407 East North Street | Geneseo, IL
Bring your own paddles and ping pong balls to play on the concrete table. If you don't have bags, don't worry, borrow a set from The Center (just bring an ID or Keys to exchange).
Visit the Geneseo Community Center to check out other field games for FREE! Just bring an ID, Keys or something personal to exchange for fun, interactive games for you and friends or family.
Set up anywhere at the Athletic Field with everything you need to play…
Kickball kickball & bases
Wiffleball balls, bat and bases
Horseshoes horse shoes & stakes
Disc Game foam discs & targets
Giant Dice Set/Rollzzee Scoreboard
Disc Golf baskets & discs
Scoop Ball Set
Giant Wooden Tic Tac Toe
Potato Sack Race Bags
Giant Egg Spoon Race Game
Soft Tip Target Toss
Or use the permanent structures at the Athletic Field with...
Bags for the Corn Hole Court Paddles & Ball for the Ping Pong Table
Racquets & Birdies to play Badminton on the Sand Volleyball Court
Volleyballs for a pick up game at the Sand Volleyball Court
Paddles & Balls for Pickball on the Tennis Court
Basketballs for a pick up game on the Basketball Court
The Athletic Field became part of the Geneseo Park District on June 1, 2000. For many, the old athletic field was a quick jog down from the junior high under the direction of Elmer Reedy and/or JoAnne Gernant during P.E. class. Many Geneseo football alumni vividly remember moments from their legendary youth football days on the athletic field gridiron
The Athletic Field is located on East North Street (1 block west of Community Center). The Geneseo Park District runs youth sports programs such as flag football, tennis, and golf at the Athletic Field. The Athletic Field currently serves as the host to Geneseo Youth Football, Geneseo Middle School (GMS) 8th-grade football, and Geneseo High School (GHS) Freshman-Sophomore tennis.
The Athletic Field is open to all residents for a variety of uses such as; basketball, tennis, pickleball, running/walking on the track or just lounging on the grass
Lights donated by Edwards
Scoreboard donated by Hanford Insurance Co.
Tennis windscreen donated in memory of Les Shafer
Geneseo Youth Football and Geneseo Park District for general turf management.
The new 42’ x 70’ building includes Youth Football press box, concessions and equipment storage and a dedicated space for Geneseo Park District’s Summer Day Camp. This building is available for rentals and will host the many FREE events the Geneseo Park District Foundation sponsors at the Athletic Field.
9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Call The Center at 944-5695 for available dates and times
The Athletic Field building rental space includes a sink, refrigerator and tables & chairs in a bright and inviting space. Open the all the doors and let your party spill into the green space! Perfect for graduation parties, family reunions or a birthday party.
Facility Rentals, Equipment Rentals & Birthday Parties Brochure
Miscellaneous Fees & Charges may apply
|Rental Space as of January 1, 2023||Regular||After Hours|
|ATHLETIC FIELD BUILDING||$35/hour||$65/hour|
|FOOTBALL FIELD includes track||$35/hour||$45/hour|
|OPEN GRASS FIELD||$35/hour||$45/hour|
|SAND VOLLEYBALL, BASKETBALL, TENNIS OR PICKLEBALL COURT||$15/hour||$35/hour|
|ATHLETIC FIELD SHELTER||$30/day|
|FOOTBALL FIELD LIGHTS||$50/hour|
|BLOW UP MOVIE SCREEN PACKAGE Gym or Athletic Field Rental Included||$300/3 hours|
|Contact (309) 944-5695 to reserve your space today.|
Bring your own equipment or check out from The Center at no additional cost. Just bring an ID, keys or another personal item to The Center’s front desk to exchange for equipment and yard games. Click here for a complete list of available equipment & yard games.
5:30 - 6:45 pm | 3rd Grade & under
7:00 - 9:00 pm | All Ages
SKATE RENTAL: $5.00 Limited skates & sizes available
Not held 3/4
FREE St. Patrick's Day Skate 3/11
A fun family tradition! The Easter Egg Hunt is set up so your little bunny can find candy or toy filled eggs with children of the same age.
Ages: 2yrs - 11 yrs
Birth to Five & the Park District are asking for your input. Join us for Strengths and Challenges of Raising Young Children in Rural Communities: A Discussion with Parents & Early Care Providers