Cooper Park North

4.432 Votes

The innocent laughter of the kids, the gleaming trees and the setting of the sun are some of the distinguished views quite common at the Copper Park in East Peoria. The park promises the most delightful experience with facilities that are unheard of in the common parks. Like in addition to the basic playground, the park houses basketball courts, tennis courts, dog run, play swings for kids, picnic tables and exercise stations. Other than the hefty list of such activities, the park does have a lot of place for family picnics. Make sure to visit the park for the fun family time.

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How to Reach Cooper Park North

  • Take the bus M2, M3, or M4 to Central PK N/Adam C Powell Bl
  • Take the bus M1 to 5 Av/w 112 St, New York

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  • Cooper Park North Address: 2929 N Main St, East Peoria, IL 61611, USA, United States
  • Cooper Park North Contact Number: +1-3096993923
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Cooper Park North Reviews & Ratings

  • It's been pretty flooded the entire summer, hope it'll get better by the winter:)

  • Ok playground, often flooded so check before you go, which also means very buggy. Nice place to view river when river is down, trails are ok.

  • Good place to fish when it floods if your patient.

  • Quaint little park to enjoy a lunch break! Little noisy from the traffic on 116 but relaxing space nonetheless. Nice pavilion that’s got a concrete pad. Little kiddy area with slide and swings. Nice walking path towards the river and through the wooded river bottoms.

  • Always a great photography location. It's a very naturally scenic spot. I just wish the park district would fix some of the railing being gone on the wood trail from the flooding, take out the picnic table that's in the river near the lookout, and replace the boards that have graffiti on them.

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