eldridge park location guide


The park is home to Eldridge Lagoon, site of fishing contests and ice skating, and a lighted sled hill on the north side of the park. A path winding around the perimeter of the park serves as a link to Salt Creek Greenway Trail.

The park was named for Edward Eldridge, an early homesteader and first supervisor of York Township, who came to the area in 1835 and planted his fields in what is now Eldridge Park. The name was chosen during a ‘Name the Park’ contest in 1957.

Permit Fee: $0

Eldridge Park Address:
363 W Commonwealth Ln
Elmhurst, IL

For more information on Eldridge Park, visit: www.epd.org