Huntley Park District
Most village recreational services are under authority of the Huntley Parks, which serves Huntley and portions of neighboring communities.
The heart of the Park District is Deicke Park located just southwest of downtown Huntley, on the west side of Route 47, and south of Main St. This is the village’s largest park and one of the larger parks in the local region. Various community events are held here. It features multiple ballfields, picnic shelters, a large slide, playground equipment, basketball and tennis courts, park district offices, and the following major additions adjacent to it: a Community Recreational Center housed in the renovated former high school building. It features a large gymnasium, a fitness center, a mess hall, classrooms for workshops and programming, and the Cosman Cultural Arts Center, an auditorium/theater attached to the building.
Betsey Warrington Park, an extension of the park area when the park district acquired a narrow piece of farmland off of W. Main St. Much of the original farmstead remains intact and remains for historical and recreational use.
Stingray Bay Aquatic Center, the park district’s pool which features a zero depth entrance, water slides, water features, a snack bar, a patio, and locker rooms.
Ol’ Timer’s Park, a medium-sized park featuring ballfields and playground equipment, located just off Church St. and near Douglas Ave. in downtown Huntley
Jim Dhamer Square, the village’s town square which features a small gazebo and garden in the heart of the community, renamed for the late Village President.
Pinecrest Golf Course, a golf course and country club off Algonquin Rd. acquired by the park district in the early 00s.
Marvin A. Weiss Park, a medium-sized park located in the Southwind neighborhood, featuring ballfields, playground equipment, and picnic shelters.
Kiley Park, a smaller park located in Wing Pointe, featuring ballfields, playground equipment, and picnic shelters
Tures Park, a smaller park located in the Heritage neighborhood, featuring ballfields, playground equipment, and picnic shelters
Tomaso Sports Park , a sports complex that was dedicated in 2009 to former Village manager Carl Tomaso. The complex features multiple sports fields. It is located on Huntley’s far north-side off Ackman Rd.