Sunday, November 18, 2018

Ivan K. Hill Recreational Park

Construction Underway for New All-Inclusive Playground at City park

Diagram of New Playground

The Ivan K. Hill Recreational Park has begun construction of a new "all inclusive” playground that has multiple play areas for children of all ability levels. The playground will also have an ADA wheelchair platform swing.


Additional Features Offered at the Park

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Playground Equipment and Picnic Tables

Playground equipment and picnic tables are located throughout the park. In addition, a caboose and army tank (exterior restored) are centrally located along the main park thoroughfare. The caboose exterior was re-painted in the fall of 2007 and work continues on the interior of the caboose. A nice deck with picnic tables is located near the caboose, built as an Eagle Scout project.



Restrooms are located at the north, south and west ends of the park and are open mid-March through November.



Tennis Courts

Two lighted tennis courts are located beside Field #8 on the west side of the park.


Sand Volleyball

A regulation sand volleyball court is located beside the tennis courts on the west side of the park.



Horseshoe Pits

Three tournament-regulation sand pits are located beside the tennis courts on the west side of the park.



Basketball Goals

Basketball goals are located at the north and south ends of the walking track.




Disk (Frisbee) Golf Course

Nestled along the banks of the Luxapallila River on the park's east side, this nine-hole course (par 32) is approximately 1/2 mile in length and is situated in a well-shaded, flat area with tree trunks and low-hanging branches as the primary obstacles. Disk golf is great fun for the whole family, great exercise and a low-cost family outing. The course was built as an Eagle Scout project and the first tee is behind the Lion's Club pavilion.


Directions to Winfield Park

Click here for easy-to-follow directions to Ivan K. Hill Park.

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Winfield Park History

Ivan K. Hill Park, consisting of approximately 60 acres, was first begun in the mid-1960's when the Winfield City Council, seeing the need for recreational opportunities, created the Winfield Park and Recreation Board and set aside land for the creation of the park. Over the years, the size of the park has increased as has the number of facilities and programs. Local, volunteer participation by citizens who wished to see more recreational opportunities like those available in larger communities, has been the backbone of the park since its beginning. A volunteer park board still exists as does the commitment by the City of Winfield to provide recreational opportunities for all ages.