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Face Masks/Coverings Update:  Effective Monday, August 30, 2021 the statewide new mask mandate will be in effect and states that everyone over 2 years old must wear a mask in all indoors settings, regardless of vaccination status. This will include the Park District Facilities. Be safe, be well.
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photo of Teens riding skate boards at skate park

Specialty Parks

SPRAY PLAYGROUND

Closed for the season

Leiseberg Park      325 E. Devon Avenue, Bartlett (Closed for season)
Blue Heron Park   350 Blue Heron Way, Bartlett  (Closed for season)

Spray Playground Rules

DOG PARK

The Dog Park is located within Riley’s Run Park at 650 Lambert Lane (at the intersections of Lambert Lane and Thornbury Road) in the Castle Creek Subdivision. It is the Bartlett Park District’s only dog park with a fenced in enclosure where dogs with permits may run off-leash under the supervision of their owner. To participate in the dog park off-leash portion of the park you MUST have a current permit for each dog.

Health Report License
Form Permit Application

DISC GOLF COURSE

The 18-hole course located in Sunrise Park, 900 W. Struckman Blvd, at the intersections of Apple Tree Lane & Struckman Blvd. was designed to bring people of all ages out to enjoy the outdoors while participating in a recreational activity. Disc golf is played much like traditional golf however instead of a ball and clubs, players use a flying plastic disc. Players are cautioned that if their disc falls into the pond, they should not go in to retrieve it.

Please be courteous to all park users. Everyone has the right to walk, play, and be in the park.

Disc Golf Course Map, Score Card, and Rules
Disc Golf Course Usage
Disc Golf Course Rules

BARTLETT SKATE PARK

This 10,000 square foot Skate Park located at 620 W. Stearns Road adjacent to the Bartlett Aquatic center contains ramps, ledges, rails, a beef box/pyramid and more. Bartlett Skate Park (BSP) is open during daylight hours 8am-dusk and closed during inclement weather and/or when equipment is damaged or wet. The facility is free to the public and unsupervised. BSP is limited to skateboarders and in-line skaters; no bikes or scooters.

Skate Park Rules


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