Blarney Stone Sports Leagues 15400 Cicero Ave, Oak Forest, IL60452 Blarney Stone Sports Leagues is a multi-discipled adult sports league for those 21 and older. Sports include Dodgeball,…More Volleyball, Kickball, Wiffleball, Men's and Ladies Softball and Badminton. League seaons run throughout the year. Visit the provided website for information about Blarney Stone Sports, league registration and more.
Harriet Park 16000 Forest Ave, Oak Forest, IL60452 The neighborhood park at the corner of 160th Street and Forest Avenue includes a full playground with swings, monkey…More bars and slides. Benches line the perimeter of the play area, with a volleyball lot on the back half of the property. The park includes lighting, and a newly paved area for various uses by residents.
St. Damian School 5300 155th St, Oak Forest, IL60452 St. Damian School educates preschoolers through eighth graders. The Catholic school is associated with the Archdiocese…More of Chicago. Families pay tuition for each student, and an Educated Child Fund provides stipends to families in need. The school runs its own food pantry for local, struggling families, and hosts other charitable events. The school's boys' and girls' athletic teams include basketball, volleyball and combined golf.
Central Park 15601 Central Ave, Oak Forest, IL60452 This park is the largest in Oak Forest, at 16.5 acres. It has a football field, three baseball diamonds, a paved walking…More path, a playground with tot lot, two tennis courts and a basketball court. Sand volleyball fans utilize the park's two courts, while inline skaters have an area to themselves. There also an on-site concessions stand and a picnic area with tables and grills under the shade of trees.
Terry Steczo Park 6200 Daniels Ln, Oak Forest, IL60452 Located in the Landings neighborhood of Oak Forest, Terry Steczo Park was named in honor of the former Illinois State…More Representative. Neighborhood residents can easily access the park at the corner of Moorings and Daniels lanes. The park includes a pavilion, full playground with tot lot, and covered pavilion with picnic tables. A paved path weaves through the 0.8-acre park, leading to a sand volleyball pit and full basketball court. Benches are placed throughout the park.
One of Oak Forest's 16 neighborhood parks, Malecky Park is located at the intersection of 172nd Street and Arrowhead…More Trace.
The park includes a playground complete with monkey bars, swings and slides. A paved walkway loops around the property, and the area also boasts a covered pavilion with picnic tables overlooking the play area and tot lot. A sand volleyball pit and basketball court are also available for use by residents. The park closes daily at dusk.
With 615 students, Arbor Park Middle School holds the title of District 145's largest. Located on Central Avenue, the…More middle school campus is also home to District 145 administration.
Under the guidance of Principal Mary Beth Sexton, 42 faculty members lead fifth through eighth grade students.
The middle school offers a full program of extra-curricular activities and athletics, including boys' and girls' basketball, volleyball, track, cheerleading and running club. Students can also participate in activities like choir, band, National Junior Honor Society, Student Council, yearbook, school newspaper and more. For a full list, visit the school's website.
One of two handicapped-accessible parks in the park district, El Morro touts a miniature golf course, tennis courts,…More a picnic area, pavilions, a playground and a concession stand.
The park's pavilions are available for rental. Both pavilions are open from noon until dusk: One holds up to 100 people and the second can accommodate up to 25. Rental information is available here. During the rental period, the permit includes access to miniature golf and food packages (at an extra fee), concession stand use, indoor restroom access, as well as use of playground equipment, sand volleyball court and tennis court.