(Kid Friendly Park)
2741 W Montrose Ave
At nearly 55 acres, Horner Park is one of the largest parks on the North Side and boasts five softball fields, four football/soccer fields, four outdo
The park, located at the major intersection of Montrose and California Avenues, plays a prominent role in its Irving Park neighborhood. Horner Park ho
Hours: Daily, dawn to dusk
9 Comments about Horner Park
"A huge park (55 acres) where you can jog, ride your bike, have a picnic, play tennis, basketball, take your kids to the playground, and much more. " - yelp.com
"Before summer 2001 I weighed 218 pounds. I picked up the Body-For-Life by Bill Phillips and ran 5 laps around the big circle at horner, three ti" - yelp.com
"Contrary to rumor mongers, I was NOT bullied into watching The Wizard of Oz. I came of my own free will and boredom. I'd like to return to this" - yelp.com
"Horner Park is large. It has a lot of room for people to do a lot of different things.baseball, soccer, running, star gazing, whatever. It's often ver" - yelp.com
"I also agree with Tony C.'s Hispanic comment, which I was surprised by that. I would of thought it would of been more diverse due to its close" - yelp.com
"I haven't been here in such a long time, but I grew up at this park and loved it as a kid. I hung out here too with my elementary school friends as we" - yelp.com
"The crowning jewel of the community is Old Irving Park -- or, as most refer to it, simply "Old Irving" -- a neighborhood distinguished by gr" - chris
"This park on the north side is near the Chicago river channel. It has many (at least 6-8) baseball diamonds and in the summer there are tons of kids p" - insiderpages.com
"Why do people run on sidewalks? Run, stop, run, stop. Why do girls, in very tight small shorts and very tight shirts, run around the sidewalks of Chi" - yelp.com
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