Museum, Parks & Recreation

Princeville Heritage Museum

The Princeville Heritage Museum is a 30,000 square foot  facility featuring area artifacts, antique agriculture equipment, a genealogy research area, and much more.

The Akron Townhouse School allows children and adults alike to take a step back in time and participate in a day in the life of a student in the early 1900’s.

Contact:
Princeville Heritage Museum
325 North Ostrom Ave
Princeville, IL 61559

(309) 385-1916

Email: phmdirector@frontier.com
Website:  www.princevilleheritagemuseum.com
Facebook:  Princeville Heritage Museum
Hours of Operation
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 10 am- 2 pm or by appointment

Cutter’s Grove Park

Located on the southern edge of Princeville, Cutter’s Grove is the largest park in Princeville. The semi-wooded area boasts a fully lighted baseball field for evening & night time games. Covered picnic areas make for great family reunion locations or large gatherings. The large playground and open green space make Cutter’s Grove Park a great destination for a family outing.

Stevens Square Park

Located in the heart of Princeville, this city block size park offers a downtown retreat for a picnic lunch or a lazy afternoon with friends or family. This park is centered around Princeville’s signature gazebo. The gazebo resembles a much earlier bandstand built in 1910. Princeville honors its veterans with a memorial wall on the east side of the square. Throughout the year Stevens Square is the gathering place for numerous community events.

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Troutman Park

Located at the northern edge of Princeville, Troutman Park is a community park. It includes JFL field, ball field, walking path, concession stand/restrooms, and a picnic pavilion. Troutman Park is also a member of the Peoria Riverfront Museum Community Solar System.

Jubilee Park Rock Island Trail Wildlife Prairie Park

 

Princeville Aquatic Center 

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Located at 620 Princeville Avenue, on the north end of town, the Princeville Aquatic Center features 3 separate pools. The lap pool is 25 yards long, 3′ to 10′ deep with a spring board diving board. The ‘T-pool’ which features a mushroom fountain, bucket dump, and a 100′ long 25′ high figure 8 water slide. The third pool is an infant wading pool 1′-2′ deep. The pool grounds include men’s and women’s locker room, deck chairs and a large umbrella to escape from the sun.  The Aquatic Center has vending machines . The facility is owned and operated by the Village of Princeville.   Open daily in the summer, noon-6pm (weather permitting)

The Village of Princeville strives to provide a safe and clean aquatic facility for the enjoyment of the community.  Please call Village Hall, 309-385-4765, or the Aquatic Center, 309-385-4740 with questions or concerns.  The Pool Committee consists of Village Board Members:  Teresa Gilroy, Andrew Ehnle and Donald Peterson Jr.

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