Indian Boundary Park & Cultural Center

2500 W. Lunt Ave Chicago IL 60645
4.8 by 4 members
Indian Boundary Park & Cultural Center 4.8 out of 5 4

About Indian Boundary Park & Cultural Center

Tucked away in the West Ridge neighborhood sits a community treasure—Indian Boundary Park and Cultural Center. Beyond the quaint Tudor-style field house, visitors can discover a beautifully restored, duck-filled lagoon, a small public zoo area with goats, sheep, chickens and ducks, a children’s spray pool, sandbox, and four tennis courts. There is plenty of open space for peaceful picnics; groups of 20 or more must have a park permit. Permits are availabe at the field house. The Indian Boundary fieldhouse, designed by Clarence Hatzfeld, features Native American-themed ornament inspired by the park’s name, taken from a territorial boundary established between the Pottawattomie Indians and United States Government. Inside is a beautiful auditorium with stage, used for programs, theatre productions, concerts, community meetings and private rentals.

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Street parking only
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