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The Swing
1096 State St, Lemont, IL 60439
The Swing in Lemont is a new state-of-the-art indoor baseball, softball and soccer training facility. With over 20,000More square feet of playing space, teams and individuals can have the opportunity to train year around. The Swing opened its doors in January of 2010.
Hilltop Park
690 Kruk St, Lemont, IL 60439
Tucked into a residential area south of McCarthy Road is Hilltop Park, a medium-sized neighborhood playground. The parkMore was established in 1988 by the Lemont Lions. The updated jungle gym features swings, a slide and a climbing wall. To the south of the park is a big grassy area, perfect for catch, frisbee or a picnic.
Virginia Reed Park
51 E Eureka Dr, Lemont, IL 60439
At this train-themed park, kids of all ages will be able to play to their hearts' content. The playground includesMore slides, swings and a jungle gym, as well as a covered picnic area for adults to sit and chat. Dogs are permitted in Virginia Reed Park as long as they are leashed.
Lions Park
60 W Roberta St, Lemont, IL 60439
Nestled peacefully in the midst of a residential neighborhood, Lions Park has a lot to offer despite taking up no moreMore room than a standard-sized lot.  The park features a playground complete with swings, a teeter-totter, and a "pirate ship" for climbing, jumping, and imagining.  Benches and trees surround a generous open play area leading to a basketball court on the western side of the park.  The concrete basketball court is full-length, complete with two hoops and regulation court lines, a prime spot for gym rats seeking fresh air.  
Brown Park
20 E Custer St, Lemont, IL 60439

Tucked into a neighborhood directly southeast of the Lemont Street bridge is a small patch of land on either side ofMore Custer Street that makes up the simple but charming Brown Park. A playground, gazebo and open space provide a nice area to spend time outside at for both children and adults alike.

The gazebo can be found on the north side of the street with a stone bench inside, which features a permanent checker board printed on top. It's surrounded by a little grassy area that could be perfect for a summertime picnic.

To the south is the newer section of the park, which features a small plastic playset and large steps and concrete ledges around the set for parents to sit and watch their children. The concrete is decorated with the handprints and rear-end prints of children who lived in the neighborhood at the time it was poured. A swing set is very close by.

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