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Westmont Yard Indoor Sports Complex

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233 West 63rd Street
Westmont, IL 60559 United States
630-737-1000 westmontyard.com

The following information and photographs of Westmont Yard are from February 2014.

The Playroom at Westmont Yard

There are three different indoor play areas for little ones to big kids. There’s the main Playroom, which is the best spot for your littlest kids. The very large room is full of toddler and baby-friendly toys, plus two small bounce houses. The Sports Field next door has two large inflatables with obstacle courses and large slides. The inflatables are great for your strong climbers, and the room itself, a soft Astroturf field, has the most open space for kids to run around or kick a ball. Finally, the Play Tower, a five-level climbing structure with slides and tunnels, is on the upper level.

 

Best Time to Play at Westmont Yard

The staff says the traffic is heavier in the morning. We arrived at 10:30 and when we left at 1:00, it was a little less crowded, but new kids were coming in for the afternoon shift.

Bathrooms and Changing Tables

The bathrooms had lots of stalls and a changing table. There is a stepstool for kids to reach the sink.

Food

Outside food is not allowed. There is a snack area with a concession stand and vending machines. The attached Canyon Burger restaurant has really good food and really cheap kids meals. They also serve beer.

Suggested Ages

The Playroom is best for kids five and under and the Sports Field and Playtower can entertain older kids, so it’s a good place to keep everyone occupied.

There is not a separate area for babies, but the Playroom is so large you can easily find a spot for your baby to hang out and there are lots of baby toys to entertain. The Playroom is very toddler friendly, but other areas attract older kids.

“I liked the variety of options. Bouncy houses for jumping, slides and stairs for climbing, kitchens for pretend toys, push toys to help new walkers and plenty of space for running around. My least favorite was the obstacle bouncy house in the Sports Field. It was hard to see into it to keep an eye on your child, and my son got a little overwhelmed by the older boys in there with him. It is very clean and the staff is great!” – Lisa Katzenberger, mom to three-year-old twins

Want to check out other indoor places to play? Click here: Kidlist • Indoor Play Areas

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