Village of Princeville
Located Northwest of Peoria, the Village of Princeville is a friendly, safe and diverse community with a strong sense of family. The Village of Princeville is constantly growing, and there’s plenty to do there making it a great place for visitors to spend their time.
The Princeville Heritage Museum features area artifacts, antique agriculture equipment, a genealogy research area, and much more. Read More
Cutteru0026rsquo;s Grove is the largest park in Princeville. The semi-wooded area boasts a fully lighted baseball field for evening u0026amp; nighttime games. Covered picnic areas make for great family reunion locations or large gatherings, a perfect spot for a family outing. Read More
In the heart of Princeville is Stevens Square, a city block-sized park that offers a downtown retreat for a picnic lunch or a lazy afternoon with friends or family. This park is centered around Princevilleu0026rsquo;s signature gazebo. Read More
A community park located on the northern edge of Princeville. The park includes a JFL field, ball field, walking path, concession stand/restrooms, and a picnic pavilion. Troutman Park is also a member of the Peoria Riverfront Museum Community Solar System. Read More
The Akron Townhouse School allows children and adults alike to take a step back in time and participate in a day in the life of a student in the early 1900u0026rsquo;s. Read More