Memorial Park

A popular site for seasonal sports, the 5.86 acre Memorial Park was acquired in 1968 and includes a memorial space in remembrance of those from the Community who served in World War I as well as a retired World War II era M5 anti-tank gun . Memorial Park is one of the first to be owned by the park district and its facilities include a playground and concession stand as well as Joe Guenzi, Richard (Dick) Pryor, Fredrick (Ray) Zimmerman, and Patriot ball fields. The site adjoins Fulton School Park.


Dawn - Dusk

Park District facilities with outdoor lighting may extend hours of use depending on use, need, and season.


Playground, Pathways, Nature Area, Concession Stand, Ball Fields (4), Tennis Courts, Basketball

Protect the Parks

The District takes great pride in providing safe, clean outdoor amenities for residents and visitors and our staff works hard to maintain the premises. If you see something unusual happening at a park, please notify us at 708-342-4200 or the Tinley Park Police Department at 708-532-9111. For information leading to the arrest and conviction of persons performing acts of vandalism or destruction within any park, there is a reward up to $500.