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The Village of Orland Park provides and maintains 60 village parks, over 30 miles of trails, 139 athletic fields/courts, and approximately 300 acres of open space acquired through the Village Open Lands of Orland Park program.This equals over 600 acres of park space to meet the needs of residents and visitors of all ages and a variety of interests.

The Village also provides a state of the art fitness facility at the Sportsplex and a water park at the Centennial Park Aquatic Center. Beautiful Lake Sedgewick is home to paddleboats and kayaks for rent in the summer, fishing, and a boat launch during the spring, summer, and fall months. During winter, visit Centennial Park's Winter Wonderland featuring free ice skating, sledding and weekly bonfires.

To make your visit to our parks more enjoyable here are some basic rules:

  1. All Village of Orland Park park areas are open at daybreak and close at 9:00 PM unless otherwise posted. Lighted parks shall close at 10:30 PM and all ballfield lights shall be extinguished no later than 10:45 PM.
  2. Permits are available for exclusive use of some parks and facilities. Contact the Recreation & Parks Department for more information. Organizations/groups using the park areas will be responsible for the cleaning of picnic areas and depositing garbage in the provided garbage receptacles on site.
  3. Use of intoxicating beverages or narcotics (or their presence on the grounds) is strictly prohibited.
  4. All dogs must be on a leash unless they are in the designated dog park at Centennial Park's "Dogout". Owners must pick up dog waste at all times. For your convenience, many trails are equipped with bags to dispose of waste.
  5. Do not feed wildlife.
  6. Restrooms are open from May through September. Port-o-lets are in parks during non-winter months.
  7. Always use trash receptacles or carry your trash out.
 
For field conditions please call the weather hotline at 708-403-6290.

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