Windmont Park, located at 349 Beach St. South, offers a wide variety of activities and facilities. You’ll find a softball field, 2 regulation tennis courts and 2 full playgrounds. You can use the walking path with extra walking/workout stations that surrounds the pond to get a good cardiovascular workout, or just enjoy the wonderful view on one of the many benches or swings surrounding the pond. For you anglers, enjoy fishing at the pond and off of the newly built dock. State of Illinois fishing regulations apply.
This video was submitted to the Kewanee Park District by Hayden Baldwin. Thank you Hayden for the beautiful footage.
We also provide rental facilities; 3 open Pagodas and one Shelter House. All rental facilities are on a first come, first serve basis. For more information on renting a facility, please visit the Shelter House link.
Check out the Windmont Memorial Tree
Each leaf on the Memorial Tree is $50. We will engrave the name you specify. Please contact the Kewanee Park District Office at 309-852-2872 for more information.
“As you discover what strength you can draw from your community in this world from which it stands apart, look outward as well as inward. Build bridges instead of walls.”
ANNUAL LIGHTING OF WINDMONT PARK
The Annual Lighting of Windmont Park will be held on Sunday December 3, 2017. The night’s festivities will begin with the 12th Annual Lighted Christmas Parade beginning at 5:00pm including a special visit from Santa. This year for the first time, Northeast Park will also be decorated for the season. An additional group of volunteers has stepped forward to light up another park. Displays at Northeast Park can be enjoyed by either walking through the park or driving through. (Please keep in mind that Northeast Park is a one way with the entrance being at the south end of the park). All of the time and decorations to make Windmont and Northeast so beautiful each Christmas season are donated by local citizens and businesses. We would like to take this opportunity to thank them all for their hard work and dedication to this huge project each winter. Those volunteers allow the citizens of Kewanee and surrounding towns to enjoy not only the lighting displays but the spirit of what the Christmas season is… Good will and Peace toward men.