Sleep Inn Midway Airport
6650 S. Cicero Ave.
Bedford Park, IL 60638
Phone: (708) 594-0001
Fax: (708) 594-0058
6650 S. Cicero Ave., Bedford Park, IL, US, 60638
- Téléphone : (708) 594-0001
- Télécopie : (708) 594-0058
A modest little community of the city, Clearing boasts a few parks and other public facilities for its residents, of which the Lawler Park is one of the more popular. Located right by the Midway International Airport, this park, spread over a humble 6.2 acres (2.5 hectares) this park features basketball courts, baseball fields, and soccer fields, among other facilities. Call to know more.
Al-muhajireen Mosque serves the Muslim community of Chicago. There are special Friday prayers and regular religious sessions taking place at the mosque. It is one of the many places of worship located in the city of Chicago.
One of the more popular parks in the Elsdon area, the Pasteur Park is located adjacent to the Pasteur Elementary School, and is maintained together by the Chicago Parks District and the Chicago Board of Education. After the World War II, there was a need to re-vitalize the parks and open spaces projects in the city, and the Chicago Parks District thus undertook a project of developing and building many parks throughout the city, of which the Pasteur Park was one. Enjoy the park's facilities like baseball fields, football fields, tennis courts, and gymnasiums. Call to know more.
Located adjacent to the Midway International Airport, the Minuteman Park is a popular recreational space in the Garfield Range area of the city. The park was developed by the Chicago Parks District in an effort to provide the growing population of the neighborhood with a decent public open space. Among the facilities that can be enjoyed are baseball fields, soccer fields, and tennis courts. Call to know more.
Qassam Mosque & Cultural Center promotes Islamic values and principles amongst the Muslim community. People visit the place to offer their daily prayers and exchange ideas and thoughts and also celebrate festivals.
Located just a few blocks from the Midway International Airport, Hale Park is a popular open space in the local community. One of the several parks that were built and developed in the post World War II period by the Chicago Parks District, the land for the Hale Park was attained in 1947. Since then, several changes and modifications have been made at the park, and today it has facilities like a swimming pool, baseball fields, soccer fields, tennis courts, and more. Call to know more.
There are many mosques in the city of Chicago, serving the needs of the Muslim community. People attend many religious lectures and events taking place at this mosque. Call for their daily schedule.
The Durkin Park lies adjacent to the Durkin Park Elementary School in the city neighborhood of Ashburn. The park was built to cater to the fast-growing Ashburn community in 1962, after the Chicago Parks District was approached with the need for the community to have an open space of its own. Usually, one can see kids from the school rush here after school hours, playing freely and having a good time. Do see the website to know more.
Al-Ansar Mosque is easily accessible using the local transport of Chicago. The mosque conducts regular classes, teaching the Quran for both children and adults. Religious ceremonies and events take place regularly.
Built as one of the several parks around the city under the Chicago Parks District's Ten Year Plan, the Lindblom Park is a popular hangout among the locals of Englewood. Featuring amenities like baseball fields, soccer fields, and tennis courts, this park is bustling with activity. Call to know more.
The Chicago Portage National Historic Site in Lyons, Illinois, consists of a historic portage that was first used by French explorers to reach Lake Michigan, which eventually led to the birth of the city of Chicago. Today, this site has been developed into a park area with several hiking trails and canoeing activities. Guided tours of the historic aspects of the site are also available with Friends of the Chicago Portage. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1966.
One of the popular parks in the Beverly neighborhood of the city, Ridge Park lies cocooned by trees along the Longwood Drive. This park, built around 1912, was one of the first parks to be established in the neighborhood, and is today one of the favorite among locals for walks, strolls, and more. See the website or call to know more.