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Kickapoo Creek Park
Address: 2000 N. Jefferson Street  Get Directions
City: Lincoln, IL
Kickapoo Creek Suspension Bridge - Kickapoo Park
Address: 2000 N. Jefferson Street  Show Map  Get Directions
City: Lincoln, IL
This wooden suspension bridge spans Kickapoo Creek in beautiful Kickapoo Creek Park. This bridge is a great place to stand and enjoy viewing Kickapoo Creek from above. The bridge also allows access to trails located on the other side of the creek.
Latham Park
Address: 300 N. Kickapoo St  Show Map  Get Directions
City: Lincoln, IL
This park was named after Robert Latham, one of the three founders of Lincoln, whose home sat across from the park. During the Lincoln Art & Balloon festival, Latham Park is home to the Fine Art Fair featuring artists from various mediums. Music fills the downtown during the summer concerts held in bandstand located in the center of the park.
Postville Park
Address: 1301 5th Street  Show Map  Get Directions
City: Lincoln, IL
Phone: 217-732-8687
Postville Park is a small 1 city block park with playground equipment, picnic tables, and a historic building. Abraham Lincoln practiced law just 2 blocks away at the Postville Courthouse from 1839 to 1848 and played 'Town Ball' here during breaks in his court cases.
Railsplitter State Park
Address: 1366 1010th Avenue  Get Directions
City: Lincoln, IL
Phone: 217-732-1552
Also know as Edward Madigan State Park, Railsplitter park is the largest park in Logan County and is located along Salt creek. Enjoy the natural beauty with acres upon acres of wildlife, trails, picnic areas, and playgrounds. Come enjoy the natural setting of this park located only minutes from Lincoln and I-55.
Route 66 Park & Tourism Center
Address: SW Arch Street  Show Map  Get Directions
City: Atlanta, IL
Phone: 217-648-5077
This small park is right on Route 66 and is a perfect place to check out the sites. Here you will find some outdoor exhibits and artifacts related to the history of Atlanta including information about the historic Atlanta fairgrounds.
Scully Park
Address: 300 Block S. Kickapoo Street  Get Directions
City: Lincoln, IL
This park is named after Violet Scully who donated much time and resources to beautifying Lincoln. This park is known by locals as "the fountain park" since its primary feature is a beautiful fountain located in the center of the park. During the Lincoln Art & Balloon festival, Scully Park is buzzing with activity as the home for the annual craft fair. Scully Park is also utilized for other community activities held here throughout the year.