Located at 7425 S. Wolf Road, Burr Ridge.
Walker Park Features:
- Tot Lot
- Fishing Station
- Sand Volleyball
- Public Washrooms
- Drinking Fountain
- Picnic Area
- Roller Hockey
- Ice Skating
- Canoe Launch
- Walking Path
Walker Park Gazebo
The Gazebo offers patrons a permanent structure to rest and relax in from the hot summer heat. It’s a great place to put food and have a nice meal with family and friends. Electricity is available at this picnic site. Thinking about an outside wedding in a park? The Gazebo is definitely an option. For more information call (630) 662-6220.
All of our Parks offer great picnic areas for company or family gatherings or even get togethers with friends. These areas may be reserved, pending the Pleasant Dale Park District’s program and special event schedule. The lighted sand volleyball, tennis and basketball courts at Walker Park may also be rented. For more information call (630) 662-6220.
Looking for baseball, softball or soccer fields? Our athletic fields are in top condition and waiting for your group. For more information contact Matt Russian at (630) 662-6220.
Got the munchies! Our concession stand is stocked and ready to serve you and your friends during your Spring through Summer visits to Walker Park and the Recreation Center.
Items on the menu include: Hotdogs, Pizza, Popcorn, Nachos, Ice Cream, Beverages, Candy & Cookies.
The Snack Shack will once again be "on the road" this season with staff bringing soda and snacks to the outer limits of Walker Park, including East and West Fields in the new beverage cart. We're making it even easier to munch our at the Park!
This is a season operation and hours will vary depending on programming schedules. For more information call (630) 662-6220.
The “Snack Shack” is a place where we can eat together.
Help Keep Our Parks Safe
Our parks are your place to play, spend time with your family or participate in an organized activity. Please report any maintenance problems immediately call (630) 662-6220. Additionally, we ask that you report any unusual circumstances or behavior that you witness by immediately calling your local police or 911.
Please help us keep our parks a safe place people want to come back to visit.