This community park is the largest single piece of property in the District system. Aided by a $200,000 grant, approximately half of this site was developed in 2000 and 2001. The site is currently home to a Disc Golf Course, full-size basketball courts, a roller hockey court, a baseball field, and softball field as well as a two-acre fishing pond. The park boasts an approximate 1 3/4 mile walking/jogging path and is used by the Tri-Cities Soccer Association during their spring and fall soccer seasons.
The Batavia Park District's Disc Golf Course is an 18-hole course that was dedicated in June 2013. It is located in the northwest section of West Main Community Park. The course is appropriate for beginners, however, the natural areas and tree-lined holes provide a challenge to intermediate and advanced players as well. The course is open year-round and is free to the public.
Reserve the Course!
Rentals are available for tournaments or private play for $100 per day. For more information, please contact 630-406-5282.
West Main Community Park is also home to the Bark Park, located at the southwest corner of the site. The Bark Park features three acres of fenced-in space for your four-legged friend to run off leash. A small pavilion and agility equipment are also located within the boundaries of the Bark Park. No permit is required to enter the Bark Park, which is open from April 1 through the first measurable snow fall.
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