Palmer Square Park

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Palmer Square Park
Palmer Square Park

Named for the 15th Governor of Illinois, John McAuley Palmer, this seven-acre park located between Logan Square and Humboldt Park dates back to the creation of the boulevard system in the 1870s. Palmer Square was a popular spot for cyclists (or "wheelmen") in the early 1900s, though you're now more likely to find runners on the track that circles the park's perimeter. Kids will appreciate a playground inspired by the classic book The Velveteen Rabbit.

Venue name: Palmer Square Park
Contact:
Address: 3100 W Palmer Blvd
Chicago

Cross street: between Humboldt Blvd and Kedzie Ave
Opening hours: 6am-11pm
Transport: El stop: Blue to California. Bus: 56, 74.
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This sprawling green space is the perfect spot to pass Frisbee or just have a nice summer picnic. There's a bit of a pretty nice walking trail there, too, and places for the kids to play if you have a family. Honestly, it's just nice and quiet even right there in the middle of a fairly busy traffic area. You'll want to sit down and read a book in the grass (or at least I always do).