Facilities & Parks

Administrative Offices

The Administration Office at 1400 Railer Way is the center of all park district business. Built in 1967, it houses the offices of all park district staff. In addition to the offices, the building has both large and small meeting rooms and a kitchen available for rent. It’s the perfect location for a birthday party, wedding reception, business meeting, luncheon or even a garage sale. Audio/visual equipment is also available. Our fees are very affordable. Call Christine at 217-732-8770 or e-mail her at info@lincolnparkdistrict.com

Ball Fields

1

Andrews Complex

Located adjacent to the high school football field, the complex features three baseball diamonds.

2

Bronco

3

Lindstrom

4

Pony Tri-Plex

Constructed in 2006 on the southwest corner of the Railer Way property, this site features three softball fields.

5

A-Field

6

B-Field

7

Breezy Field

8

Lehn & Fink Park

Located within Lehn & Fink Park at Pekin and Beason Streets.

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Memorial Park

Located in the beautiful Memorial Park, this softball field is the perfect place for a friendly game with family or friends. The field is available free of charge on a first-come, first-served bases. Memorial Park is adjacent to the Elk's Country Club off of Fifth Street Road.

Parks

We encourage you and your family to utilize your neighborhood parks. Take a walk, have a picnic or visit a playground. Take a step towards a healthy lifestyle by taking the time to enjoy the outdoors with friends and family.

Park Locations

Exchange Club Park – Monroe and 21st Streets
Lehn & Fink Park – Pekin and Beason Streets
Mayfair Park (City Park) – Southgate Street and Allison Drive
Melrose Park (City Park) – Adams and 13th Streets
Memorial Park – Memorial Park Road
Postville Park (City Park) – 5th and Washington Streets
Ray White Park (City Park) – Monroe and Short 11th Streets

Memorial Park Pavilions

The Memorial Park shelters are available for persons to reserve for private parties or reunions from April 1 to October 15. The park offers applicants a choice of 5 shelters located in the 42-acre park. Reservations for the open-air shelters are available free-of-charge on a first-come, first-served basis by contacting the office at 217-732-8770.

Park Regulations

Park regulations help to create and maintain a safe and healthy environment in all parks and facilities. Please abide by these guidelines.

  • All parks are closed to the public from 11:00pm until 6:00am the following day.
  • Alcohol is not permitted in parks or facilities.
  • Driving through the grass or through the parks is prohibited. Parking is allowed in designated areas only.
  • Fires are allowed in property receptacles only. Avoid leaving hot coals.
  • Vandals will be prosecuted and must reimburse the Park District for any and all damages.
  • Pets are allowed in the park when on a leash. Please clean up after your pet.
  • Groups of 25 or more wishing to utilize a park should complete a park use permit. There is no fee for the permit unless the holder has a concert, fund-raiser or similar event in the park. Insurance coverage may be required.
  • A complete list of park regulations is available at the Administrative Center.