Chicago Park District
Gately Park Multipurpose Room

Gately Park Multipurpose Room

Gately Park Baseball Field

Gately Park Baseball Field

Gately Park Baseball Field

Gately Park Baseball Field


Gately Park

744 E. 103rd St. Chicago IL 60628

Hours: +Park: 6am - 11pm (Outdoor Park Hours)

Gately Park is located inside Wendell Smith Elementary School The Indoor area of Gately Park is open from 12:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. - Monday - Friday. Sa/Su Closed.

Park Supervisor:
Anita Whiteside

(312) 747-6155



Located in the Pullman community, Gately Park totals 25.04 acres and features a multi-purpose clubroom. Outside, the park offers a playground, softball/baseball diamonds, basketball courts, and Little League Baseball Stadium.  Many of these spaces are available for rental including our ball fields. This park is adjacent to Gately Stadium, a CPS facility.

Park-goers can participate in seasonal sports, cheerleading, Teen Club, Sports Club. The Park Kids after school programs are offered throughout the school year. During the summer, youth can participate in the Chicago Park District’s popular six-week day camp. Specialty camps are offered in the summer as well, and include dance and sports camp.

In addition to programs, Gately Park hosts fun special events throughout the year for the entire family.


Online registration for our park begins Tuesday, February 25 at 9 am, and in-person registration begins Monday, March 3.  Spring programs run the week of March 31 through the week of June 2. 

Online registration for our park’s summer programs begins Tuesday, April 8 at 9 am, and in-person registration begins Monday, April 14.  Our traditional 6-week summer camp program runs June 23 through August 1.  Most other summer programs run the week of June 16 through the week of August 18.

Join us!  



Baseball Field 744 E. 103rd St. 5
Basketball Court - Outdoor 744 E. 103rd St. 4
Concessions Gately Park, 810 E. 103rd St. 1 Food & Beverage, 9am - 5pm,773.716.5085
Fieldhouse 744 E. 103rd St. 0
Football / Soccer - Grass 744 E. 103rd St. 2
Gymnasiums 744 E. 103rd St. 1
Meeting/Event Space 744 E. 103rd St. 2
Playgrounds 744 E. 103rd St. 1
Volleyball Courts- Outdoor 744 E. 103rd St. 1
In the years during and after World War II, the population of Gately Park's Pullman neighborhood increased by more than one third. Established in 1947 on former Pullman Car Company land, Gately Park was part of a ten-year Chicago Park District plan to increase recreational opportunities in under-served Chicago neighborhoods. Park improvements began in 1950 and included a grandstand, locker rooms, and an office building. High school football teams from both the Chicago Public Schools and the Catholic League quickly put the new facilities to use. In 1953, the park was named for James H. Gately (1883-1972), a longtime businessman in the nearby Roseland community, and then President of the Chicago Park District Board of Commissioners. (Gately himself voted against the name change, which broke with tradition by naming the park for a living person.) Appointed Commissioner in 1945, Gately was elected President of the Board in 1946, serving in that position until 1967. During his long tenure, the park district sold $79 million in park improvement bonds, increased the total number of parks from 135 to 430, and expanded overall park acreage to 6,800 acres. In 1959, Gately oversaw the transfer of more than 250 city-owned parks to the Chicago Park District.
Contact: Anita Whiteside

Contact Title: Park Supervisor

Phone: (312) 747-6155

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