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Slepicka Park

Slepicka Park, named after the family that farmed there since the 1940’s, was opened by the Carol Stream Park District in October 2008. It features beautiful Black Walnut trees and a historic marker — 1940’s concrete silo — which displays farm artifacts.

The park, which qualified for state grants of nearly $700,000, includes exercise stations, a picnic shelter (available to rent) with permanent game tables, bocce and baggo courts and the beginnings of a small arboretum.

The park’s path system connects to Jirsa Park.

Park features

  • Picnic shelter (available to reserve)
  • Bags court
  • Bocce Ball court
  • Exercise stations
  • Garden plots to rent (see below)
  • Drinking fountain
  • Portable restroom (seasonal)
  • Historical markers
  • Trail to Jirsa Park

Rent a Garden Plot

Slepicka Homestead Park has sixteen ground level plots and six raised garden beds available to rent starting February 1 for residents/returning gardeners and March 1 for all. 

Photos of Slepicka Park, 1301 Lily Lane, Carol Stream

Slepicka Homestead Park was named the Illinois Outstanding Park Award winner at the annual Illinois Parks and Recreation Association (IPRA) awards in January 2010.

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