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Spring Facility Rentals Now Available

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Summer 2021 Program Guide Now Available!

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Serving Kankakee For Over 90 Years!

The Kankakee Valley Park District exists to acquire, develop and maintain parks; promote the conservation of natural and historical resources, and provide recreational facilities, programs, and services for the benefit of all District residents.

Established in 1925, The District serves the 36,000 residents of Aroma Park and Kankakee Townships. It is governed by five elected Park Board of Commissioners, and employs 10 full-time staff and approximately 70 part-time, seasonal, and temporary workers.

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Good Friday

Friday, March 26, 2021

The Bird Park Administrative Office will be closed on Friday, April 2 in observance of Good Friday.

COVID-19 Updates

February 1, 2021

As of today, Region 7 has moved into Phase 4 of the reopening plan.  All information regarding what is allowed can be found at:

Ice Valley

Groups of 50 can be on the ice and 50 spectators allowed. Hockey is still considered higher risk but can play at Level 3 which consists of intraconference, intraregional, or intra league play and meets/games.  Figure Skating is in the lower risk category.  They can do Level 1-4 which consists of competitions, championships, out of state play, etc.  


All outdoor recreation is open.  Indoor recreation can be at a maximum of 50 participants.  We will begin to accept reservations for open gym basketball.  


We will allow rentals of the following facilities and capacity.  Beckman-45, Bird-30, Goselin-30, Jeffers-15, Rec Center classrooms-16, Rec Center gym-50.

As usual, our trails and playgrounds remain open and available for your outdoor recreational needs.  

Anyone entering any of our facilities must wear a face covering, maintain social distance, wash hands often.

Our Summer 2021 Program Guide Is Now Available!

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