Located at 268 Derby Street across from the Salvation Army, Railsplitters offers many recreational / play opportunities. The 3.95 acre property was given to the Park District through a generous donation by David and Janet Kasley. The park is named in honor of Dave's brother William Anthony Kasley who served in the Signal Corps of the United States Army during World War II with the 84th Infantry Division. William's unit was known as the Railsplitters, he was killed during the "Battle of the Bulge".This park features a small parking lot, fun playground, benches, water fountain, adult swing and large open areas which will include a soccer / football area and a baseball area.
Park Hours: Daily 6 a.m. - Dusk