Mulberry Point

  • 5873 N. Nina Ave.   Chicago, Illinois 60631 [View Map]
  • Park Hours:
  • Park Supervisor: Jennifer Fitzgerald (Norwood Park)
  • Park Phone: (773) 631-4893

This tiny passive recreation area is located in the Norwood Park community (two blocks northeast of the intersection of Harlem and Talcott avenues). While there is no structured programming taking place at this location, we invite you to check out our great programs offered at nearby Norwood Park.

History

Mulberry Point Park is among a small group of parks developed by Chicago's Special Park Commission in the "suburban" Norwood Park neighborhood after 1900. The tiny triangular property is bounded by a trio of streets, then known as Crescent, Ceylon, and Mulberry Avenues (now Nickerson, Nina, and Nicolet). After developing a plan for Mulberry Park in 1905, the commission planted trees, shrubs, and grass. Transferred to the Chicago Park District in 1959, the shady park remains essentially unchanged from its earliest design.

Parking/Directions

For directions using public transportation visit www.transitchicago.com.

Mulberry Path and Trail

Mulberry Path and Trail

Location Notes: 123

Notes: Passive Area

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Description

This tiny passive recreation area is located in the Norwood Park community (two blocks northeast of the intersection of Harlem and Talcott avenues). While there is no structured programming taking place at this location, we invite you to check out our great programs offered at nearby Norwood Park.

Mulberry Point Park is among a small group of parks developed by Chicago's Special Park Commission in the "suburban" Norwood Park neighborhood after 1900. The tiny triangular property is bounded by a trio of streets, then known as Crescent, Ceylon, and Mulberry Avenues (now Nickerson, Nina, and Nicolet). After developing a plan for Mulberry Park in 1905, the commission planted trees, shrubs, and grass. Transferred to the Chicago Park District in 1959, the shady park remains essentially unchanged from its earliest design.

For directions using public transportation visit www.transitchicago.com.