The Playroom is closed
The Playroom is closed for the summer and will reopen Tuesday, September 7th at 10AM
Playtime has never been more fun.
Naperville Yard’s Playroom features an indoor field and playground perfect for your child.
Come visit the Playroom at Naperville Yard!
The Playroom includes several areas in our facility. The Inflatables Field, located on our small field, includes many toys geared towards younger children. But we also have stuff for the big kids too! The We’re equipped with four large inflatables where kids can expend their boundless energy. The Sports Field is an open turf area where older kids like to run around and participate in sports-centered activities. Lastly, but certainly not the least, the Play Tower is a huge, multi-story play tower which includes a two-story slide, glide rail, and more!
Due to COVID-19 safety concerns, the Playroom is closed until further notice.
per 5 visits
Nobody under the age of 18 is allowed to use the facility without a signed parent/guardian waiver
Nobody under the age of 13 is allowed to remain at the facility without parent/guardian supervision and a signed waiver
Nobody under the age of 18 can supervise younger siblings or friends, or sign them in
Kids between 13-17 who remain at the facility without supervision, need to make sure their waiver includes a guardians name and phone number in case of emergency
Children must wear wristbands at all times
All participants must have a signed waiver
Naperville Yard has rules in place for the safety of our Playroom occupants. Please read these carefully and don’t forget that the number one rule here is to HAVE FUN!
Parents are responsible for their own children
Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times
Please be respectful of other children playing
NO FOOD OR DRINKS are allowed in the playroom or on fields for the safety of others (ex. Children with allergies)
During Playroom hours, you may bring in small snacks or a sack lunch. Vending machines are also available
Socks must be worn at all times
Children should not be playing around divider nets