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Rock Run Greenway Trail Section Closed for Joliet Sewer Project
A section of the Rock Run Greenway Trail that runs parallel to Houbolt Road on the west side of Joliet will be closed until further notice as the City of Joliet works on a sewer improvement project.
June 1 striping Work Planned for Whalon, Rock Run
The trails will remain open during the striping project, but path users are advised to use caution around workers.
Trail Location and Access
The Rock Run Greenway Trail travels 11.24 miles from Crest Hill south through Joliet.
The trail may be accessed from the following locations:
- Theodore Marsh (Gaylord Road, Crest Hill)
- Rock Run Preserve – Paul V. Nichols Access (Essington Road, Joliet)
- Rock Run Preserve – Black Road Access (Black Road, Joliet)
- Colvin Grove Preserve/Joliet Junior College South Lot (Houbolt Road, Joliet)
- Lower Rock Run Preserve – I&M Canal Access (Hollywood Road, Joliet)
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Trail Experience and Activities
The Rock Run Greenway Trail is a flat, paved linear trail and travels 11.24 miles through Rock Run Preserve's woodland, prairie and wetland. It is ideal for the following activities:
- In-Line Skating
- Cross-Country Skiing
DuPage River Trail: Street routes in Joliet and Shorewood connect the Rock Run Greenway Trail to the 3.77-mile, linear paved DuPage River Trail at Hammel Woods.
Joliet Junction Trail: The north end of the Rock Run Greenway Trail connects to the 4.36-mile, linear paved Joliet Junction Trail at Theodore Marsh.
I&M Canal State Trail: Street routes in Joliet connect the south end of the Rock Run Greenway Trail to the Illinois Department of Natural Resources' crushed limestone I&M Canal State Trail.
Together, the Rock Run Greenway Trail, Joliet Junction Trail and I&M Canal State Trail provide a 16-mile loop trail.