Nature Centers

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Volo Bog State Natural Area

You might feel the ground shake as you walk the half-mile boardwalk over Volo Bog, the only "quaking" bog in Illinois with an open water center. Tamarack...

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Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

This is a lovely way to introduce children to nature. The highlight for most children is the Judy Istock Butterfly Haven where butterflies from around...

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Klehm Arboretum & Botanic Garden

This 155-acre outdoor living museum has many specialty gardens and unique tree collections. 1.8 miles of accessible paved trails with a children's...

  

Spring Valley Nature Center & Heritage Farm

Step back in time to the 19th century on this working farm and see how pioneers did chores such as plowing and cooking. The baby farm animals, turtles...

  

Blackwell Forest Preserve

Over seven miles of trails for hikers, bikers and equestrians. Amenities include group picnic shelters, an off-leash dog area, a youth-group...

  

Cave of the Mounds-National Natural Landmark

Open year-round and for all ages, this natural limestone cave offers guided tours daily on paved and lighted walkways. Tours pass colorful crystal...

  

Coral Woods Conservation Area

Coral Woods is home to a sugar maple forest and oak canopied woodland. Featuring over 3 miles of looped interpretive trails, picnic shelter, fireplace...

  

Crabtree Nature Center

There are live animals in the center, nature displays and a children's area. Outside three trails wind through 1,000 acres of ponds, forest and...

  

Eden Place Nature Center

A community-based nature sanctuary and urban oasis in the Fuller Park neighborhood.  The 3.5 acre site is host to a native prairie preserve,...

  

Eldridge Park

Start in a huge park with lots of playground equipment, a picnic area, tennis courts and soccer fields. From the northwest corner of the park, hop...

  

 







 
 
 
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