In 2004, 2.5 acres of land were given to the Town of
Normal by Savannah Green subdivision for development. The land, affectionately
known as “Mother’s Park,” was made to resemble Clearwater Park in Bloomington
with a playground, shelter, walkways and a round basketball court. The park is
located on the northern end of Ogelthorpe Avenue in the quaint, traditional Savannah Green neighborhood.
Town of Normal Parks & Recreation added educational signs about monarch butterflies and a photo-worthy set of butterfly wings to Underwood Park in addition to new birdhouses designed to attract birds to the
native habitat area. Read on...