Parks & Recreation

Park Committee

Consisting of a minimum of 5 members; a maximum of
13 members for 3 year terms.
Meetings are held the first Monday of each month at
5:30 pm at the Village Hall.

Park Board Members and Contact information

Heidi Rhea, Chairman
309-368-9953
heidi@alphapark.org

2020 Park Brochure ~ Commemorative Bench Donations, Commemorative Tree Donations, Donations & Gifts Program Policy, Unspecified Monetary Donations, Getting Started and
Contact Us information:   2020 Park Brochure

2021 Park Tree Form

ALPHA PARK ANNUAL EVENTS:
Splash Carnival – June
Fireman’s Fish Fry – August
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Bulletin Board: Fliers for events located in the Park maybe added to the Park Bulletin Board. Contact Heidi Rhea for
more information.

Bartonville residents take pride in the acres and acres of parks with a variety of recreational options. Lush and lavish green grasses are punctuated with picnic shelters, fitness trails, playgrounds and more.

ALPHA PARK

Alpha Park boasts over 18 acres of family recreation including a softball complex.
Alpha Park shelters can be rented for $25.
To reserve a shelter, contact Bartonville Police Dispatch at 697-2323.

Park Pavilions
As of 4/1/21 shelters that are reserved must only contain a maximum of 25 guests, all of which must maintain a social distance of at least 6 feet. Masks must be worn according to the Governors guidelines at the time of the rental. Port a Potties are available at this time and are used at the risk of the visitor. Shelters can be rented at the Bartonville Police Station.

LAUTERBACH PARK

Lauterbach Park is a quite, tree strewn gem with many walking trails.  It’s settings are perfect for weddings, reunions, corporate picnics or wondering on your own to find the best picnic spot.

MENDENHALL PARK

Located along the Illinois River Road National Scenic Byway, Mendenhall is a must stop for nature enthusiasts. This wetlands restoration areas features seasonal viewing of migratory eagles, great blue herons, snowy egrets, and other waterfowl.

This area of the Illinois River offers a wide range of sporting activities for those devoted to the outdoors. Anglers will find a vast number of pan and sport fish varieties.  Boaters of every kind enjoy miles of scenic river way.  Wildlife can be spotted all along this waterway and migrating birds bring changing delight with each season.

LIMESTONE TOWNSHIP POOL 
COME OUT AND ENJOY YOUR SUMMER FUN AT THE LIMESTONE TOWNSHIP POOL

The Limestone Township Pool, located in Alpha Park is open Memorial Day weekend until the start of the school year.  “Pool Days”, a festival heal in early June at Alpha Park benefits the pool.

       Pool Hours                   

Daily      12:00 a.m. –  7:00 p.m.

Contact the Limestone Township office at 309-697-8835 for more information.