Glenview, IL 60025
Roosevelt Park fieldhouse rental
Roosevelt Park has a beautiful fieldhouse that can be rented out to accommodate up to 30 guests.view rental options
Outdoor volleyball court
Large, shaded playground for those extra sunny days.
The Roosevelt Park Ice Skating Rink is lighted for evening activities and closes nightly at 10 p.m. during the winter season. Visit our Weather Cancellations page to learn the activity status or call the Rainout Line at 847-724-3337 and enter ext. 28 for automated updates.
Three tennis courts are available.
One basketball court is available.
This park is home to Roosevelt Aquatic Center, which is open during the summer season and includes:
- A semi-circular zero-depth play pool with interactive spray play features and a youth play structure
- A 25-yard, five-lane activity/lap pool
- Two deep-water drop slides and a three-meter diving platform
An interactive island with spray features
- Bathhouse with family changing rooms and locker rooms
- Food and beverage offered at the Island Grill (Open from 1-6:30 p.m. daily)
One baseball diamond with a backstop is available.
A football field space is available.
Dog walking is permitted at Roosevelt Park.
In November of 1932, the 11.5 acre Roosevelt Park, named after President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, was purchased. Development of Roosevelt Park took place throughout the 1930s with assistance from workers and funds of the federal Works Progress Administration (WPA). Park features included tennis courts, softball fields, a lighted semi-pro baseball field, shuffleboard courts, Glenview’s first outdoor swimming pool and the Roosevelt Community Building which served as the pool bathhouse, park district administrative offices and site for numerous programs for adults and children. Park Board meetings were also held at the Community Building until they were moved to 2320 Glenview Rd. in 1954.
In 1966, a field house was constructed in the south portion of this park to replace a temporary frame building. This field house was a donation from the Glenview Days Community Association. The field house was renovated in 1993.
In 1970, a general obligation bond issue of $214,000 was passed which paid for sports lighting of Roosevelt Park. Sports lighting of the park was updated in 2012.
Park renovations took place in 1994 and 2000 as part of the park district’s capital replacement program.
In 2013, a major playground renovation replaced both the “Tot” and “Older Kids” play pieces. The new structures include age appropriate slides and climbing opportunities, roofs for shade and rubber surfacing underneath.