Three parks offer activities for children and youth, leisure, reflection on military service, and beauty. The parks are maintained by the village maintenance department, with help from many local volunteers and students from the local school, who help to plant flowers in the Spring, clean flower beds, and re-mulch throughout the year. Additionally, they plant vegetables and flowers in a community garden and string an impressive display of Christmas lights in the winter in our biggest park, Doubet-Benjamin Park
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The 15-acre Doubet-Benjamin Park honors the Village's agricultural roots while increasing opportunities for play and entertainment. Park amenities include: Mini-Golf, Disc Golf, Playground, Pavilion, Walking Path, Arboretum, and close proximity to the library and school. The park is also home to the annual Ag Day Festival.
Park Hours: Dawn - 9:00 p.m.
Williamsfield, IL 61489
Want to reserve the Pavilion? The Pavilion may be reserved during park hours. No alcohol is allowed. Dogs must be on leashes. Please keep our park beautiful by using the trash cans and recycling bins. Call Pam Courson at (309) 639-2627 to reserve the venue.
Some of Williamsfield’s locals don’t even realize this park’s existence, but the kids sure do. Lions Park is a long, grassy park that handles about a third of the Village’s rain/surface water when we get heavy rains. It borders residential areas on 3 sides, but is equipped with benches and street trees. The hill makes for a great sledding place for the kids in the winter time.
Williamsfield, IL 61589