This urban multi-use trail is named for Marshall "Major" Taylor,
the first internationally-acclaimed African-American sports
superstar. The paved path...
This 26-mile multi-use trail follows a former railway line that
stretches from the McHenry County line in Algonquin to the
Wisconsin state border connecting...
This 17-mile paved trail follows the North Branch of the Chicago
River with a four-mile loop around the Skokie Lagoons. If you enter
the Botanic Gardens...
Hickory Creek Junction provides parking and access to the Old
Plank Road Trail, a 21-mile asphalt trail that runs from Park
Forest in Cook County to...
This 7-mile paved trail starts north of Brookfield Zoo and ends
in Bemis Woods. It crosses several busy streets.
This scenic 13-mile path loops through the Tinley Creek Forest
Preserve. Picnic and restroom facilities available.
Because the Web site is hard to navigate, call Bob Long Jr. "The
Fishin' Guy" or pick up a brochure at a bait shop in Chicago for
details on fishing...
The Forest Preserve consists of more than 40 lakes, ponds and
streams with largemouth bass, walleye, northern pike, bluegill,
crappie and channel catfish....
Rainbow trout, walleye, northern pike, perch, bluegill, crappie,
carp and largemouth bass are in these lakes, rivers and streams.
Free fishing guide...