Wrightwood parks - Jonquil Park
Jonquil Park in the Summer

Wrightwood Parks Chair organizes many year round events for the whole family, and Movies in the Park during the summer months. Check our calendar for upcoming events, or contact our parks chair.

Parks within Wrightwood Neighbors

Jonquil Park

Wrightwood parks - supera
Supera Playlot

1023 W. Wrightwood: Great playground for children 5+ years old, and summertime water feature, tennis courts, chess and picnic benches, ball field.

The Jonquil Park Advisory Council (JPAC) is dedicated to protecting and improving an important treasure in our community. Email JonquilPAC@gmail.com to learn more

Supera Playlot

2522 N. Racine: An excellent park for young children up to 5 years old.

Wiggly Field Dog Park

Wiggly Field @ 2645 N. Sheffield: “Wiggly Field” is Chicago’s first official dog exercise and play area, located in Noethling Playlot Park. The park is entirely enclosed and has double-gated entryways and a canine sized drinking fountain.

Wiggly Field operations, maintenance, cleanup and events are overseen by Wrightwood’s Wiggly Field Advisory Council. For more information or to join Wiggly Field, call Stacey Hawk at (773) 404-9777 or email her at Stacey@HawkCityK9.com.

“Wiggly Field” is supported by Wrightwood Neighbors with funds from the Taste of Lincoln Avenue, membership dues and individual donations.

Donate to Wrightwood Neighbors Association

Wiggly Field History

“Wiggly Field” was established in April 1997 by Stacey Hawk, Diane Dorwart and Judy Tullman, with the Wrightwood Neighbors Association. Wiggly has garnered local and national publicity:

  • Animal Planet’s is “K-9 to 5” show is still running a segment on Wiggly Field taped during the fall festival in October 2000.
  • Chicago Magazine listed Wiggly Field as the #1 place to go in the city to meet people (July 1999)
  • InStyle Magazine’s “Going out: Great Dates in 18 Cities” listed Wiggly Field as Chicago’s ‘cool activity’ (Sept 2000).
  • Bark Magazine’s travel section “springtime jaunts” highlights Chicago as a dog friendly destination and lists Wiggly Field as a must-see location (Spring 2002).
  • Chicagoland Tails-2002 Reader’s Choice Award-Best Dog Park or beach in the Chicagoland area.

Wiggly Field History

“Wiggly Field” was established in April 1997 by Stacey Hawk, Diane Dorwart and Judy Tullman, with the Wrightwood Neighbors Association. Wiggly has garnered local and national publicity:

  • Animal Planet’s is “K-9 to 5” show is still running a segment on Wiggly Field taped during the fall festival in October 2000.
  • Chicago Magazine listed Wiggly Field as the #1 place to go in the city to meet people (July 1999)
  • InStyle Magazine’s “Going out: Great Dates in 18 Cities” listed Wiggly Field as Chicago’s ‘cool activity’ (Sept 2000).
  • Bark Magazine’s travel section “springtime jaunts” highlights Chicago as a dog friendly destination and lists Wiggly Field as a must-see location (Spring 2002).
  • Chicagoland Tails-2002 Reader’s Choice Award-Best Dog Park or beach in the Chicagoland area.

A big event at Wiggly is its wildly popular ‘Furry, Fun, Fall Festival’ held in October, complete with a Halloween costume contest, free goodies and samples, games, contests, and prizes. The festival is an informational resource providing continuing education and promoting good dog guardianship.

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