Chicago Park District
Kiddies visiting with Santa at Indian Road Park

Kiddies visiting with Santa at Indian Road Park!

Enjoy the playground at Indian Road Park.

Enjoy the playground at Indian Road Park.


Indian Road Park

6010 W. Matson Ave. Chicago IL 60646

Hours: +Park: 6am - 11pm

Fieldhouse: Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm, Sa-Su Closed

Park Supervisor:
Mary Faith Flahive

(773) 631-3761



Indian Road Park is located in the Norwood Park community, just south of Devon Avenue between Central and Narragansett Avenues.

With an ADA accessible playground and water spray feature, Indian Road Park attracts a number of young residents. Early childhood programming includes:preschool, playgroup, arts& crafts, story-time, and other crafts classes. This Fall, a Pre-Teen Club as well as kids' fitness classes will be offered at the park. Weeknights--during the Spring and Fall--the field is reserved for adult 16” softball leagues.

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Online registration for our park begins Monday, February 24 at 9 am, and in-person registration begins Saturday, March 1.  Spring programs run the week of March 31 through the week of June 2. 

Online registration for our park’s summer programs begins Monday, April 7 at 9 am, and in-person registration begins Saturday, April 12.  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 6010 W. Matson Ave. Softball 1
Basketball Court - Outdoor 6010 W. Matson Ave. 1 Available M-F, 9am-5pm
Fieldhouse 6010 W. Matson Ave. 0
Playgrounds 6010 W. Matson Ave. Rubberized Surface 1
Water Spray Features 6010 W. Matson Ave. 1
Indian Road Park was established in 1948 on Board of Education-owned property in the rapidly growing Norwood Park community. By 1950, the city's Bureau of Parks and Recreation had improved the site with a sand box, playground equipment, and a baseball diamond. Following its general practice at the time, the bureau named the park for adjacent Indian Road. Indian Road runs along the edge of what was once the reservation of Billy Caldwell (1780-1841), a Potowatomi chief and notable early Chicagoan. Caldwell, born of an Irish father and a Wyandot mother, was also known as Sauganash, meaning "the Englishman." The Chicago Park District began to manage Indian Road Park in 1959. By the early 1960s, the park had a brick recreation building, additional playground equipment, a reconditioned athletic field, and new plantings. Having added a spray pool and basketball court in 1966, the park district built a soft surface playground in 1988. The Board of Education transferred ownership of the property to the park district in 1991.

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