Elaine Bond Park in Schaumburg, IL, is a delightful respite for nature lovers, providing a well-groomed and lush park with plenty of activities for the whole family. Located in the heart of Schaumburg, the park is one of the most popular attractions in the village. With over 33 acres of walking trails, baseball fields, playgrounds, picnic pavilions, and various other recreational activities, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Information can be found here.
Named after former Schaumburg Township Clerk Elaine Bond, the park was opened in February 2006 to connect local residents to nature and create an attractive place for outdoor enthusiasts. The park is also home to birds, such as robins, bluebirds, crows, and blue jays, who enjoy abundant food sources and a relatively safe environment. It is also known for its tall oak, cedar trees, and large flowering plants. See here for information about Derda Park: A Wonderful Place for All Ages to Enjoy.
The park also offers a variety of activities and facilities for visitors to enjoy. Whether it’s hiking trails, biking trails, soccer, baseball fields, or playgrounds, kids and adults alike can explore and enjoy the outdoors. Visitors can also participate in the deer feeding program or the local environmental awareness or education programs.