ROSEWOOD PARK / BEACH & WOODS
Rosewood Park is located in Highland Park, Illinois on Roger Williams Ave, just east of Sheridan Road. Rosewood Park is an 11-acre park that runs along Lake Michigan. The park is located in the Ravinia neighborhood of Highland Park.
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Rosewood Park / Beach / Woods in Highland Park
45 Roger Williams Avenue in Highland Park, IL 60035
There are two options for parking at Rosewood Park:
(1) FREE STREET PARKING
From the months of October through April you can park for free on various parts of Roger Williams Avenue (just west of Sheridan).
Please double check all street signage in the area that you park.
Then walk east on Roger Williams Avenue to Rosewood Park street to the Rosewood Park parking lot area where we will meet. The walk is about about 3-5 minutes.
(2) PARKING LOT
If you would prefer to park in the location where we are going to meet, park in the Rosewood Park parking lot. The cost to park in the lot is $15 per hour. A pay box is located in the parking lot. Please make sure to put your parking receipt in your car window, as the Highland Park police are aggressive with ticketing. The cost of a parking violation is $75, so it's worth paying the $15.
OTHER PARKING NOTES
Please do not confuse Rosewood Park with Rosewood Beach. Do not park at the Rosewood Beach parking lot. While we may be shooting in the beach area, the beach parking is only for Highland Park residents with a valid parking sticker. In addition, this area is not close to the initial area that we will be meeting you for your photo session.
Dogs are allowed in the upper Rosewood Park area only. Unfortunately, dogs are not allow in the lower woods area of the park or at the beach.
AREAS THAT WE PHOTOGRAPH IN
Park area with lots of grass and beautiful mature trees and woods.
The beach area has recently had a 14 million dollar overhaul. Rosewood was named one of the country's five best restored beaches, according to the American Shore & Beach Preservation Association.
There are three separate coves for swimming, nature and recreation. There is a 1,500 foot board walk area. There is an Interpretive Center that serves as a gathering place for learning about the lake, ravine and bluff ecosystems. This beach is like no other.
The woods area has a historic bridge, a walking path and beautiful ravines.
If you have any questions, feel free to call or email us. If you need to reach us the day/night before or the day of the session, please call Nicole’s cell phone. Her number is in your confirmation email. Our studio phone number is 847-729-4466 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.