Chicago Park District
Armstrong Park Petting Zoo

Armstrong Park Petting Zoo

Armstrong Park Baseball Diamond

Armstrong Park Baseball Diamond

Armstrong Park

Armstrong Park


Armstrong Park

4433 S St Lawrence Ave Chicago, IL 60653

Hours: +Park: 6am - 9pm

Park Supervisor:
Renee Shepherd (Kennicott Park)

(312) 747-7138



This small playground is located in the Oakland Community.   The park features a playgrounds, baseball diamonds, and basketball courts.

While there is no structured programming taking place at this location, we invite you to check out our great programs offered at nearby Kennicott Park for recreation.  



Baseball Field 4433 S. St. Lawrence Ave 1
Basketball Court - Outdoor 4433 S. St. Lawrence Ave. 2
Football / Soccer - Grass 4433 S. St. Lawrence Ave 1
Playgrounds 4433 S. St. Lawrence Ave 1 Chicago Plays Renovation - Fall 2013
Fomerly known as Park No. 492 it was renamed Lillian Hardin Armstrong Park in 2004 as part of an effort by the Chicago Park District Board of Commissioners to recognize the contributions of Chicago women. Armstrong (c, 1898 – 1971) was a jazz musician, composer and bandleader. A member of the Chicago band known as the New Orleans Creole Band in the 1920s, she met and married trumpeter Louis Armstrong in 1924. After separating from Louis in 1931, she led two all-women bands, played piano on many recordings, and composed many songs, including “Just a Thrill,” which became a hit for Ray Charles. Throughout the rest of her life, she played a major role in Chicago’s music scene. She died in Chicago in 1971 during a tribute concert to Louis Armstrong, who had passed away the month before.

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