The Village of Lisle-Benedictine University Sports Complex is home to the university’s football, men's soccer, women's soccer, baseball, softball, and track and field programs. The multimillion dollar, on-campus facility is a collaborative effort between Benedictine University and the Village of Lisle.
The Village of Lisle strives to provide a network of convenient and safe bicycle routes and walking paths in the community to encourage bicycling and walking as both a form of exercise and an alternative mode of transportation.
The West Suburban Sports Complex is one of America’s most sophisticated youth player development facilities. Training features the same high-tech training equipment and advanced coaching techniques used by the Chicago Bulls and the Chicago White Sox.
Playing a 60-game season starting in May and running through mid-August, the Pistol Shrimp team makes its home at the Benedictine University Sports Complex.
In downtown Lisle, the heart of the Arboretum Village, experience shopping, dining, and fun recreational activities in a refreshingly, natural way.
The French Market is a colorful, open air market that runs on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. from May through September.
The Jurica-Suchy Nature Museum on the campus of Benedictine University has a collection of almost 10,000 exhibited items, and includes a pair of menacing African lions, a black bear, a whale skeleton, and bird and animal collections.
Visit the library to access its circulating collection of approximately 170,000 items, including books (hardbound, paperback, large print), e-readers, audiobooks, music CDs, feature film and television series videos, computer games, and more.
The Lisle Park District provides a variety of leisure activities for people of all ages throughout the year.
The Museums at Lisle Station Park features historic structures that help visitors learn about the heritage and culture of Lisle and the surrounding area.
PrairieWalk Pond provides diverse recreational activities for people of all ages, while serving as a storm water retention basin that supports the redevelopment in Downtown Lisle.
The Garden Walk's gently winding path passes mature shade trees, grasses, and flowers, connecting to the beautiful new PrairieWalk Pond, a 4.5-acre recreational area directly west of Main Street.
Connect with nature in this 1,700-acre outdoor oasis of spectacular woodlands, wetlands, prairies, lakes, and meadows.