Hidden away in the South Suburbs of Chicago one can find a public park with the strange name of “the Harry 'Bus' Yourell Off-Stream Aeration Pool.” While the name conjures up visions of stagnant waters rife with mosquitoes and algae, it is in fact one of the most picturesque and popular public areas on the south side.   The entire area is man-made, and features several waterfalls, two picturesque bridges, a large covered porch-like area, braced by two rows of Doric inspired columns that overlooks a the water. Other features include wooded groves, lagoons and a golf course. You'll find it located along the Calument-Sag Channel between Harlem and Ridgeland Avenues, Worth, IL.