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The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy recognized the Old Plank Road Trail as its "Trail of the Month" for October.
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An infrastructure improvement project is taking place at Monee Reservoir in 2013 and 2014.
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With a deep snowfall, snowshoeing provides a unique way to enjoy the beauty and peacefulness of a brisk winter day.
When snowshoeing, please be aware of other trail users, and exercise proper judgment for the safety of everyone.
Slower traffic should stay to the right of the trail. Do not block the trail. Use no more than half of the trail width when in a group, and be sure to watch and listen for other trail users.
For more information on Forest Preserve regulations, download the District's
General Use Ordinance No. 124
or call 815.727.8700.
Snowshoeing Trail Locations
features two miles of trails and offers snowshoes for rental. Check snowshoeing conditions at Monee Reservoir by calling 708.534.8499.
Those who have their own snowshoes can utilize trails at the preserves listed below.
Photograph Courtesy of Glenn P. Knoblock
Snowshoes are available for rental at
. A $10 cash deposit is required for snowshoe rental. Renters must be 18 years old and bring a valid driver's license or state ID.
Activity Fee: $10/day
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You can enjoy this activity at the following locations:
Centennial Trail/I&M Canal Trail (Romeoville/Lockport/Joliet)
Colvin Grove Preserve (Joliet)
DuPage River Trail (Naperville/Shorewood)
Evans-Judge Preserve (Wilmington)
Forked Creek Preserve - Ballou Road Access (Wilmington)
Forked Creek Preserve - Forsythe Woods (Wilmington)
Goodenow Grove Nature Preserve (Beecher)
Hadley Valley - Bruce Road Access (Homer Glen)
Hadley Valley - Gougar Road Access (Joliet)
Hadley Valley - Route 6 Access (Joliet)
Hammel Woods - Crumby Recreation Area (Shorewood)
Hammel Woods - DuPage River Access (Shorewood)
Hammel Woods - Route 59 Access (Shorewood)
Hickory Creek Bikeway (New Lenox/Mokena)
Hickory Creek Preserve - Hickory Creek Barrens (New Lenox)
Hickory Creek Preserve - Hickory Creek Junction (Mokena)
Hickory Creek Preserve - LaPorte Road Access (Mokena)
Hunters Woods (Frankfort)
Isle a la Cache (Romeoville)
Joliet Iron Works Historic Site (Joliet)
Joliet Junction Trail (Joliet)
Lake Chaminwood Preserve (Minooka)
Lake Renwick Bikeway (Plainfield)
Lake Renwick Preserve - Turtle Lake Access (Plainfield)
Lower Rock Run Preserve - I&M Canal Access (Joliet)
McKinley Woods - Frederick's Grove (Channahon)
McKinley Woods - Kerry Sheridan Grove (Channahon)
Messenger Marsh (Homer Glen)
Messenger Woods Nature Preserve (Homer Glen)
Monee Reservoir (Monee)
O'Hara Woods Preserve (Romeoville)
Old Plank Road Trail (Park Forest/Frankfort/Mokena/New Lenox/Joliet)
Plum Creek Greenway Trail (Crete)
Prairie Bluff Preserve (Lockport)
Riverview Farmstead Preserve (Naperville)
Rock Run Greenway Trail (Joliet)
Rock Run Preserve - Black Road Access (Joliet)
Rock Run Preserve - Paul V. Nichols Access (Joliet)
Rock Run Rookery Preserve (Joliet)
Sauk Trail Reservoir (Frankfort)
Spring Creek Greenway Trail (Homer Glen)
Sugar Creek Preserve (Joliet)
Teale Woods Preserve (Joliet)
Theodore Marsh (Crest Hill)
Vermont Cemetery Preserve (Naperville)
Veterans Woods - Roy F. Hassert Grove (Romeoville)
Veterans Woods - Traders Corner (Romeoville)
Wauponsee Glacial Trail (Joliet/Manhattan/Symerton)
Whalon Lake (Naperville)
Four Rivers Environmental Education Center (Channahon)
Isle a la Cache Museum (Romeoville)
Monee Reservoir Visitor Center (Monee)
Plum Creek Nature Center (Beecher)
Sugar Creek Administration Center (Joliet)
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