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Extensive facilities form the basis for the Richard Fahey Village Green Park. Spread over five acres of land, there is a ball field, soccer field, picnic tables, children's playground equipment, and a walking trail.
Composed of roughly one acre of land, the Del Mar Dog Park serves as a small community space for dog owners. The open play area allows dogs to run off their leashes, and there is a dog water fountain as well as dog waste bags.
Osage Station Park offers various recreational activities including tennis courts, ball fields and paths for walking and riding bikes. There are playground areas with a realistic train and old west theme. Osage also features a rose garden and sand pit.
A 24-lane bowling center, Danville Bowl offers open and league bowling with large projector screens above the pins on each lane. The center provides a pro shop, arcade games, a restaurant and bar, a pool table and party hosting.
Featuring a pond with a waterfall, Sycamore Valley Park provides open grass fields lined with trees as well as facilities for baseball, soccer, bocce ball and football. The park also provides a playground, walking paths, picnic tables and barbecue pits.