Moore Park Playground & Sprayground

Moore Park Playground & Spraygroundwebsite

Phone: Geneva Park District – 630-232-4542
Hours: Mon – Thur   10:00 am – 7:00 pm
           Fri – Sun       10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Admission: FREE

Parking: There is a large parking lot with free parking.
Bathrooms: There is one outhouse next to the parking lot, and the seat is pretty high (Cooper couldn’t stand to pee because he wasn’t tall enough). There are no changing tables.

Nursing: There is no designated nursing area.

Handicapped/stroller accessibility: The park is fairly level and would be easily accessible.
Other amenities: The park is 13.7 acres and has a soccer field. There is a path leading further into the park, but we never made it past the playground and sprayground!
Food: There is no food available. There are several picnic tables scattered around the park, some in the grass and some in the pavilion.

Activities: The playground has slides, climbing walls/ramps, tunnels, and swings. The sprayground has a variety of sprinklers and sprayers and water guns the kids can aim at each other. There is a large field next to the parking lot with plenty of room for kids to run free.

We paid: Nothing!

Our experience: My friend Joslyn suggested this park to me last week and we’ve been there twice now. The playground is nice because it’s got a lot of safe activities for the kids; they loved climbing the little rock wall and going down the slides. The sprayground could be a day’s activity alone – the kids spent a lot of time there (even my boys who are often afraid to get wet). We brought buckets and cups the second time and that kept the kids very busy. The sprayground is surrounded by a fence with only one entrance and exit (always a plus for me!) and there are benches in the shade on each side of the sprayground. The playground and sprayground are pretty close together, which is especially nice because you can watch kids in both at the same time. There are lots of picnic tables and tons of grassy space to picnic. It was really nice having the large field nearby too; it’s huge and a great place to just let the kids run wild and burn off even more energy. We visited on weekdays and it wasn’t very busy; the second time there was a large summer camp group, but it still didn’t feel crowded. This will definitely be on our list of regular places to visit on warm days.

Do you have a favorite playground, sprayground, or splashpad? Are there any favorite places you take the kids when it’s really hot out?


  1. I love the new splash pad parks that are popping up everywhere. There's one in Lake in the Hills, at Sunset Park, and one in Crystal Lake, at Veteran's Acres. Both are awesome!

  2. Shari Gac says

    Can i bring my puppy ?

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