John T. Walsh Park
WALSH PARK is named after a local doctor who served in the army and his community for many years. The park is located on the west side of Fourth Street / Old Laundry Road, in the northwest quadrant of the City. The North Oldham Little League has several ball fields in this 12 acre park. The park also has a picnic shelter with restrooms, along with several gazebos, picnic tables and playground equipment for the youngsters.
Located on Head Lane west of Hoffman Ln., in the southeast quadrant of the City, there are 30 acres of water for fishing, a picnic shelter, restrooms and playground equipment.
This park honors former Mayor Raymond Wilborn and his wife, Irene. They left many legacies for residents & visitors of La Grange.
Our newest addition is THE GLEN, an eleven acre conservation park, located between the historic area known as “The Courts” west to Hwy. 53. The “Elizabeth Waters Trail” will link the park and Hwy. 53. The park is currently being planned for children's outdoor school classrooms, and walking trails through natural, untouched, wooded habitat left untouched with spring fed creeks and a farm pond carrying you back to the early years of the City. It was acquired in 2003 through our local Head Trust Foundation.
Eddie Mundo, Jr Park
La Grange Police Officer Eddie Mundo Jr., was killed in the line of duty, April of 2003. This park memorializes his ultimate sacrifice for the community he honorably served. Located on Washington Street near Mulberry St., it adjoins Wilborn Park. It provides playground equipment, a basketball court as well as picnic areas for all to enjoy