If you are looking for good places to train parkour, you may have found it difficult to find anything close to you online. Hopefully this article will help you. First off I only advise training on public property, or property open to the public (such as businesses or tourist sites). You shouldn't train parkour on private property you do not have specific permission to train parkour on.
Zamberletti Park is the only good spot I've found in Westville so far. It is a very good spot though. The park has several swing sets and monkey bars that are good for training bar tricks. There are some other random obstacles scattered around the park as well. The park has several places good for rail spins and other fun tricks you can practice on bars. There are some spots you can use for cats, and tic tacs. All of the play ground equipment is older which means it is sturdy and good for jumping off of.
Another reason I like this park is because it is rather large, and rarely crowded so you can generally train without bothering people. The obstacles are also fairly condensed which makes it great for linking things together. I've never been asked to leave while I was training at the park, although I don't train there extremely often.
The park is right off of Illinois Route One so you should have no problem finding it. If you're heading north through town the park will be on the right. There is a big sign that says Zamberletti Park so you can't miss it.