Hampton Park Naperville IL Subdivision (Neighborhood Guide)

Hampton Park Naperville IL Subdivision

Hampton Park Overview

Hampton Park is a 55 and older active lifestyle community. Built in the late 2000s, this subdivision offers excellent amenities and a tight-knit neighborhood.

Since it’s situated in central Naperville, Hampton Park is close to virtually everything. Residents can enjoy all the city has to offer, including dining, recreation, outdoor activities, and nightlife.

The community also has its own clubhouse for events and social gatherings. 

Are you ready to explore what this neighborhood has to offer?

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Hampton Park Amenities & HOA Info

Hampton Park does have an HOA that manages lawn care and snow removal throughout the year. The HOA is also in charge of the clubhouse, which has banquet space for parties, an exercise room, and an outdoor gazebo. 

This subdivision doesn’t have many other amenities outside of the clubhouse. The HOA is also not listed online, so it’s only available to residents. The area does have a small lake, so some houses have waterfront views. 

Also, while this isn’t technically a Hampton Park amenity, there is an ice cream shop on the western side of the subdivision, which is perfect for staying cool on hot summer days. 

Hampton Park Lifestyle

As an active community, Hampton Park is always bustling with activity. Residents often get together for various reasons, such as hiking, biking, shopping, and more. The community is very tight-knit, with most neighbors knowing each other well. 

Hampton Park is also smack dab in the center of Naperville, making it close to many attractions, restaurants, retailers, and other amenities. Here are some highlights you can expect when living here: 

  • Biryani Pot– Naperville is home to quite a few ethnic restaurants, so when you want to try some exotic dishes, you don’t have to travel far. This Indian restaurant is on the southern border of Hampton Park, so you could walk there if you were so inclined.  If you’ve had Indian food before, you’ll be familiar with traditional menu favorites like shawarma, chicken marsala, and butter chicken. However, as the name suggests, biryani is their specialty. You can get chicken, mutton (sheep), egg, or vegetarian. 
  • Oberweiss– Dairy Ice cream is always a favorite summer treat, but Oberweiss takes things to another level with premium treats from the store’s local dairy farm. According to them, their ice cream has one part air to two parts cream, so each scoop is creamy and delicious without being too heavy or thick. This place is also very family and kid-friendly, as every child gets a balloon when they come in. Everything is made from scratch, and the flavors rotate regularly, so check back for new batches. 
  • Shinto Steakhouse and Sushi Lounge -Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or just want a well-cooked meal, Shinto is an excellent place for steak and/or sushi. If you want a show with your meal, you can get hibachi, where the chefs will play with your food before serving it to you.  Speaking of hibachi, you can choose from a wide selection of steak and seafood, including yellow fin tuna, swordfish, calamari, lobster, filet Mignon, NY strip steak, etc. The sushi selection is also fantastic, so be sure to come extra hungry. 

Schools Near Hampton Park Subdivision

For those residents with children, Hampton Park is close to several high-quality schools. Here’s a rundown of the options available nearby. 

Longwood Elementary School

Longwood Elementary is an elementary school that instructs students from grades one through five. This elementary school is located at 30W240 Bruce Ln, Naperville, IL District 204. 

Thayer J Middle School

Thayer J Middle School is a middle school that instructs students grades six through eight. Thayer J is located at 1836 Brookdale Rd, Naperville, IL District 204. 

Naperville North High School

Naperville North High is a high school serving students in grades nine through 12. Naperville North is located at 899 N Mill St, Naperville, IL District 203. 

Parks Near Hampton Park Neighborhood

Naperville is home to many green spaces, most of which are used for sports and other outdoor activities. Here are the closest parks to this community: 

Country Lakes Park

This park is a little ways west on N Aurora Rd, and it’s a pretty decently sized area. It also has a small pond next to it. Here you can find: 

  • Picnic Tables
  • Softball Field
  • Basketball Court
  • Walking Trails
  • Sledding Hill

Queensbury Greens

Some of the parks in Naperville and other suburbs are called greens instead of parks. Queensbury is just east of Hampton Park, and it doesn’t have as much space as Country Lakes. The amenities here include: 

  • Playground
  • Picnic Area
  • Sport Fields
  • Walking Trails

Foxhill Greens

This park is pretty close to Queensbury and is connected to another park called Bainsbury Greens. This is the smallest of the three, and it has: 

  • Picnic Area
  • Walking Trails
  • Playground

McDowell Grove

If you’re a nature lover, you’ll appreciate having such a large nature preserve so close to home. McDowell Grove is a massive 465-acre area along the DuPage River. Since much of this preserve is undeveloped, it’s an excellent place to spot wildlife. 

Since the park is on the river, you can go fishing and boating. McDowell Grove also has many hiking trails to help you explore the wilderness even easier. You can also pack a picnic lunch and eat in one of several grassy areas. Overall, McDowell Grove has: 

  • Picnic Areas
  • Hiking Trails
  • Fishing Spots
  • Boat Ramps

Subdivisions Near Hampton Park

Naperville has quite a few planned communities and subdivisions, although many of them are not exclusive to the 55+ crowd. Some nearby subdivisions include: 

  • Kingspointe – This community was built in the 1990s and features many townhomes. It’s also next to McDowell Grove, giving it some luscious green backdrops. 
  • Brookdale Manor – This is another community of town homes built in the mid-90s. This subdivision is one of the largest ones in the area, and it has a lake in the center, making most of the homes waterfront properties. 
  • Willowbend – This subdivision is on the other side of Route 59, and it features mostly condominiums. It does have its own park, though, making it very family-friendly. 

Naperville, IL Local Spotlight

Naperville is one of the largest Chicago suburbs, and it has a long and storied history. If you’re living in the city, you should take the time to experience all it has to offer, including our spotlight, the Naperville Riverwalk. 

This area was developed in 1981 to celebrate the city’s 150th birthday. The Riverwalk spans 1.75 miles and includes shops, restaurants, fountains, bridges, and more. It’s an excellent place to stroll when you’re looking for something to do, or as a way to cool off when summer hits.

Since the Riverwalk is so elegant and trendy, it does draw some pretty big crowds throughout the year, so plan accordingly. 

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