Peck Farm Park

Peck Farm Park is a unique park found in an urban environment that offers residents and visitors a place to slow down and enjoy quality time surrounded by nature.

Peck Farm Park is a 385 acre natural retreat featuring:

  • History Gallery, Exploration Room, and Gift Shop
    • Features include a 10-minute movie and interactive exhibits, information on the history of the Peck Family, live animals, nature books, and more
  • Butterfly HouseClosed for the season; re-opening May 2023
    Hundreds of non-native butterflies that fly, feed, and land around you. All guidelines must be followed. Admission to the Butterfly House is free, however, there is a suggested donation of $2 per person / $6 per family

    • Butterfly House Guidelines:
      • Eight visitors allowed in at a time. A time limit will be enforced as visitation needs require
      • All visitors must enter through the front doors and exit through the back door
      • No food, drinks, strollers, purses, backpacks, bags, or other personal items allowed.
      • Please leave all personal items, including food and beverages, secured in your vehicle.
      • Do not touch butterflies or any accessories
      • Follow proper hygiene and wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Using hand sanitizer is also encouraged.
  • George’s Circle
      • An ADA outdoor amphitheater with a fire pit
  • Observation Silo
  • Sensory Gardens
  • Nature & Bike Trails
  • Picnic Area & Meeting Room
  • Baseball Diamonds and Soccer Fields
  • 19-acre wetland

Please note: Advanced reservations are required for group visits of 12 or more. Please call (630) 262-8244 during regular business hours of 9:00 am – 5:00 pm for information.

Photographers: Are you a photographer who is looking to capture the awesome backdrop of Peck Farm Park? We welcome all photographers, but please note there is a permit required. All photography and videography requires a permit. Please stop in the Peck Farm Park Historic house during regular business hours of 9:00 am – 5:00 pm, call 630-262-8244 or click here to purchase your permit today.

100-Mile Hiking Club: Are you an avid hiker, or maybe you’re just looking for some motivation to get out and walk? Join the Geneva Park District 100-Mile Hiking Club and get outside! Each registered participant who logs 100 miles of hiking, anywhere in the world, will receive a t-shirt that lets everyone know you love to hike. (Participants must register by October 1st to receive a t-shirt – Register here and use code 4111902-01) Participants have from 9/1-12/31 to complete their 100 miles. Each participant will need to complete an individual log. For the printable version, please click here. For the electronic version, please click here. Electronic logs will be automatically totaled by Peck Farm Staff. Paper copies are available at the Peck Farm Park Gift Shop.