Located in the Loop community, Maggie Daley is a new 20-acre park located on the spot of the former Daley Bicentennial Plaza. Maggie Daley Park connects to Millennium Park via the BP Pedestrian Bridge. Today, Maggie Daley is a magnificent recreation center offering a children’s playground, a climbing wall, mini golf, picnic groves, a skating ribbon, tennis courts and a formal garden. The Maggie Daley fieldhouse hosts Chicago Park District programming, including the Park District’s popular Summer Day Camp.
The park features a one-quarter-mile-long (0.40 km) ice skating ribbon, rock-climbing walls, and tennis courts. It includes three open lawn areas, a lawn panel, a café space, and picnic groves. The northeast section retains the Richard and Annette Bloch Cancer Survivors Garden, which was laid out in 1996.