Denoyer Park covers 4.5 acres and is bordered by homes, a commonwealth easement, and a wetlands area. The park is situated at Denoyer Trail and Waverly Lane and was owned by the Denoyer Family. The land served as a local campsite for the Wheeling Girl Scouts and originally housed a log cabin, three buildings, an outhouse, and a greenhouse. These structures were removed when the park district purchased the property in 1999.
In 2000, the park underwent redevelopment and was dedicated to the residents of Wheeling during a ribbon-cutting ceremony in May 2002. The park now has play equipment for ages two to 12 years, a circle camp area, the Bill Simpson Memorial Shelter, and various paths designed to connect with the community bike path (which is currently under construction).
The cabin’s stone fireplace still stands and features a plaque honoring Ms. Xenia Denoyer for her work and volunteerism with the Girl Scouts.
440 Denoyer Trail Wheeling Illinois 60090 United States
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