small
Registration forms are available at the Hinckley Village Office,
the Hinckley Public Library, and available for download.
Registration forms and fees must be received at the
Village Office 1 week prior to the class starting date.***If you
register after this time please contact Kris at 815-739-1336 or
email her at
firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm class
Refunds are given up to 1 week prior to the class starting date.
If a refund is requested after this time it is at the discretion
of the instructor pending supplies purchased and enrollment. No
refunds will be given after the class has begun. Refunds are
given if a class is cancelled.
HCB denotes the Hinckley Community Building as a program location
in class descriptions. Check the bulletin board at the HCB for
Grade levels are based on the fall school year
Download your registration form here -
Meetings are held at the Hinckley
Village Office bi-monthly and begin at 6:30pm. These meetings
are open to the public.
Suggestions for future programs are always
appreciated. Call Kris at 815-739-1336 or email her at
email@example.com if you have a skill you would be willing to
share or if you have an idea for a program.
Scholarships are available for program fees. If you would like
further information contact Kris.