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Parks & Grounds:
The Recreation & Parks department has consistently provided access to premier recreation and leisure locations and amenities that reflect the changing needs of our growing diverse population. Our goal is to enhance the quality of life for our residents. Providing positive alternatives for the community and amenities to facilitate social interactions, development and continued growth. Creating lifelong memories families cherish is a wonderful byproduct of the services we provide.
PARK HOURS: 6:00 AM and close at 9:00pm unless otherwise posted
Lighted parks shall close at 10:30 PM and all ballfield lights shall be extinguished no later than 10:45pm.


NOTICE: A public meeting will be held for members of the Veterans Park area community on Wednesday, July 7 @ 6:30 p.m. at the Orland Park Police Department Training Room:

Residents living near Veterans Park were invited to attend the 7/7/21 Recreation Advisory Board meeting (6:30pm at the OPPD training room).
One of the agenda items for the meeting will be to discuss the current guidelines and use of Veterans Park. Residents are encouraged to attend to share any concerns in the use of the park directly with the Recreation Advisory Board.

Parks and Ponds Map:

A “memorial pavilion, a cathedral, encompassing the circle of endless memory of those who have died for our country supported by conflict and sacrifice in the tension of the supporting elements of the base.”

Orland Park Open Lands Commission
One of the many reasons people choose Orland Park as the place they want to live is the parks, forest preserves, and open spaces. In an attempt to preserve some of these open spaces, the Village formed the Open Lands Fund in November 1995, with the simple goal of improving the quality of life in Orland Park by increasing the amount of open space for present and future generations. Since that time, over 300 acres of land have been permanently protected.