Jack E. Cook Park
Jack E. Cook Park is a 3-acre park located in Elgin, IL. The park has picnic areas, walking trails and a fishing pond stocked with bluegill, catfish and bass.
The park opened on July 4, 1971. It was named after Elgin's first City Council President who later became the mayor of the city from 1953 to 1963.
This park is open daily 8am until last regular scheduled event or 9:30 pm if no events are scheduled for that day. If using public transportation to get to Jack E. Cook Park, please check with Metra because they may not be running due to bad weather conditions when the park closes at 9:30pm.
This park has picnic shelters, walking trails and a fishing pond stocked with bluegill, catfish and bass. Visitors can also play tennis courts, horseshoe pits or basketball courts.
The Elgin park district charges no admission fees for use of its facilities. However, certain events may have an entry fee that ranges from $10 to $30 dollars. When planning your visit to Jack E Cook Park , please call ahead at (847) 289-3680 so you are aware of the activities scheduled on the day of your visit.
You can find Jack E. Cook Park located in the southwest corner of the intersection of Benton and Villa streets. There are road signs to help guide visitors during their travels to this park.
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