Wolf's Crossing Community Park
- Automatic External Defibrillators (AED)
- Baseball - 60 ft
- Basketball Courts
- Fitness Station
- Parking Spaces
- Picnic Shelters
- Sand Volleyball
- Sled Hills
- Tennis Courts
Voted Best of the Best Park District Facility in DuPage County in the 2021 Glancer Magazine Readers Choice Awards!
Wolf's Crossing Community Park has 4 dedicated pickleball courts and there are 4 lit tennis courts lined for pickleball; participants must provide their own nets
This park features multi-use trails connecting the amenities with multiple loops. View a trail map here.
Find more information about Park District trails here.
Splash Pad Information
The splash pads at 95th Street Community Plaza and Wolf's Crossing Community Park are open 9:00 am-8:00 pm daily
The splash pad is free to use, but available only on a first come, first served basis. Please note that the splash pad is push-button operated and “zoned”; this means that certain features will run and rotate through a cycle, but not all elements will run at the same time. To check the current status of the Splash Pad, visit napervilleparks.org/cancellations and view category "Splash Pads".
In 2019, the Park District hosted a groundbreaking that kicked off construction of the 33-acre site that was named Wolf’s Crossing Community Park, taking into account the history of the Wolf family who farmed the land for generations. Prior to its development, the vacant property was the Park District’s largest undeveloped park, which was acquired in the early 2000s before any new homes had been built nearby. The District’s Master Plan designated this land as a future park to be developed when needed.
By 2018, many new homes had been built in the area and residents began asking about a park – or even just a playground. In response to the interest, the Park District created a site master plan for the entire park and engaged residents through several public meetings to gather ideas for the types of amenities to include in the plan for the park. A tremendous response was received with more than 2,000 residents providing input into the eventual park design.
With a financial plan that took into account the District’s Aaa bond rating, most of the construction was able to take place over a two-year period. A $400,000 Open Space Lands Acquisition and Development (OSLAD) grant from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources also helped support the park’s development. Additionally, longtime resident Ginny Wolf Chivas contributed toward the Wolf’s Crossing Pavilion and an anonymous donor helped support the construction of the Pull-Up Bars for Patriots interactive memorial that honors Naperville's fallen veterans.