Patton Park

35 acres of expansive green terrain set the stage for a diverse recreational experience through Patton Park. Located in the southeast corner is the Jackie & Dave Thompson Dog Park. Upon further exploration of the park visitors will find the Patton Pond, the Patton Playground, Pathways for Play® and one shelter. The east region embraces the energy of athletics and competition at the ball diamonds. Macomb Area Traveling Leagues: McDonough CATS, Western Illinois DAWGS, & West Central Elite bring Spring to an uproar at both diamonds. The Macomb Junior Football League also practices here preparing youth for their intense fall seasons.

Outdoor Fitness Equipment

Variety of exercises available with hydrolic resistance technology.

Jackie & Dave Thompson Dog Park

Enjoy the 2- acre fenced off-leash dog park! Designed to provide a recreational community space for dogs and their owners to exercise and socialize throughout the year.

Pathways for Play®

This Pathways for Play® National Demonstration Site intentionally infuses play along a walkable route for families to explore, discover, learn and be physically active together surrounded by nature.

Patton Pond

On the southwest edge of Macomb, off of Grant Street, is the Patton Park Pond. It encompasses three acres for one's angling enjoyment. Stocked with Chanel Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Bluegill and Carp.

The shelters and Pavilion at Patton Park are available on a first come, first served basis. Reservations are not available and no rental fee is required.

All individuals who pursue fishing at any of our locations are required to acquire the proper license and follow the terms set by the State of Illinois Department of Natural Resources.