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Welles Park

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Rebecca
Rebecca
June 1, 2019
A big park that often has summer concerts or movies in the park. Also, it is surrounded by the very bustling bar/restaurant neighborhoods of Lincoln Square and North Center.
Justin
Justin
July 6, 2020
If you are looking for a tennis court, an indoor swimming pool, a playground, a baseball field, a natural area to walk around, or just a nice spot to sit under a tree, this is your park. On weekends, Welles Park can get crowded.
Jason
Jason
June 11, 2018
Huge, beautiful space to be outside, play tennis, throw horseshoes, throw a frisbee, listen to live music, across the street from great bars and restaurants.
Ryan And Ana
Ryan And Ana
August 17, 2018
large park with an indoor pool
Sarah
Sarah
July 6, 2018
A 15-acre green space featuring numerous ballfields, indoor pool & fitness center, & concert stage.

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2333 West Sunnyside Avenue
Chicago, IL 60625
Teléfono+1 312-742-7511