Hoop Avenues Athletics 1655 Foster St, Evanston, IL60201 Since 2003, Hoop Avenues Athletics is a training facility that specializes in basketball coaching. Students represent…More some of the best in the Midwest, and the owner has trained NBA, high-school and European students. Partner training sessions are offered in addition to strength and basketball training.
McGaw YMCA 1000 Grove St, Evanston, IL60201 For over 125 years, the McGaw YMCA has been serving Evanston community members, offering an assortment of facilities and…More programs for both children and adults. At the Grove Street location, the McGaw YMCA, members receive access to a number of athletic facilities and equipment including a fully equipped fitness center, two swimming pools, basketball courts and a track and field gymnasium. The McGaw YMCA also provides a variety of athletic programs including marathon training, Pilates and martial arts classes for adults, as well as youth indoor soccer and basketball leagues. For more information, or to become a member, please contact the McGaw YMCA at the provided telephone number or visit the website.
Porter Park Simpson St & Bennett Ave, Evanston, IL60201 Porter Park is a quiet park with a lot to offer. There is a playground as well as a sandbox for kids. A…More half-court for basketball is available as well. Benches and a water fountain are also located at Porter. In addition, there's an open field for picnicking or lounging .
Kamen East Park South Blvd & Barton Ave, Evanston, IL60202 Kamen East Park is a park in south Evanston. The park is medium-sized, featuring a large green area. One end of the park…More has a basketball court. A baseball diamond and small playground are located on the east end of the park. The path at Kamen East Park is popular with local runners.
Levy Senior Center 300 Dodge Ave, Evanston, IL60202 The Levy Senior Center was founded in 2002. The center features various types of recreation for people older than 55,…More including basketball courts, fitness center, a computer room and a game room. The center offers a variety of programs, including health and fitness, computer training, ceramics and drama. The Levy Senior Center also features programs in the evening for people of all ages.
Foster Field Foster St & Ashland Ave, Evanston, IL60201 These grounds feature athletic facilities including tennis courts, football fields, baseball diamonds, soccer fields and…More basketball courts. Foster Fields is popular with Evanston youth athletic programs and the grounds can be reserved by Evanston residents. There is a playground for children on the grounds.
Larimer Park Crain St & Oak Ave, Evanston, IL60202 Larimer Park is a large park located in a quiet, residential neighborhood just west of downtown Evanston. The park…More features a playground, baseball diamond, basketball court, playground and picnic pavilion. The woodsy path leading in from the north is perfect for joggers looking for a shortcut across the Oak Avenue cul-de-sac.
Kamen East Park South Blvd & Barton Ave, Evanston, IL60202 Kamen East Park is a park in southern Evanston. This medium-sized park has several features, including a basketball…More court and a baseball diamond. The center of the park is large, open green space, and there is a playground on the east end. The park is popular with local runners.
Tallmadge Park Ridge Ave & Noyes St, Evanston, IL60201 Tallmadge Park is a beautiful park with an array of features. Local art is featured on the train station wall, which…More creates a truly unique ambiance. A large playground is available for families, and the park also includes a large field with soccer goals set up, a basketball court and plenty of benches. Alcohol is not permitted.
Dawes School 440 Dodge Ave, Evanston, IL60202 Dawes School elementary school. is part of the Evanston/Skokie School District 65. Dawes teaches students from…More kindergarten to fifth grade. In addition to the basics--math, science and social studies--students learn physical education, music/band and art as well. Extracurricular activities include basketball, flag football and drama. Parents can join the Dawes PTA and attend regular meetings. Dawes School also has its own organic garden, grown by teachers and students, known as The Garden of Eatin'.