Cypress Cove is the crown jewel of the Woodridge Park District. The aquatic park includes water slides (3 body…More slides, 1 tube slide, 1 drop slide and 1 kiddie slide), a lazy river, multiple pools (including a 6-lane competitive pool), a water playground and a sand play area. Cypress Cove also includes an outdoor eating area and locker rooms.
Families can buy season passes to the park or buy daily tickets. Season passes can be purchased at the Woodridge Park District Community Center before Memorial Day weekend when the pool opens or at Cypress Cove once it opens.
Admission is $8 for Woodridge residents and $13 for non-residents. After 5pm, admission is $5 for Woodridge residents and $8 for non-residents. Admission for resident seniors is $4 and $2.50 after 5pm, and non-resident seniors is $6.50 and $4 after 5 pm. First-time Cypress-goers can prove their residency by buying a resident card for $3.
Cypress Cove can be reserved for private events at night. Party packages are also available.
Orchard Hill Park 8301 Janes Ave, Woodridge, IL60517 Orchard Hill Park is located along Janes Avenue right next door to Cypress Cove Aquatic Park. Orchard Hill is across the…More street from another Woodridge park, Falconridge Park. The equipment for Orchard Hill Park focuses on sports facilities. The park has three baseball and softball fields and four soccer fields. There is also a parking lot situated between the soccer fields and the baseball and softball fields.
Woodridge Community Resource Center 8274 Janes Ave, Woodridge, IL60517 The Woodridge Community Resource Center falls under the Woodridge Police Department. However, its office is located in a…More strip mall at Janes Avenue and 83rd Street, right by Cypress Cove. The center attracts kids after school and provides parenting classes, ESL and computer classes to the entire community. Its two main programs are its after school and summer camp programs. In 2006, the Woodridge Community Resource Center began a Latino Outreach Program to address cultural differences in the community, increase the Latino population's awareness of its public safety and stop unsafe behaviors. The program was one of 73 finalists in the 2006 Awards for Municipal Excellence.