James "Pate" Philip State Park

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James "Pate" Philip State Park
Map showing the location of James "Pate" Philip State Park
Map showing the location of James "Pate" Philip State Park
Map of the U.S. state of Illinois showing the location of James "Pate" Philip State Park
Location DuPage and Kane County Illinois, USA
Nearest city Bartlett, Illinois
Coordinates 41°58′54″N 88°15′32″W / 41.98167°N 88.25889°W / 41.98167; -88.25889Coordinates: 41°58′54″N 88°15′32″W / 41.98167°N 88.25889°W / 41.98167; -88.25889
Area 3,432 acres (1,389 ha)
Established 1991
Governing body Illinois Department of Natural Resources

James "Pate" Philip State Park, originally known as Tri-County State Park, is an Illinois state park in DuPage County and Kane County, Illinois, United States.

The park is named after James "Pate" Philip, a Republican politician.

Bartlett Nature Center[edit]

Bartlett Nature Center is located in the park's visitor center and is operated by the Bartlett Park District. The center features natural history displays in its museum and offers environmental education programs for schools, scouts and other groups.

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