Hartmann Park & Pavilion

Hartmann Park covers 9.92 acres on Oakwood Drive, just south of Route 45. The Hartmann Pavilion, which serves as a location for summer day camp programs and birthday parties, is located in Hartmann Park.

Amenities

  • 6 barbeque grills
  • 3 baseball/softball diamonds
  • .25 mile walking path
  • In-line skate park

  • Open field/play area
  • 2 parking lots
  • 1 picnic shelter with grill
  • 2 Playgrounds: 2-5 years, 5-12 years

  • Restroom
  • 2 sand volleyball courts
  • ADA inclusion swing
  • 1 picnic gazebo with grill


Originally named Oakwood Park, this property was acquired in thirds: one-third purchased in 1976, one-third donated to the District in 1976 and the remaining third was deeded to the District by Village Hall in 1986. In 1996, construction began on an enclosed pavilion to house winter programs and summer camps. Upon the pavilion’s completion in 1997, it was dedicated and named for Carl P. Hartmann, retired Park District Director. At the same time, the park was also re-named Hartmann Park.

The fall of 2000 brought about a total park renovation, which included most of the amenities listed above, as well as landscape improvements.

The headquarters for the Special Recreation Association of Central Lake County (SRACLC) is also located on this parcel, at 290 Oakwood Drive.