Illinois Prairie Path

 
 


(630) 752-0120
www.ipp.org
Hours: Sunrise to sunset
Admission: Free

The Illinois Prairie Path is a multi-use nature trail for non-motorized public use. It spans approximately 61 miles in Dupage, Cook, and Kane Counties in northeastern Illinois. A former right-of-way for the old Chicago Aurora & Elgin electric railroad, it was the first U.S.
rail-to-trail conversion built by volunteers (in the 1960's). It consists of five connected trail segments with three main branches that converge at Volunteer Park in Wheaton.

 
 











 
 
 
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