I’m always on the lookout for fun parks and we found one while we were in the south suburbs – Heritage Park in Homer Glen! Located behind the Homer Glen Village Hill, the 103 acre park offers something for everyone. And you’ll be happy to know that it’s conveniently located to a few farms (Bengston’s and Konow’s) and just a few minutes away from I-355, Heritage Park is the perfect stop to stretch your legs, channel your inner ninja warrior, or spot a few scarecrows. Read about all the fun!
Things to do at Heritage Park:
On our particular visit, scarecrows were displayed along the walking path.It was tough trying to find our favorite one – the kids had so many! It’s amazing how creative some people were!
Calling all ninja warriors! This is the real deal. I do have to say that this ninja course is better suited for older kids and a bit more difficult. Unlike the Ninja Park in Schaumburg, this one does not have a timer. Nevertheless, the kids still had a great time (even if they needed a little help from me.)
The small nature playscape area was adorable. Perfect for those that love to hop from stump to stump or balance from one log to the other.
Next to the nature playscape area and ninja obstacle course is a small playground with swings and a simple play structure. Unfortunately, there are no slides.
Bring your pets
On this outing we had our puggy with us. While I watched over the kids, my husband took him for a walk around. Love that this path was pet-friendly.
Other things you can find at Heritage Park
They have something for everyone at Heritage Park – disc golf, sand volleyball court, tennis and pickleball courts, outdoor fitness area with equipment, and a sensory garden.
- Make sure to bring athletic gear and gym shoes.
- Bengston Farms is located down the street and Konow’s Corn Maze is not too far away either.
- Get an ice cream treat at The Creamery located down the road.
- Feel free to bring scooters or blades and go around the paved path.
Final thoughts about Heritage Park:
If you’re in the area, this is definitely worth a stop. A hidden gem sor sure in the south suburbs!
Location: 14240 W. 151st Street, Homer Glen
Parking: Plenty of parking in the parking lot.
Crowded: We visited on a Sunday afternoon and it was not too crowded.